Agoraphobia is an intense fear of any situation where escape may be difficult. It often involves a fear of crowds or of being outside alone.
Lily Parker is curious and needs imagination and excitement in her ordinary day.
Ollie Harris is too afraid of the outside world to step off his front porch.

Based on true events by @Elliebubbles321


11. Chapter 10 || Late night evidence

It was a Lazy Friday afternoon. I was taking a nap, that was until my phone rang. I checked the caller ID - if it was Chloe or Grace I would not be answering it. Those five bold letters made my heart flutter - Ollie. I answered the call, hopefully trying not to sound groggy. "Hello?" I answered rubbing my eyes. "Hi, um. I wanted to see if you could uh. Come over." He stuttered. I did a little dance in my bedroom, "Yeah, I would love to come over. Are we making that fort?" I asked. "Yep. In the basement - like I planned." I could see his smile through the phone. "Okay, I'll see you soon. My grandmother is over so I might be a little late... Is that okay?" I asked concerned. "Anytime you get here is fine by me." He chuckled. "Okay, see you soon." I said hanging up and getting ready. I walked into the bathroom. My hair was messed up everywhere, my clothes were crinkled and a remain of ketchup was on my shirt - Thank you Grace. I grabbed a towel and got the shower temperature ready. after getting ready, I rushed down stairs to see my mother with her mum and Abigail all sitting around the table. "Care to join us, Lily?" My mum asked. I shook my head. "No, I would love to but Chloe, Grace and I are going to the frozen yogurt store." I lied. "But your grandmother is over." She said. "Yeah your grandmother is over." Abigail mocked innocently. I shot her a glare. "I'm sorry mum but we've been planning this for ages." I lied exaggerating. Mum sighed as did my grand mother. My sister just scoffed. It was a freezing day. I was shaking the whole way to Ollie's house. As I approached the door - before knocking, the door swung open and Ollie stood there with a sheepish grin. "Where you there waiting for me to come?" I asked. He looked down hiding his blush and nodded. I giggled. "So, do we want to get started?" I suggested. He smiled and lead me downstairs. - "Sshh." He hissed. Putting his finger to his mouth as he lead me down the stairs. I couldn't stop giggling, he opened the basement door and flicked the lights on. "See, its the perfect place for a fort." He smiled. We finished the fort in about thirty five minutes. I popped one of the marshmallows in my mouth from the bag Ollie brought down from the kitchen. "This place is amazing, I don't want to leave." I smiled resting my head on his shoulder. "Do you mean that? Do you want to come over here all the time. You don't have to." He said. "But, I don't mind the company." He smiled. "Don't worry, I'm going to come over so often you will get sick of seeing my face." I giggled poking him with a marshmallow. "I don't think that could happen. I doubt I could ever possibly get sick of a cute and beautiful face." Ollie shook his head, looking into my eyes. "Ollie?" I asked. "Yeah." He replied looking at me. "Did you ever think of how things could of been if I had done exactly what you told me to?" I wondered. "To leave and never return." "Well, I'm glad you're a stubborn girl." He smiled staring at the little campfire just out side the fort. "Did you, did you really want me to leave, Ollie?" I questioned. He stayed silent. Obviously not wanting to answer. I tried to open his mouth before he gave in. "Alright, alright maybe I didn't." "Meanie." I fake sobbed. "You were trespassing!" He exclaimed. "I was so curious, I would have died if I didn't come back." I joked. "Good thing you did." He pointed out. I smirked playfully. "What are you doing here? You shouldn't be here." I mimicked. "Lily." "You need to leave! Stay away!" I laughed at him. "Cut it out, that's not funny." He bit his lip trying not to laugh. "it kind of is." I smiled. "You should cut it out and kiss me now." Ollie suggested staring at my lips. I blushed, feeling his arms grab me and pull me into him. He gently pressed his mouth against mine. We remained that way for about five minutes, his hands around my waste, lips pressed against mine moving in sync - of course. His tongue asking for entrance into my mouth. I refused to let him in until he poked my rib. I gasped, giving Ollie enough time to slip his tongue into my mouth. I broke the kiss, after a few minutes just so I could stare at him longer. "That was a great first..., real kiss." Ollie said tracing his fingers on my flushed cheeks. I snickered. "Real kiss?" I repeated. "Well like with the tongue and all." He tried explaining but failed causing me to laugh. "It's called French kissing." I giggled. "Yeah, that's the one." He said proud of himself. "I have a question." I said, breaking the silence. "Mhmm?" Ollie muffled resting his head on a pillow. "What if we never met?" I asked. "Like, if I didn't come into the forest that day." "I don't know, I try not to think about it." He sighed. "Me too," I agreed. "Mostly because I don't want to lose something amazing that has happened to me." I smiled looking at him. Ollie pouted whining. "Hey," He playfully pushed me. "You will never lose me." "I think our relationship beats any other ordinary young couple relationship." Ollie said. "Yeah, I feel like I can trust you with anything. Even though we haven't known each other for a long time." I pointed out. Ollie got out of his position. "Same goes for me, which is why I want you to have this." He said pulling out a key from his front left pocket. "Its the key to the house, you don't have to knock or wait for Eliza. You're welcome here anytime. " He beamed. "Ollie, you don't know how much this means to me." I laughed under my breath. He chuckled tossing his head back. "I don't even want you to think about giving it back." He pointed a finger at me. "I can't believe the same guy who screamed at me to get out is giving me the key to his house." I joked. "Quit it." Ollie rolled his eyes. "You're never going to let me hear the end of this whole thing, aren't you?" "Nope, never." I shook my head stubbornly. "Well then I'm going to have to kiss you every time you bring it up to make you quiet." He smirked. "Well, if you insist." I said before pulling my boyfriend in for another kiss. - Lily got home at a reasonable time, okay maybe not. More like eleven at night. She quietly closed the front door and headed to the kitchen to get a glass of water. Closing the fridge door, She saw her grand mother just standing there. "I know you're hiding something missy. I will find it out." She pointed her finger at Lily. Lily looked at her confused. "I'll go and get the ice cream. " She said walking off. Lily only then realised her grandmother was sleep walking. She drank the water and got ready for bed. As she was drifting off her eyes widened, how did Lily's grand mother know about her secret? She must of seen it somewhere then fell asleep. But the only place Lily had it in was her diary- Oh no! I swear this isn't a horror story!! I'll probably update in a few hours, maybe. Maybe, MAYBE. I don't know lol. Sorry about the kissing, just part of the story. :). Ok that's all. Love you guys!!!1! LIKE RATE COMMENT VOTE :) Ellie xx
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