Georgia yawned as she closed her eyes to rest. She opened one of them as the door opened the pink haired student walking in.
“Sensei…I was wondering if we had any work to do?”
“Err…yeah so I was thinking that you guys could go and get some books? I’m not sure to be fair because I didn’t plan on actually giving you guys anything.”
“Ok then goodbye.” The girl left the room.
Georgia yawned again closing the eye and relaxing in the chair. She lifted her legs onto the desk as another knock sounded on the door.
“Yes?!” She sighed rubbing her eyes.
The door opened footsteps approaching her desk. She kept her eyes closed as she heard them stop in front of her.
“No lessons for the rest of the day?” They asked.
Georgia mumbled the reply trying to fall back to sleep.
“You know you could go home now?” They carried on.
The voice was a male voice that Georgia placed with a man in his early to mid-twenties.
“Technically it’s an unwritten rule but no one really cares, I wouldn’t suggest it though…”
Their voice trailed off as they realised she’d stop listening.
“So…I tell you what if you need anything I’m the History teacher, I’m in the room behind yours…”
“What’s did you want?” She asked him.
He stopped at the door and paused for a second before replying.
“To find out why the class I have now is in such an uproar about the new English teacher.”
Georgia smiled to herself.
“I made a good impression on them then?”
The voice chuckled before replying.
“You could say that yes, I think one of them has taken a shining to you.”
“Oh really? Which one is that?” She asked.
“Really?” Again she laughed. “Well, I’m glad that someone liked my lesson, we didn’t really do much.”
The stranger remained silent until all she could hear was the fading footsteps going down the corridor. She waited a moment to see if anyone else would come into her room before she allowed herself to slip off to sleep.