In love with a teacher

This story is about a girl who's in love with her mathematics teacher. And how her feelings become deeper and stronger. She found these feelings when she were on a camp with her class. On the camp she went through a canoe accident, and when she needed help the most, her teacher was there for her.


5. a walk of embarrassment


I hurried to look down again. It was like every time I saw or thought of David I got tears in my eyes. I walked past him. He said my name with this calming voice. I couldn't talk to him right now. He tried to take my hand. I went straight away to my bed. Jumped into bed and turned my iPod on. While I laid there, I thought about what had happened. I tried to figure it all out. I couldn't find the meaning in everything that had happened. I began to cry. My friend tried to calm me down. It was nice that she was there for me. I tried to fall asleep. Then suddenly someone knocked on the door. I didn't want anyone in because I was crying, and it would just be weird. But they kept knocking and yelling on the other side. My friend asked them to wait, but they didn't. It was like they just had to get in, right away. It was kinda annoying. My friend opened the door. It were two of my roomies. Why couldn't they just wait? I was pissed. I laid in the bed crying. I didn't want everyone to know it. But they came in and my friend explained everything to them. I fell asleep.



Suddenly I heard someone yelling my name. It were my roomies. They asked if I came to eat. I wasn't hungry. They went without me. I laid in my bed thinking of how to be around my friends. I thought it would be embarrassing to be on the camp, and everyone knowing about what had happened. I thought about David. Maybe he came to talk to me. What should I say. What should I do?


When my friends came back I was sitting on my bed. I was thinking. I had a lot of thinking to do right now. I asked a friend if I could borrow her phone to call my mom. I didn't know what to say to my mom. It was like I wanted to say everything, but then at the same time nothing. I had planned what to say so I wouldn't begin to cry. She asked what was wrong, and then it all came. I began to cry. My mom was scared. She asked if she should talk to one of the teachers. I didn't want her to get involved. Then it would be weird. I went back to my room, where my friends were.


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