As I walked ally towards the fro yo shop, I suddenly felt very sad. Not only because of the memory that always wants to make me cry, but because I don't want ally to go through the same thing. I couldn't even imagine her getting bullied and beaten up just because her mother died. 'I mean, she already feels miserable enough, why do they have to make her feel worse?'. I try to clear my mind as we get closer to the fro yo shop. We walk into the store with very glum looks on our face, but nobody noticed. 'Good', I thougt to myself as I sat down in the booth with ally.
When it was our turn to go get the fro yo, I let ally in front of me with a genuine smile. She got her fro yo, with strawberries, sprinkles, and gummy bears, and sat down. Expressionless, though, I knew exactly how she was feeling.
I did the same thing as her. Only, instead of getting strawberries, sprinkles, and gummy bears, I got cherries, oreo cookie crumbs, and gummy worms.
I sat down across from ally, forgetting for just a moment what had happened to both me and ally, and why we were so depressed. I was staring at my fro yo dying to eat it, but then I remembered, 'I'm here to make ally feel better and give her tips on how to handle things when they come her way, not eat the fro yo.' I looked up to see ally on the verge of tears. "Do you want me to sit over there with you?" I asked in a concerned yet empathetical way. She nods hesitantly, and I slowly walk my way over to her side of the booth, putting my right arm around her and snuggling her close. As if it was right on cue, ally started to silently cry into my chest. I didn't mind, but I did however have a question that has been bothering me ever since all of this happened. "Ally?" I say with my head looking down to my chest where ally was still sobbing. "Yes?" I hear a muffled voice say. "I wanted to know, you know, since I've gone through this and you're struggling with it now, if you trust me to help you through this. Because I know what is going to happen next, and it's not easy." I ask letting out a breath that I didn't even know I had. "Why wouldn't I trust you?" Ally said as she lifted her head up from my chest wiping her tears. "I don't know, I guess I just wanted to make sure." I reply, knowing that I have to tell her what's going to happen next, but I didn't want to.
We left the shop with ally sobbing every step we take, and me rubbing her back all the way back to sonic boom.