Then I walk to the other side and sat. “what the hell is this?! You weren’t leaving in these clothes.” She said. “That’s it! I’ve had enough. I want you to stay away from those people!”
“Mum, that’s not fair. You haven’t even met them.”
“I don’t have to meet them to know they are bad influence.”
I sit and say nothing. She’s treating me like a little kid, and she hasn’t even met them yet.
“Mum, you don’t understand. I really enjoy their company. They are the only people, who know how I feel.”
“And I don’t like it! You won’t be with their company anymore.”
“Then how about Kate? Can I be her friend?”
“NO! She’s also one of them.”
“That’s so unfair! She’s like my best friend! We do everything together! You know that! And you don’t even know the others. And I’m sure you’re going to love them, when you met them, and Jake….”
“That’s it young lady! Enough! I said no, and a no is a no! Got it? Now go to your room. You are grounded.”
“Fine, I’ll let you know before I run away!” I shouted, as I walked with angry footsteps upstairs.
This sucks! What do I do now? I can’t get new friends. I’m not even popular at school. I’m doomed. I will never be happy again. The only thing I can do is to escape. A tear runs down her eye.
She looks at the window. Maybe she could jump out. It wasn’t that high, so she wouldn’t get hurt. Misa began to smile. Smile big. She rushed to her phone, and called Kat, as fast as she could. “I’m going to run away from home, and I need a place to stay. Can I? Thank you so much!”
She took her bag, stuffed some clothes in it, and climbed out the window. I have to make it. I will not lose my friends. And I will never lose my best friend.