Dressing Up or Dressing Down? (One Direction/Lou Teasdale)

Melody is just an ordinary girl, or so she hopes. Her dream is to become a stylist, but after a traumatic experience it was locked in her inner closet. What will happen when she moves to London to be mentored by the famous Lou Teasdale, her idol? What will become of her when she meets the five lads everyone wants to meet? No one knows, except Fate.

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29. Confusion

I was back at my ‘flat’ and asleep on my cloud when I heard the doorbell ring. I stumbled down the stairs rubbing my eyes and opened the door.

“Hey Lou..” I yawned letting her inside.

“Hey there. I heard about what happened. You and Harry together huh?” she smiled and walked into the living room.

“Yeah I guess so.. ugh Lou I don’t know. I’m so confused about this.” I sighed sitting on the opposite couch.

“Actually me too. If he’s your boyfriend, why isn’t he here?” she asked looking around.

“I don’t know. He’s been so distant the last few days. Like last night, we were about to do IT, but then he got a text and immediately his attention was there. He forgot completely about me. He didn’t even look my way once. When we got crowded, Louis and Liam comforted me, not him.” I rambled on, explaining why I was so confused. Lou didn’t really know what to say either. She was under the impression that Harry really did like me. She didn’t know what was going on with him either. We sat there for the rest of the day just looking at the pictures and telling stories. Not once did I get a text from Harry or any one of the boys. It was troubling me. Lou noticed. She was about to ask me something when her phone vibrated. It was just a text, but she frowned at the screen and typed a message before locking it again.

“Mel, we’re going out tomorrow night. Just you and me. I’m going to take your mind off things even if just for a little while.” She sighed and gave me a quick hug before she left for her place. I was left alone once again and I was sinking deeper into this feeling of drowning. I couldn’t remember a time when I felt more alone. It was like there was this dark cloud hovering above me permanently and I had a feeling deep down in my gut that something wasn’t right. I just curled up on the couch and hugged myself until I fell asleep.

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