Out in South Park

Rosalynn is not your average teenager. She loves to draw, skateboard, hang with the guys, and is quite innocent. Her dad's job requires her family to move quite often, so when he lets them know the day after school ends for the summer that they have to move. No one is really surprised. They pack up and head out of California to a small little town in Colorado called South Park. Rosalynn has no trouble getting friends, but what happens when she falls for one? Why does she feel so close to everyone right off the bat? Why is South Park such a weird town?
(The cover art I did not draw. It's from Deviant Art by the user kamaniki. I also do not own any of the South Park characters and landmarks that I will use, obviously. That credit goes to Trey and Matt.)
[Until I get time, this is unedited. So for typos and mistakes like that. I'll get around to it.]


4. Heading Home

*A Few Hours Later*
Once we finished up at the diner, the boys took me out and showed me all of downtown. I took mental notes of places I wanted to come back to and explore more.
Cartman sort of apologized to me about all the shit he's done to me today. At least I'm making him realize his wrong doings. I don't know if I'll be able to make him stop doing those wrong things.
As of right now, we are heading home. Dropping someone off as we go.
I'm standing with Kenny at his front door as we say our goodbyes.
"It was so great hanging with you today, Kenny," I smile. "I love talking to you too."
"As long as we can be together more, beautiful," Kenny smiles. "And I agree with all you said."
I giggle, "Sounds like a plan. All summer we will hang out no matter what. Every single day."
"Sounds perfect."
Before I can respond, the front door opens to reveal a girl a few years younger than us. She has the same beautiful blue eyes as Kenny; long, straight, light brown hair; a few tears in her Pink Floyd t-shirt; jean shorts.
"Hello Karen," Kenny smiles and brings her into him for a hug.
"Who's this girl?" Karen giggles and pushes away from Kenny to look at me.
"I'm Rosalynn," I smile. "But Rosa is just fine. I just moved here from California."
"Oh, well I'm Kenny's younger sister," she smiles back at me. "You're really pretty. Ken Ken, do you have a crush on this, Rosa?" she looks up at Kenny.
I giggle, "Ken Ken, that's so cute."
Kenny rolls his eyes, "I don't have crushes, I have lust."
Karen groans, "I know. It's time you tried for a real relationship." She looks back at me," Rosa, please be that girl."
I nod, a blush on my cheeks. "I'll try."
She giggles, "Okay, I'll leave you two to finish saying goodbye."
"It was nice to meet you Karen. I'd love to get to know you better."
"We'll have to figure something out then," she heads back to the front door. "Oh, and Kenny, you get to help me with diner tonight." Then she heads into the house.
"So you cook, Kenny?" I ask.
"Yeah, my sister loves being with me. And, she's a main reason I'm trying to get my shit together. It's hard though."
"You are so sweet, Kenny," I grab his right hand. "Do you have a phone, by chance?"
"I do."
I quickly rattle off my number. "Remember that."
"I will," he pulls me into a hug. "I may have a small crush on you cutie." He releases me.
My face is now on fire, "You're such a bastard."
"A perverted bastard," he smirks and heads to the front door. "Oh, and guys," Kenny turns back to look at us all. "I'm not bisexual. Thanks to Rosa, I know I'm pansexual!" He laughs before heading into his house.
I sigh, and walk back to the other guys.
Then we start heading to Cartman's house.
"I can't believe you took so long with poor ass Kenny," Cartman sighs.
"Shut up, fatass," I roll my eyes.
"Do you like Kenny?" Stan asks.
"Um, you guys are my friends. So, I like him like that."
"No, we mean, do you have a crush on him?" Kyle asks.
"I don't know. Maybe."
We go silent until we reach Cartman's house.
"Bye guys," Cartman waves at us and opens his front door.
"Cartman," I blurt out.
"Even if you are an asshole, it was nice meeting you today."
He slightly smiles, "Same to you."
"Oh, and Cartman."
I quickly tell him my phone number. "Text me whenever."
"All right," he nods and enters his house.
Stan, Kyle, and I then head on to Kyle's house.
We reach it in minutes, and I can't believe this day is starting to come to an end.
"It was very nice to meet you today, Kyle," I smile.
"Same to you, Rosa," Kyle brings me into a hug.
"I can't wait to hang with you guys all summer."
He lets me go and opens his front door. "I think we'd all love that. Some more than others. But, you still have a lot of other people to meet here in South Park."
"And I'm so ready," I smile.
"Kyle?" A young boy's voice fills my ears.
I look over at the front door and see a boy around Karen's age. He has short, dark brown hair; light green eyes; wearing a Star Wars t-shirt and black shorts. He looks to be around five foot eight, so a few inches taller than Karen.
"I'm coming Ike," Kyle sighs. "That's my younger brother."
"You're pretty," Ike blurts out.
"Thank you," I giggle. "You are very cute."
He smiles real big, "Thanks."
"Well, bye Rosa," Kyle gives me a small wave.
"Hold on, I haven't told you my phone number yet," I say.
"Oh yeah, let me hear it," he smiles.
I quickly tell him my number and then say my goodbye.
Once Kyle and Ike are in their house, I head back to Stan and we start walking to his house.
"This seems familiar," I laugh.
Stan laughs, "Yeah. It's nice."
"Are we hanging out tomorrow?"
"We can. I'll plan something and invite some more guys."
"Good. I want to have as many friends as possible. This move is going to be the best thing that has ever happened to me."
"We will make sure of that then."
"Um, Stan, earlier today you said one of your friends would be perfect for me. You want to tell me who it is?"
"Well, it's not Cartman."
I laugh, "I'd hope not."
"Kyle or Kenny. You can decide who you like more."
I sigh, "Fine."
"Don't stress about it though," he places a hand on my shoulder. "I'm sure you'll find your perfect somebody while here."
I hug my Hello Kitty close to my chest. "I'll remember that."
Stan pulls me into his side and we continue our walk in silence.
We pass Stan's house and he doesn't stop. Just asks me where my house is so he can drip me off.
When we reach my house, I realize how much I don't want this day to end. I realize how amazing this day has turned out to be.
"I'm glad I called out to you, skater girl," Stan smiles as we stand at my front door.
I giggle, "Yeah. Without you, this move would have been so shitty. Thanks for making sure that didn't happen."
"No problem," he shrugs. "Cute new girls should always have a good first day."
I open my front door, "Well, bye Stan. See ya tomorrow."
I turn back to look at the boy, "Yes?"
"I need your phone number, dorky."
"Oh yeah," I giggle and tell him my number.
"Thank you."
I nod, "Goodbye Stan."
"Bye Rosa," Stan smirks.
I enter my house and shut the front door behind me. Leaning up against it and letting out a sigh.
"What is wrong with you?" Ashlyn asks as she bounds down the stairs.
"Oh, nothing," I smile.
"Such a dork," she rolls her eyes. "Whatever, mom and dad have pizza, breadsticks, and soda in the kitchen. You're just in time."
I nod and follow her into the kitchen. My parents already have their plates and drinks, so Ashlyn and I quickly get ours to join our parents.
"So girls, how was your day?" my father asks.
"Nothing special," my sister shrugs and takes a bite of her pizza. "Unpacking and Skyping friends."
"Rosalynn?" my mother asks.
I take a few bites of pizza and a sip of Root Beer. Then I dive into the story of my day. Explaining the meeting of every boy. Showing the Hello Kitty Kenny won me, and our photo booth strip. Then I tell of our diner trip, and how I want to work there when school starts up. Finally, I explain what downtown is like. Making sure to point out important spots for each family member. Lastly, I talk about the departing's, leaving out some things out that I figure should be just for me to know.
"My, my, you've had a great day it seems," my father chuckles.
I smile and shrug, "Yeah, I guess. I'm going to hand with them all summer, so this move is going to turn out to be a good thing."
Ashlyn groans, "This move is gonna suck. No matter what."
"Come on Ash," my mother sighs. "How about you invite one of your friends down for a week or something."
"Why can't I just go back and live with one of my friends."
"Ashlyn, listen to me," I stare over at my younger sister. "I understand how much you loved our old home. It was the longest we'd been in one place, and I know you had such great friends. If they truly are great, they'll keep in touch. Unless, you don't want that. Besides, I met two kids today around your age. Get out tomorrow, like I did today."
"If I make new friends, that will be like betraying my others."
I shake my head, "No. Making new friends is realizing that we are staying here."
"Whatever," she stuffs a breadstick into her mouth.
"Please, go outside tomorrow Ashlyn," my mother smiles. "If you do, we will pay to have two of your friends fly out here for as long as they can stay."
"Really?" Ashlyn instantly perks up from that deal.
"Wait, are you serious?" I look at my mother, wide eyed.
"You can invite a friend too, Rosalynn," my father says.
"No, no," I shake my head. "I just explained how I want to make new friends here and keep in touch with old ones. To see if they are true friends. So no, I do not want a friend to come down."
We eat the rest of dinner in almost silence. There's small talk here and there, but the topic is off friends and our old home.
Once we are all done, my mother boxes up the leftovers and states that she and dad are going to finish unpacking everything for the downstairs. Ashlyn heads to her room to call her closest friends and tell them the news.
I head to my room, as well, and start putting the last of my clothes away. Placing the empty cardboard boxes right outside my bedroom door. Then I look around at my room and smile.
My bed is pushed into a corner, with many stuffed animals on it and around. On the opposite side of the room is a desk. It has small bookshelves running up the back. They hold my video game stuff and some books. My computer is in the middle, with a nice comfy chair in front. Next to it is a big bookshelf with the rest of my books and art supplies in it. I have a TV, a flat-screen hanging on the wall, across from the end of my bed. Also at the end of my bed are two beanbags. I also have a window seat on the far side of the room that I can't wait to chill out on after long days.
Since my room isn't that big, there's no room for anything to be put in the middle. However, I have a walk-in closet and an on suit bathroom, so it's not that big of a deal.
My phone vibrates a few times to break me out of my thoughts.

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