Summer Love

Serenity is a troublemaker and isn't really accepted in her family because shes different and doesn't act like she should. After she takes it over the top before summer vacation, her parents send her away to stay in London with her aunt for the summer. She hates it there until she realizes that there are people like her and that there is someone who truly understands her pain. Can someone change her perspective of life and maybe cause her heart to beat a little faster?
In this story, a small town stubborn girl falls into the hands of a big city and might just be falling head over heels.
(Note: This story is going to be a bit like "Dark" so I give credit to the author of "Dark" if any of my ideas sound similar or seem similar to those of that in "Dark".)


2. So Long California

The airport was much smaller than I remember. Well, that makes sense because the last time I was here, I was about 10.

My parents followed me as I went to baggage check and through security and passport checking. We finally reached the waiting area. I turned around to face my parents that held straight faces. I guess they weren't that sad to see their daughter leave.

"See you in three months." My mom finally spoke after a few minutes of awkward silence.

"Yup. Cant wait... Not." I mumbled under my breath.

My dad, being the nicer one, embraced me in a hug. It wasn't one of those cute father and daughter hugs. It was more of a cold two second hug. And with that, they took off.

I heard my flight being called after about a wait of a half an hour. I grabbed my carry on and made my way through the terminal gate.

So long California. Wish me luck.




My seat on the plane was more towards the middle. Luckily, I got the window seat. I was sat next to a woman probably about in her early 20's. She was very pretty and we had certain things in common. We were both going to be staying in London and we both had very annoying parents and that's why she was leaving California. If only I was her age, and I could just leave and live on my own. It would be the best.

Once again, I take out my phone and plug my headphones into my ears. Looks like Little Mix and Bruno Mars were going to be accompanying me for the plane ride.

I was lost in my thoughts as I noticed that my parents never told me what my aunt looked like or where she would be meeting me. How could they have been so ignorant as to do that? Ugh. Sometimes I really wish that I could live on my own. It might be hard but it would also be easy at the same time.

I guess I'll just have to find Aunt Eleanor on my own. Gee, this should be fun.


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