"Where'd you go? I thought you were just going to the bathroom?" asked Abby.
"I did." I said, grabbing a balloon to hang up.
"I saw you talking to Kyle, and you looked pretty upset." she said.
"I'm fine." I said.
"No, you're not. You look like you've been crying, did something happen with Kyle?"
"If I tell you something, will you keep it a secret?" I asked.
"Of course." said Abby.
"I'm..Pregnant." I whispered.
"What?!" yelled Abby.
"Shh, you can't tell anyone." I said, looking around to see if anyone heard.
"You have to tell your parents." said Abby.
"I can't, at least not right now." I said.
"What about Andy? It's not his, is it?"
"No, it's Kyle's." I said.
"Are you going to tell Andy?" she asked.
"I will, but I can't right now. I have a little while." I said.
"People will notice the signs." said Abby.
"Maybe, but I doubt they will think I'm pregnant. I mean, I'm not exactly the one you would usually expect to get pregnant." I said.
"And yet, you are." said Abby.
"Yeah, and I just want to keep it a secret for a little while. When I'm ready to tell my parents and Andy, I will."
"I'm guessing Kyle knows?" asked Abby.
"Yeah, he went with me to take the test." I said.
"Where did you go to do it?' asked Abby.
"Just the little store around the corner." I said.
"You went there?" gasps Abby.
"Yeah. What's the problem?" I asked.
"My aunt Cecilia works there." said Abby.
"Maybe she didn't see us?" I say, worried.
"You better hope not, because if she tells my mom, and she'll tell yours." said Abby.
"I can't believe I went down there." I said, upset with myself.
"Well, maybe she didn't see you." said Abby, hopefully.
"Maybe not. I don't remember seeing her in there, but I was so frantic, I didn't even think to look."
"Don't worry. Even if she does tell your parents, they'll support you."
"Maybe, but what about Andy? I can't lose him." I said.
"If he really loves you he'll stick behind you."
"You think so?" I asked.
"Yeah, I do." she said.
"I'm home!" I yelled, as I walked through the door of my house.
"How was it?" asked my mom from the kitchen.
"It was fine. The gym looks great." I said, hanging my jacket up.
"Nothing surprised you, today?" she asked, coming into the living room.
Something wasn't right. She didn't look anything like her usual cheerful self.
"No. Why?" I asked, getting nervous.
"I got a call from Abby's aunt today." she said.
"Really?" I asked, innocently.
"Knock off the crap and just tell me." said my mom.
"I don't know what you mean."
"Abby's aunt saw you in the store buying a pregnancy test, so are you or not?" she asked, getting angrier with every word.
"I am." I said as quietly as I could.