School is out for the holidays!
Saturday evening, we went to Henry’s parent’s house for a Christmas gathering. I received a shirt, some money, a wallet, and a little pocket knife key chain.
Church was fine yesterday. Ryan did something new to her hair. I complemented her. That was the only thing I said to her. She didn’t come that night.
Tenielle and Jenna are sisters, by the way, I had no idea. They look nothing alike. They weren’t there this morning, nor at the evening service. Shar told me they were sick and then she asked me which one I liked better. What was she talking about?
She said that both Jenna and Tenielle like me and they want to know which one I will go out with.
First of all, I didn’t think Tenielle liked me. I saw her staring at me a few times, but, you know…
But Tenielle is twelve.
Veronica is twelve.
Jenna is thirteen.
Shar said that Tenielle likes me more than Jenna does. I like Tenielle, but I’ve gone through all that before. It feels so good to have a girl like me, but I just can’t. I can’t go through all of that again. I’ve had experience in this. She is too young. I know how this will turn out.
I told Shar to tell them that I turned bright red and that I don’t work through other people. I will talk to them in person on Wednesday.
I will just be their friend.
Things will be better that way. Tenielle may be beautiful, but I don’t think she is what I’m looking for. Looks aren’t everything.
Jenna and Tenielle are sisters. I can be their friend. Perhaps we can all do stuff together; like Amy, Ryan, Cheryl, and Christi and I have done in the past. Besides, I don’t see Christi anymore and Ryan and Amy don’t come to church as much as they used to, so I need some group of girls to hang around with.
Why not them?