Disclaimer: I do not own austin and ally
I walked into school hand in hand with Austin, our fingers intertwined. I would usually have a good day when we'd do that, but this was the complete opposite.
I looked slowly around the school when we walked through the door. It was like everything was in slow motion. I turned to Austin who was already giving me a reassuring smile to tell me that everything was going to be ok. But then, I looked back at all of the students who were still glaring at me and austin, actually, mostly me. I got a little more nervous at every person I looked at. People were talking, looking at me at the same time, some were laughing, some gave me a very sweet and sorrow smile, and some people came over to me and said that they were sorry and they felt bad for me, that, I appreciated. I finally turned to austin and whispered, "I think I'm getting stage fright again, please help me!" I pleaded. "It's ok. I got your back." Austin said back.
As I said that, I saw a smile start to form on ally's face, but her eyes still full of loss, fear, and worry. We walked over to our lockers, still aware of all the people staring at us. I opened my locker and took my book out when I saw what was on ally's locker. They were notes, mean notes.
I thought back to those days and remembered how I felt, to look at all of those mean notes that always hurt my feelings. So I took all of the mean notes, crumbled them up, and threw them in the garbage while ally opened her locker. I thought I got all of the notes when I saw another that made ally tear up. I didn't know what it said, but it really hurt ally. I leaned over ally so I would be able to take it and throw it away like I did with all of the other mean notes, but I was too late, ally started to burst into tears. I finally grabbed the note and read it.
It read, 'Hey, little girl, you miss your mommy? Well guess what, I think that your mom left you on purpose, I mean, why would she want an ugly, stupid, untalented, and friendless daughter like you? So, if I were you, I'd be happy she's gone, because it would've hurt me even more to have a mom who doesn't care about me. So, do yourself a favor and live a very happy life without her. I hope you enjoy it.' I looked up at ally as the bell rang, at this point, I didn't care what anyone thought, I just gave her a hug, which she, this time, hesitantly accepted. 'I saw that coming.' I thought as I we hugged.
Ally was crying into my shoulder and I didn't dare say a word. I wanted her to let it all out. I rubbed her back and swayed her back and forth to calm her. It took that whole period, but it worked.