Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Here, There, Everywhere
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"So Tania. Today we are going shopping for school. You know, it starts in a week!" Tania's mother said the next morning. "School?" Tania asked confused. "Yes. Did you think you can just drop out at 16?" Her mother asked sternly. "Well, I, uh, I just thought....." She stuttered. "That you can just fall out and become a cowboy that has no degree?" Her mother said. Tania just kept quiet. "Well. Get dressed!" Her mother said. Tania glanced down at her pajamas, thought about saying something else, decided against it and ran up the stairs. She pulled on a tight light pink skirt that reached her mid-thigh. It made her gorgeous tan legs look even better. She slipped on a tight blue tank top and some blue high heels. She grabbed a pink purse and headed back downstairs. "Why don't you have some toast?" Her mother asked. "I'm not hungry, but thanks," Tania said. Her mother glanced at her wasp-thin waist and looked doubtful. "If you're sure," she sighed. Tania followed her mother outside to the white land rover. Her father looked up from the saddle he was repairing. He didn't even try to hide his disgust at Tania's outfit. She glanced away and kept her eyes on her mother's perfect auburn waves.
At the small mall Tania and her mother were sitting by one of the tables in the food court. There were shopping bags strewn at their feet and Tania was daintily picking at her salad. A few guys were sitting across from her and they kept whispering and glancing in her direction. "Are you finishing that? 'Cause. I need to run a few errands," her mother said. "I'll catch up with you later mom," Tania said and put on her brightest smile. "Ok then. See you later. Oh, and I'll quickly drop these off at the car," she said and gestured to the shopping bags. She rose, gathered the bags and walked off. Tania sat and stared at her salad. She couldn't get over the fact that no matter what she did, her father seemed disgusted with her. She pulled her face into a stubborn pout. Well then, she'll just act like the big city girl that he thinks she is. She'll sit around filing her nails all day, she'll go out of her way to avoid stepping in horse poop, and she'll pull up her nose around the horses. Her face broke into a grin. Yeah, that'll make him angry. Her face turned back to neutral. "You look kind of funny makin' all those faces you know," a deep voice said. Tania looked up into intense green eyes. She studied the guy in front of her. Sandy blonde hair, a tan and obviously great body, perfect face and a gorgeous half grin topped with dimples. Tania put on her biggest smile. She laughed. "Yeah, got a lot on my mind," she shrugged. "Can I sit?" He asked. "Of course!" Tania said. She was kind of disappointed, since she wanted to be alone, but she controlled her emotions so well, even her mother doesn't notice her disappointment. "I'm Jesse by the way," the guy said. "I'm Tania," she smiled.
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Last edited by WaveHorse2; 10-30-2013 at 12:14 PM.