I finished putting away my last shirt on a plane white hanger. I through my duffle bags in the closet. Currently, I was in my apartment. No, I didn't go to the dorm rooms at my school, I don't like being forced to live with some random girl. It's too weird for me I don't know.
I was going to a boarding school in Aulstralia, only because I absolutely loved the beach and this was the one school that both had room, and was a good enough price (not including the massive amounts of money I spent on the plane).
I decided to take out my laptop and print out my schedule for Monday. Today is Friday, but I want to have a chance to roam the city, get to know it a little better. Everybody is supposed to be there by Monday, obviously, but in the dorms no earlier than 4pm Friday afternoon. It's 6pm on a Friday, so I'm pretty early.
I hooked my computer up to the black printer that lay on a table in the corner of the room. It's the only printer I could use so, why not?
I connected my computer to the printer using a cord, then pressed print on my laptop. The machine huffed and puffed until a brand new schedule was spit onto the floor next to my feet.
All of the sudden, I heard the door open, who could that be? I picked the paper up and set it on the table.
"Can I help you?" I politely asked the person at my door.
He was around my age, well he looked like it. He wore black vans, a white shirt with "5 seconds of summer" written in black, and skinny black jeans. He also had blonde hair and blue eyes.
"I uh, I just wanted to say hi to my new neighbor. I like right there," He said pointing to the room across the hall. He walked a little farther in then tripped over his own feet.
He laughed and hopped back to his feet, "Ya, I'm Luke by the way."
I walked up to him and shook his hand, "Nice to meet you Luke, I'm Grace. Grace Callahan."
"Nice to meet you as well Grace. I know this is an odd question, but, uh, where are you from?" He shyly questioned as he stared at his black vans.
I smiled, "Baltimore, in America. Lived in the city, but, you probably have no idea where Baltimore is.."
"Well, I don't know where a lot of places are, don't feel bad." He said, I guess trying to not make me feel bad.
I laughed at him, "It's alright, uh, Lake?"
He smiled, "So uh, what brought you to, here?"
"I'm going to that boarding school across the street." I explained.
"Oh," he smiled, "Really? I'm going to that one too."
"Well, I need to get going to somewhere. I'll see you around?" Luke asked.
"Oh, ya! I hope so." I smiled. "Bye Luke."
I watched him as he walked out the door and stepped into his own. I needed to get to know him better, I thought, something big will happen to him.