Chapter 6: @M!randuhhh
I shook vigorously. Wondering why I was in this office. I see a blonde-haired lady with the strongest country accent in the world. She comes in and asks me what happened a Friday.
I look at Leilani. I look at the counselor. And I burst into tears. I told her the whole story. From the video, to being kicked off the team, to my mom almost killing me.
She told me it was okay to let all of this out. We talked about everything and after I straightened up, she sent Leilani and I back to class.
It was Fourth period. We just got back from lunch and I was with Leilani the whole day. We talked about me opening up more to her until they called us back to the guidance office.
They separated us. They put me in one room and Leilani in another. A tall lady came in.
White woman, blonde but clearly not naturally, glasses and she looked like teenager but clearly in her 20’s.
“Hi, I’m Miranda. I’m a social worker for Oaks County. Do you know why I’m here Miss Kaiya?”
That was her introduction. How long were you practicing that the whole way here? I pushed the thought away and shook my head to her question.
She explains to me the report she got from the counselors about Friday. She asks me questions and I answer them. I see Leilani leave the office, but she clearly didn’t see me.
Miranda asked me a zillion nosy questions. After we were done she sent me back to class. But as I was walking back to class I encountered my sister heading to the guidance counselor’s office.
I went back to class and couldn’t think straight. I sit next to Leilani and ask her what they had her do.
She told me they had her send screenshots of the messages to the office clerk, so he could print them out. Since she said that my heart was beating out of my chest. I couldn’t breath.
My breathing was going faster than my heart beat. I couldn’t keep up. Leilani ask me if I’m ok and I can’t even tell her I am so she knows I’m not. Everything is dull. Faded.
Everything is echoing.
“Kaiya, are you ok? Kaiya? Kaiiyyyyaaaaa?”
I fell and a scream escaped Leilani’s lips.
“Kaiya! Get up! SOMEONE CALL THE OFFICE! CALL AN AMBULANCE! DON’T JUST STAND THERE YOU IDIOT!! YOU’RE A TEACHER, DO SOMETHING!!!!”
Leilani screamed at everyone. And I became crowded.
“It’s ok Kaiya. Everything’s going to be ok.”
Those are the last words I heard. The last lie whispered in my ear before darkness filled my eyelids. Everything’s going to be ok. Knowing it wasn’t going to be. Then everything went black.
sorry it took so long guys!!!! I've really been busy. and sorry its so short.