Eli & Clare : Chapter 5 (Season 14)
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You could totally hit that.
Jake dated a lot of girls but he'd never turned into the boyfriend type, and if she did hook up with him, our rooming situation could get even uglier. Doesn't mean I can't look.
I need a cigarette. She gave me a disappointed look.
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I thought perky princess was bad enough, but it seemed when parents weren't around Mikayla just turned into a bitch. I found the box that contained my bedding, frowning at the bunk beds. If we had to have bunk beds, I was glad she'd taken the top but I knew I was just clumsy enough that I'd smack my head every morning when my alarm went off. I had the bed all set up and I was starting to put my clothes into the empty dresser when she returned.
He was oblivious to my gesture. I guess he forgot to tell you. I shot him a death glare. You'll probably want to be alone for a while.
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Her lips tightened and she took a step back. But she covered her tracks, forcing a bubbly expression back onto her face. He lives in Ottawa, but he promised me he'd drive down to spend every weekend with me.
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You're gonna love him. So not only did I have to put up with Mikayla, but her boyfriend too? Jake couldn't help but laugh at the expression on my face, but when she glanced at him, he covered it with a cough.
Dad and Helen are waiting," he said, even though we'd taken two cars and I was sure they'd left already. He came over and gave me a hug so he could whisper in my ear. I've already moved all my stuff in. He'd spent the past year in the tiny room that my Dad had used as an office, commuting to the local community college so he could take some business classes in hopes of taking over Glen's construction business in a few years. But when I'd decided to live in residence, they had convinced me to let him have my old room.
He gestured at the door directly across the hall. It, like the other doors on our floor, had a nameplate made from an old CD with a name scribbled on in Sharpie and Glitter pen. The two on our door said "Clare" and "Mikayla.
You may have a weakness for boys named Elijah. Jake kept walking, shooting a flirty hello to an attractive brunette as he left me alone, staring at the door. I couldn't hope but help that the Elijah that lived across the hall from me was ugly and mean and hated puppies and majored in Economics or Chemistry.
There was only one Eli that had been in my life, and I was happy to keep it that way.
We had spent the first semester of his senior year avoiding each other, until Adam had sat us down and told us he was tired of having to hang out with each of us separately.
We'd agreed to a few Misfits movie dates, and when they went okay, we started having lunch as a group at the Dot. By March, Eli and I had even hung out a few times on our own, and I was starting to wonder if maybe something might happen between us again. I hadn't had much hope; I knew he was going to UBC for university, and that long distance relationships didn't work under the best of circumstances.
But I couldn't hope but wish that our flirty friendship would turn into something more. Then all of a sudden, it was like Eli didn't want to have anything to do with me. It was fine if we were with Adam, but whenever I asked him to get ice cream or coffee, he'd always have plans with Imogen or Fiona.
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Some things were of course beyond my control, but learning how to adapt to a schedule has made everything so much simpler. It's much harder to make up classes rather than just maintaining the grades you want!
They will be part of your life for the next four years. If you are a little worried about the dynamic of balancing school work, social, and everything else, there is really no need to fear and you will quickly learn. Before New Scholar Day, I would encourage you to get in contact with one another if you have not already; this was very helpful for me. There's so much out there to see in Colorado. Take study hours seriously, it's your responsibility to maintain a good GPA. Get to know everyone you are going to live with; it's important to develop relationships with everyone in the House, it makes the community stronger.
Most importantly, do what makes you happy.