“What are you doing here so suddenly, Natalie.” He raised the perfectly plucked eyebrow, and I shuddered. Memories.
“Don’t touch me.” I ran and grabbed Blossom from her seat on his couch.
“What on earth, Natalie? I was just busy having a chat with officer Yellow.”
The toilet flushed and a plump man walked out. He winked at me.
“Run along miss and take your daughter with you!”
I gave him a thankful nod and dashed off with Blossom. As soon as I got home it was time for
I know her eyes are half closed but isn’t Blossom beautiful!
Juliet got Jones’ hair and eyes.
Othello got my hair and what looks like Jones’ whole face.
“Jones? Where are you?”
“Just getting ready for my interview.”
“Let me fix that for you.”
I took the comb and brushed it through his hair very slowly.
“That looks nice- woooah!”
“Told you I’d get you back!” I giggled as I jumped on his sturdy back. Laughing he pulled me along until he deposited me in our pale kitchen.
“So, you said you wanted to talk?” I leant over onto the granite countertop.
Jones never wants to talk. What’s up with him now? More like what’s wrong?!
“Yeah, about that…I met a woman at that training seminar last week and we’ve been…well, seeing eachother while you were away. I wonder if you’d like to, perhaps, meet her?”
I had to swallow a ripple of distain. I thought he was mine, maybe not romantically, well- just maybe that I was the second most important woman in his life, after his mother. It’s tough being pushed from nearly highest, about to grab it- when suddenly you fall down again. Maybe not fall, that doesn’t describe the feeling well enough. Maybe kick.
I’d felt this all too often- and so had Jones. I can remember our highschool graduation like it was yesterday.
“I would like to say well done to all of our graduates. This is a very happy and important day for us all. All I’d like to end this off is, well done guys.
We did it.”
I crossed my arms in annoyance . Why is Jones valedictorian? All of my friends ran out the hall to throw up their caps but I said nothing and stayed rooted to the spot.
I was jealous.
“Naddy? Earth to Naddy?”
“Oh yeah Jones. It’s fine. I hear the doorbell, let me get it.”
I could see Jones thinking at a million miles per hour as I left.
I heard Jones click through the back door to leave as I opened the front door.
“Hello…who is this?”
“Joe Blikzem. I work for circus.”
“Haha…your face…” I laughed.
“All I ask is a place to stay for one day before I move on.”
“Fine. But only if you take part in my challenge.”
“Challenge? A race?”
“No, but let’s just say we have a baby.”
“I like babies.”
I sent him up the stairs to get comfortable. Just then Jones walked through.
“Naddy…why is there a fat ugly blue guy in your bedroom?”
“Naddy, I was hoping we could go to the park now to meet my new girlfriend, Rosa.”
“It’ll only take a sec!”
“Fine. Meet you downstairs in an hour.”
She was so beautiful.
While Jones went to get us something to drink, I spoke to Rosa.
“Hi Rosa, I’m Natalie.”
“No, his best friend.”
“He said sister.”
“Well I’m his best friend! My surname is Windfield, not Lemi!”
“Right.” She gave me a glare and peered into my eyes. “ So no relationship? Ever?”
Gosh, won’t she give up?! I have never been in a relationship with Jones!
“Nothing.” I returned her glare. There ain’t nothing like messing with a pregnant woman.
“I see you two have met. How’s it going girls?”
I turned around to see Jones there. He snaked his arms around her shoulders and kissed her on the cheek.
“Well thanks Jonesie,” Jessica said, giving me something that can only be described as a smirk.
“Yeah.” I said, crossing my arms and turning on my heel.
“Naddy! Where are you going?” he yelled after my shoulder.
“To our CHILDREN, Jones.”
Ugh. This is a terrible feeling. I can’t be single any longer.
I need a boyfriend.
“Hello, hun. I brought you something.”
“Oh really?” She raised an eyebrow and smiled at me.
“It smells so nice!”
I smiled at her and gave her a kiss. Her lips were warm and smooth and reminded me of a time in my life, someone’s soft lips.
“So, Jones, are we gonna give them what they want?”
I pulled her hips from side to side and smiled at her.
“Yeah, sure. if it’ll shut them up.”
I then pulled her to me and I kissed her. Her lips were amazingly soft. Nothing disgusting, no toungues but just her and I. I felt happy. I felt blissful.
The best highschool prom ever.
“Hey uncle Jones, let’s have some pics of you, Rosa and mom!”
“Sure babes!” I laughed at Blossom with her camera.
I held Rosa’s hand and walked off into the distance and took the pictures jokingly with Naddy and Rosa.
But I couldn’t forget that kiss.
Hope you all enjoyed my latest post! When you’re commenting today, I’d like you to take your favourite quote from this chapter and just say why you liked it.
Also this post is dedicated to Bexie Aimee Best. (Becks Best.)
She’s my editor and she’s a real …retard some days. 😄
Love ya all lots,