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Two He was leaning against a wall across the way looking just as bored as I felt. Tall and dark-haired and sort of rumpled, but in a cute way, wearing faded jeans and a concert T-shirt. He was drumming on his knees and nodding rhythmically as if hearing music in his head—a musician, maybe? I felt a weird little rush. Like all the blood in my entire body suddenly decided it needed to be somewhere else in my body. And then there was my head.
There was some pinging going on up there.
I had to reel her in before she did something embarrassing. Embarrassing for menot her, cathegine. I was still feeling that weird rushing and pinging. It was kind of distracting. Could these be the sparks Britt was always talking about? A sharp poke in the ribs brought me out of my stupor. The guy was still drumming on his knees, seemingly oblivious to everything around him.
I stared at him, for a second wishing I could do it. Wishing I were a little more like Britt.
What would be the harm in going over and saying hi? He stares at you like you have two heads. You melt into a puddle of humiliation on the floor…. Worst-Case Scenario strikes again. By the time the crowd cleared, there was no sign of him. I mean, how many guys could actually appreciate that wacked-out band like you do?
I knew it all by heart anyway. Plus, my mind was taken up by more important matters. Maybe Britt was rubbing off on me at last. Because for the next hour or two I kept catching myself looking for that guy.
Every time we gathered for a lecture with one of the other schools; every time we headed back out into the main part of the museum. But there was no sign of him. We had a half-hour break before the final cathrine events of the day, another lecture and then some kind of planetarium show. Britt and I had decided to revive ourselves with a little caffeine and sugar. I realized I was doing it again.
Scanning the faces of everyone in the restaurant, looking for that guy. She always sees through me. I just want to ask him where he got that shirt. Simon Pulse April Length: At First Sight eBook Get a FREE catherihe by joining our mailing list today!
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