5. Chapter 5
The next morning, I woke up and got dressed.
Going downstairs, I started making breakfast and I laid some painkillers and a glass of water on the bar for Josie.
Trust me, I knew she'd need it.
That girl had over done it last night and she would feel it today.
In a way, I felt bad for her, but then again, she was the one who didn't keep her drinking under control.
Just as I had sat breakfast on the table, she wondered into the kitchen looking tired and weak.
"Did you have fun last night?" I tease.
She sends me a glare and takes the painkillers, then sits down at the table.
She rests her head on the table and groans. "Why did you let me do that?"
I smile. "I'm not your controller sweetheart, you are."
She looks up instantly and glares.
I laugh and she slowly starts eating.
"So, how did your 'hunting' go?" She asks slowly and groggily.
"Good." I smile, looking down. "I've actually found someone different."
She almost chokes on her piece of bacon and her eyes become as big as saucers.
I freeze in my spot just watching her. "Are you ok?" I ask her slowly.
"Yeah, I will be." She says, shaking her head and recovering slowly. "So tell me....How different is this guy?"
"Veyr different." I say looking down, frowning. "It's scary."
She smiles a smile of pure words that scream I-Told-You-That-You'd-Find-Love-At-First-Sight.
"Not that crap again, Josie." I groan and put my head in my hands.
"I didn't say anything." She says smiling.
"But that stupid smile you have on does." I say.
She giggles and then begins to eat some more bacon. "So what's his name?"
"Harry." I say, a smile playing on my lips as I say his name.
"Ooooohhhh, you've already got it bad!" She says smiling excitedly.
I shake my head. "No, no, he's just another guy. It'll be over in a few weeks, I promise."
"You know, you're so funny!" She says sarcastically. "Trust me sweetheart, this boy is a game-changer."
Her words startle me and I start to wonder if this is even a good idea.
What could possibly make him a game-changer?
I wanted to roll my eyes at her little comment, but decided to be nice and act mature.
"You're wrong, Josie. He's just anothery guy." I said matter-of-factly.
"We'll see who wins this guessing game." She says sipping her coffee.
She could wish and hope and dream, but in the end it would be me.
I went up to my room and grabbed my ipod, blasting the song DNA by Little mix.
It was a pretty good song, even though I wasn't a huge fan of the group.
I decided to go for a walk, so I put my headphones in and left for a while.
Fresh air always did me good and today, it was sorta rainy, but I loved it more than anything at the moment.
The mist was still in the air and it felt cool and relaxing.
The smells were heightend to me and I smiled as I took deep breaths as I walked.
Soon though, I arrived home to find Josie had left to go over to that guys place.
Evidently her and the bartender were getting really close, really quick.
I just hoped that it would last, she deserved it.
Basically, I stayed home and just did things around the house.
Strangely, though, Josie never came back that night....She never stayed over on first dates.
And although I worried, I knew she was fine. She had probably fell asleep or something, it was no big deal.