The One Thing On My Wishlist

Kelsey did not believe in finding true love, especially at the age of 18. But what happens when she crosses paths with Niall Horan, famous artist and musician from the band One Direction? Will Kelsey find what she does not believe in, or will it all be a bust in the end?

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1. May 20, 2015

Here it is, the biggest day of my life. The day that I have been looking forward to since the first day of freshmen year: graduating high school. I sat with my other 70 classmates, all awaiting to be called to go across the stage. I sat along the front row, which meant I would be one of the first ones to be called.

"Kelsey Smith, 5th in the 2017 graduating class." I got up and walked up the steps, applaud coming from all around me.

"Way to go Kelsey!" I heard my mom yelling. I could hear my dad clapping, and my brother, Clay, laughing. He was only laughing because I had told him before the ceremony that I would be the only one to fall. Sure enough, as I was getting on the last step, my foot slipped. I regained my balance, laughed it off, and went to get my diploma. The principal was laughing as he shook my hand. I made sure to grab onto the railing as I stepped down and walked back to my seat. I couldn't believe I had done it, I had graduated.

"Good job, Kelsey," my brother said, patting me on the shoulder. My father handed me a bouquet of roses, hugging me. My mom had tears in her eyes, which caused me to roll my eyes. She's cried over everything during my senior year.

"Mom, it's not that big of a deal," I said, giggling. Although, I knew it was for her. I was the oldest of me and Clay, so I was the first to graduate.

"I'm just so proud of you," she said, giving me a hug. I hugged her back, and I could feel her tears landing on my shoulder.

"Hey Kelsey!" someone yelled. I looked up and saw my best friend Abbie. I smiled, letting go of my mom and running to her. I quickly embraced her, which caused us to spin in circles. We both began to laugh, and then we laughed even harder when I almost fell - again.

"I think I should take these heels off," I said, laughing. Abbie nodded her head, and I slipped the shoes off. We stood and talked for a few minutes until her parents came up.

"We're proud of you, Kelsey," they said, patting me on the shoulder. They shook my parents hands and said their goodbyes. I hugged Abbie one last time, and then we began to leave.

 

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