The day I turned was a day that should have been a good summer-day, but end up that I turned to something that killed my mom. I stood up as the same time like always, put my hair up in a ponytail, brushed teeth and eat breakfast.
Tonight I was going to the club with some friends, so I spent the whole afternoon to get ready with my best friend, Alexandra. That dress I chose was black and sat tight down to my ankle with a slice up to my lap, it has some golden clips on the straps, and a golden belt with silver stripes. I have some black high heels that match the dress, and a nice necklace with my name on it.
Alexandra chose a light blue dress that fits perfectly to her eyes, and some dark blue glitter on the dress. The dress went down to her knees, and from her hip and down it bristled out, like a beautiful waterfall. She chose to have some sneakers on, instead of high heels, but it matched anyway.
When we were done, we went to the club and saw that our friends already was there. Then we just joined the party, but after a while I walked up to the bar to get a drink.
It was there I saw him, the one that turned me. I remember I looked interested on him, and that he looked back at me, with the same glance in his eyes. After that we flirted a little and had nice conversation.
Then he asked me to come out and get some fresh air, and I couldn't see anything wrong with it, so I said yes. He took me over to a more silent place were no one could here us. Then he pushed me against the wall and kissed me. But I didn't feel anything special, until he moved down to my neck and bit me. I could feel my blood leaving my body, but I couldn't stop him.
Cause he stopped himself. I wasn't clear in my head, so after what feels like five min. I felt something on my lips. It was warm and wet and smelt disgusting, but it tasted good. I kept drinking until it was gone, and I was clear in my head.
I opened my eyes and saw him sitting beside me. He was smiling at me. Then he took my head in his hands and said.
"I'm so sorry, I really am", but I didn't understand why he said that.
At least not until he snapped my neck and all disapeared.