First Day of Tour Life
"Mom, stop it." I swatted her thin fingers from pinching my cheeks. "Oh, I'm sorry baby. Momma's just gonna miss her little girl." She smiled, tightly grasping my hand in her soft palms. "I know, but Cam and Nash are gonna take good care of me." I reassured her, slipping my hands away from her. "It's not that I'm worried about," She sighed, "you're gonna be with 11-12 hormonal teenage boys."
"Oh my gosh! Mom seriously, I'll be fine. Cameron won't let me out of his sight." I laughed at her choice of words, earning an even glare. "Yes, because obviously Cameron is very responsible." My mother groaned sarcastically. "No, faith in me?" Cameron spoke up, lazily draping an arm across my shoulders. "None at all." She pursed her cranberry colored lips towards Cameron.
"I promise I'll be good, and I'll make sure he'll behave to." I motioned towards my older brother, who shot me a smirk in return. "Fine. Just know I'll miss you too." She announced squeezing both, Cameron and I, in a tight ' Mom ' hug. "We will miss you too! But, we have to find Hayes and Nash before our flight." Cameron interrupted my mothers dramatic goodbye, snatching my hand in his as he slowly began to back away.
"Bye!" She called after us. I began to stroll forward arms interlocked with my brother and my suitcase rolling eagerly behind me. "Where's Nash?" I arched a brow, looking up at my older brother. "Well, he should be anywhere around-"
Cameron suddenly got cut off by two pairs of hands being thrown over our eyes.
"NASH!" Cameron shouted amongst the crowded airport gate. I peeled the hands off my face, to see an overexcited looking Hayes. "Hayes! Baby!" I grabbed his face in my hands, giving him a small yet sweet peck on the cheek. A ruby red blush washed over his cheeks, "Here, Carter this is for you!" Hayes shyly shoved a single red rose towards me. "Babe, that's so sweet." I politely took the rose, twirling the stem between my thumb and index finger. "Okay, Hayes it's my turn." Nash's voice announced from behind me.
I turned on my heel to meet a blue-eyed beauty that I called my best friend, Nash. He held up a teddy bear that had a locket tied around the neck. "Nashty!" I wrapped my arms around his neck, pulling him into a large hug. "Long time, no see." He joked, knowing damn good and well we just saw each other two days ago.
"Flight 227, boarding for Columbus, Ohio."
"That's us, come on Nashty!" A large grin painted on my face.