Disclaimer: I do not own austin and ally
"My dad left town for 3 weeks?!" Ally asked, a tear falling down her cheek. I nod slowly with the empathetical look I've been looking at ally with pretty much all day. 'Man, I must have gone through a lot.' I thought as I pulled her yet into another bone crushing hug. Which again, she immediately excepted. We stood there, in eachother's arms, for at least 2 minutes, until we both calmed down. "Shhhh....ally.... everything is gonna be fine, I promise." I whisper into ally's ear. I felt bad for her. Once again, not to mention that I've gone through it myself. Ally never said that she felt sorry for me, mostly because it's happening to her right now, not me. Plus, I could see the sorrow in her eyes.
"So, now I have no mom, and my dad just left me here as he went out of town." Ally stated, in between silent sobs, more like a question. "Austin, I lost somebody that I love, who loves me equally back." I didn't say anything, I just nodded and gave her a quick peck on the lips, just like a mother would. "You might of, but it's the circle of life, it's natural." "Yeah, but austin,-" "Listen to me, it happens. If this is the way it's supposed to be, then let it be. Okay? So what, if you lost someone in your life who loves you? There's always more. Love is contagious, and I caught the cold, you have me and that very much explains why and how you have people loving you. Understood?" Ally nodded hesitantly.
I nod as austin finishes his speech and looks me straight in the eye, looking for an answer. "What do I do now?" I ask, honestly not knowing what to do. "Ok, you need to do a few things before everything starts to get out of hand. 1. Tell somebody. Because if you don't, you'll be holding it in for the rest of your life and that's just gonna make things worse than they are. 2. Let it out. Cry. If you don't get it out of your system then you'll be sick. 3. Eat. You may not want to, but your still gonna be hungry. And you definitely can't starve to death. I won't make you starve or eat. Do it when you need to. And I already told you about school." Austin finished. I was smiling, to my suprise, knowing that somebody has been through it and knows what happens next.