I walk downstairs with my bags to find Chad waiting patiently with the boys. I take a deep breath, now is not the time to break down. "I guess this is goodbye." I say quietly. Shawn runs over to me, holding me tight. "Please stay safe." He whispers. I feel tears in my eyes as I cling to him for dear life. No one knows but child protective called me yesterday. My dad's out of prison.
"Don't make me leave Shawn." I shut my eyes. I can't leave. "I'm so scared." I feel myself shaking. I hold back my tears. He pulls away, smoothing down my hair. "You'll be fine. You're a strong, young, beautiful girl. You are so important and you can do anything." He pulls me into his chest.
"Don't you worry your pretty little mind, people through rocks at things that shine." He sings softly. I smile weakly at him as he pulls away. I take a deep breath. You'll be fine Jordan.
I say my little goodbyes to all the boys. But I notice Nash is nowhere to be found. "Hey where's Nash?" I ask. I look to Matt who looks hurt. Why would he be hurt? "Alright girls let's go." Chad grabs my bags and the boys grab the others. Alright. Let's go.
I feel myself being pulled back. What the- Matt? "Aren't you gonna say bye to me?" He asks. Am I? Was I ever? "Yeah." I lie. I didn't plan on it. "You're lying." He frowned, and I could see the tears in his eyes. "Matt I-" "Save it Jordan." He walks away.
Wow, I'm leaving and I still get wrapped up in drama. I sigh. I'm tired of this. I walk out the door closing it behind me. I walk to one of the emptier Escalade's and open the door, but I take one last look at the house.
Goodbye Matt. Goodbye summer memories. Goodbye Nash.
(A/N WHAT TWO POINT OF VIEWS IN ONE CHAPTER?!)
I walk into the house and it's pin drop silent. "Guys?!" I yell out. Matt only walks down the stairs. "Where's everyone?" I ask. "The Airport. The girls are leaving." He says simply, and walks into the kitchen. "That's today?!" I scream, pacing. No, no, no! "Their flight leaves in a good ten twenty minutes." He screams from the couch. "I have to stop her!" I run to the door. Wait. "Why are you still here?" I ask. "The girls and I aren't on the best of terms." He answers.
I don't question any further, even though I'm curious. "Hey Matt can you drive me?" I ask. He walks out the kitchen, clearly considering. "Fine." He grumbles walking over. I thank him as we walk out the house.
I have to get Jordan back.
I run through the airport dodging people and jumping over bags. "Nash! It's too late!" Matt screams after me, but I don't listen. It's never too late. The guys always make it in the movies. If they can make it, I can too. I see the familiar blonde hair of Jack J. I run faster. I have to stop her. She can't leave. Not yet, I haven't told her how I fe-
"Shit." I groan, rolling off someone. "Nash? What the fuck?" Taylor grunts, getting up. I can hear my breathing as Cameron helps me up. "You're too late bro." It feels like my heart dropped into my stomach as I shake my head. "No. You're lying." I shake my head, they can't be gone. Chad pulls me into a hug. "Sorry." He whispered. I feel tears in my eyes but I feel stupid for wanting to cry. I am stupid. Crying is stupid. I push my dad away. I wish he'd stop treating me like a child, hugging me and whispering things. I'm not a kid. I sniffle. "Whatever. Let's go home Matt." I grab him by his arm, dragging him away.
It doesn't matter. My dad doesn't matter. The boys don't matter. The girls don't matter. Jordan doesn't matter. Nothing matters, cause no one matters.