7. Group Bonding
Soon it was my turn to talk, I didn't want to. I don't want these people to know my issues. My issues weren't capable of seeing on the surface. I don't want these strangers knowing who I am and my details. It's not necessary for them to. But, I had to.
"Im Louise. I want to get healthy because this place is Hell."
The others just giggled and stared at me. The woman apparently didn't think that I was funny and she glared at me. I honestly didn't care at all.
She went through a run down of how everyone's going to be participating in a group game and explained the rules. We were to stay silent and arrange ourselves in order of our birthdays from youngest to oldest in a line. We could only use our hands and facial expressions to figure out how we all were supposed to go. We all knew little Jennifer was first and we arranged ourselves and decided that we were done.
Luke turned out to have a birthday thirteen days after mine so we were side-by-side. I could smell his Hollister cologne and it intrigued me to his mysterious facial expression more. I really want to talk to him, I really do.