Still Mine

What if someone said something to you, trying to discourage you from following your dreams. Would you give up on that dream? Or would you follow that dream and prove them wrong. What if the person who tired to discourage you came to an event of your dream that is now reality and tried to win you back?

My name is Olivia Wilson, and I know what I'd do.


67. Chapter 67

Chapter 67

Liv’s POV

“That ice cream was really good,” I praised as Liam and I walked out of the shop.

“I’m just really good at picking places to eat aren’t I?” Liam said and popped his jacket collar.

“I guess,” I shrugged and he playfully hit my arm.

I was about to say something back, but I was interrupted by Liam’s phone going off in his pocket. He held him is finger signaling me to wait a second while he says who texted him.

“It’s Louis,” he informed me, “He said that he’s ready to head to the park,” Liam said while reading the text.

His phone then buzzed again, “And Eleanor should be coming later, she has to finish a paper or something,”

“Does he know I’m coming?” I asked as Liam slipped his phone back in his pocket.

“I might’ve told him,” Liam said, and I instantly knew he was lying; he didn’t have a very convincing tone to his voice. “Then again I might not have,” he said once he saw my look of disbelief.

“Why don’t you tell him now?” I asked, really hoping he would contact Louis.

“He’s going to see you’re coming when we meet him at the park in a few minutes,” he said.

“Fine,” I said, deciding just to let it go.

We walked across the street to Liam’s car, and once he unlocked it, we both got into our seats. Liam started the car, and began to back out of the parking space.

Once he got out onto the main road, it seemed like we were catching every red light that was possible to stop us.

“You’ve got to be kidding me,” Liam mumbled when the car in front of us had stopped at a yellow light that he clearly could have driven through before the light turned red.

After some time, we eventually made it to the park. The parking lot was very crowded with cars, but Liam still managed to find Louis’ car and park near it. Liam took the keys out of the car, but stayed in his seat a bit longer to get out his phone and text Louis that we were here. Once he put his phone back in his pocket, we both opened the doors and got out. As we got out of the car, I spotted Louis doing the same thing. He locked his car, and made his way over to Liam. I wasn’t sure if he saw me or not, but I went ahead and walked to the side where they were. As I was walking over to them, I saw Louis take a quick glance in my direction, and once he looked away, he quickly looked back to me.

“Liv?” he asked in an unreadable tone.

I couldn’t figure out if he was okay with be being here, or if he didn’t want me to be here, he just looked a bit shocked.

“Hey,” I said, as I completed my walk over to the two boys.

“I hadn’t really expected you to be here,” he said.

“Well I’m here,” I said, not really sure what I was supposed to say.

“Have you talked to Ha-“

“Hey guys lets go enjoy the carnival, its what we came for right?” Liam said cheerfully as he interrupted Louis.

“Um yeah, lets go,” Louis said.

I had to thank Liam later for cutting Louis off from what he was going to say; I knew he was going to ask about Harry.

The three of us began to walk up the parking lot and to the park area. We stopped at the ticket counter to get out tickets to get in, and for games.

“How many tickets do we want for games?” Liam asked Louis and me as his eyes scanned the poster board with the packages of tickets we could get written on the board.

“Lets start with the package of fifteen,” Louis said, and Liam nodded.

“Three of the fifteen ticket packages,” Liam said to the lady behind the desk.

The told him the amount it would cost, then grabbed a roll of tickets and pulled off fifteen for each of us. I grabbed my wallet out of my purse and began to take out the amount of money I owed for my tickets.

“Liv you’re not paying,” Louis said sternly, although I knew he was joking.

“Why not?” I asked, even though I knew why.

Louis held up his finger signaling me to wait as he and Liam handed the lady the money. I tried to slide my money up on the counter, but they pushed my hand away.

“We are manly men, and we pay for the, weaker gender I guess you could say,” Louis joked as we walked away from the ticket counter and into the main area.

“Weaker gender huh?” I questioned.

“Yep,” Louis said and flexed his arms, Liam was just watching us bicker with a humored looked on his face.

“I don’t think I’m weak,” I said.

“That doesn’t mean you aren’t weak,” he said back.

“Fine, you think you’re so strong, try and beat me at that hammer game,” I said and waved my hand at the game a few rows away from us.

“You mean the test your strength game?” he asked.

“Yes, you knew what I meant,” I said.

The three of us began to walk over to the game,

“Hey Liam, why don’t you try too, that way we have a better chance of beating Liv,” Louis said.

“You can’t beat her on your own? Maybe you are the weaker one,” Liam laughed, and Louis scowled at him as I raised my hand to give Liam a high-five. Louis picked up the hammer while Liam and I continued to laugh.

“Ladies first,” Louis said as he handed me the hammer.

I rolled my eyes at him and stepped up in front of the game and positioned myself. I lift the mallet, and with all the strength I could muster, I swung the hammer down onto the square that lifted the small weight up. I watched as the weight quickly went all the way up and hit the bell. I turned around and gave Louis a proud smile as he now rolled his and grabbed the hammer from my hand. Louis positioned himself, and swung the hammer down onto the square. We watched as the weight went up, but it only went up just below the bell. Louis dropped the mallet, and stared at the game for a few seconds before turning around. Once he did turn around, Liam and I tried to hold in our laughs, but it didn’t last long until Liam and I burst out laughing at him.

“I could’ve hit the bell if I really wanted too,” Louis scoffed.

“Oh sure,” I laughed sarcastically. Louis and I both put a ticket into the jar and walked off.

“If you want we can go to a ring toss game and I can win you a teddy bear to make you feel better,” I said, acting as if he was a child.

“Oh shut up,” he managed a small laugh and playfully pushed me away from him.

“Lets go to the darts game,” Liam said as he pointed to the nearby game.

Louis and I nodded in agreement, and followed him to the next booth. 

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