Alice, Rose, and I, walked through the campus, with Alice telling us everything she knows about this school from the teachers, to the classes, to zaidi students that we should stay away from. "Tip number 27. Stay clear of Mike Newton. He's clingy and he doesn't take no for an answer. And he's ALWAYS after the new girl, au in this case, girls." She pointed a cute boy with blonde hair and blue eyes. He looked absolutely adorable! But I think it would look pretty weird if I pinched his cheeks, so I kept that thought to myself.
"And that is Mr. Greene. He's the headmaster of the school. He's super nice, but if wewe get him mad, he'll turn as red as a nyanya and literally have steam pouring out of his ears. He takes care of all the minor things, like detentions and suspensions. Tanya and Carmen's dad handles the expelling. So I guess she either told one of the office lady, Ms. Cope last night, au she called her dad at 3 in the morning." I told them about what had happened with Tanya yesterday night.
"And that is the main office, where wewe guys will go and pick up your schedules. Do wewe want me to come along, au just wait out here?" she asked.
"No, no. Go off to class. We can handle it from here. We don't want wewe to be late." alisema Rose.
"Are wewe sure?" asked Alice, clearly uncertain. We nodded. "Well ask for Ms. Cope!" We watched her retreating back before we decided to head on inside. When we got there, the office was just as neat as the rest of the school. With beige walls and picha of the past headmasters of the school. Apparently, Tanya's father didn't found the school. He's the great-grandson of one of the founders and he gets to claim the school as his own. There were many desks with computers, and each dawati had a name on it. We looked for the one with that name tag.
We asked another office lady, Mrs. Leon. "Ms. Cope? She's over there but I think she's with another student right now. wewe can wait over there." She pointed where there were a lot of seats. We walked over, took a seat, and waited to be called. We waited in peaceful silence, the only sound coming from the keyboards getting typed away, until we heard that voice. Well my siku just officially went down the toilet.
"Ms. Cope. She wasn't in our room." Her voice was raising with every word. I couldn't hear her response, but Tanya didn't like it.
"Whatever. I'll get proof that Bella wasn't in that room..." I heard the clickity click sounds of her heels, and before she left the office, she gave Rose and I one crazy glare. We ignored her and walked over to Ms. Cope's area.
"Hello, how may I help you?" she asked. She smiled at us. How could Tanya treat someone like this with such disgrace. She seemed like such a kind lady.
"Hi. I'm Rosalie and this is my sister Isabella Swan. We are new students and we were told to come here for our schedules." Rose smiled warmly. Well, she could be nice when she wanted to.
"Oh welcome to Lansdale. My name is Ms. Cope, so ask if wewe need anything." She dug around her slightly messy desk, looking for our class schedules.
"Rosalie, and Isabella... Wait. Isabella, are wewe roomed with Tanya?" I nodded. Interrogation time. "Well, Tanya told me that this morning wewe weren't in your bed. She believes that wewe snuck out in the middle of the night. It may sound crazy, but is it true?" I gulped, unable to answer the swali and still be able to come to this school.
"You bet it is, ma'am. Well, my darling, sister, Bella here, has a lot of problems with fashion. So this morning, we went down to her dorm, and dragged her up, careful not to wake up her roommate and gave her a whole fashion makeover." Way to go, Rose! But right now, I didn't really look that amazing. "Should've seen her before." She winked, indicating me to play along.
"Well, I'm so sorry Rose, but not everybody could be drop dead gorgeous like wewe are, Ms. Self-Centered." I playfully whacked her in the arm.
"Oh, that's great. Because we've always known Tanya, disliked everybody. We always have to expell people, but the people are always roomed with Tanya. Just between the three of us, Carmen is the much better sister. Much sweeter." She handed us our schedules and papers that the teacher had to sign, so they knew we didn't skip class. "Okay, have a great siku girls." We alisema our thanks and walked out of the main office. We checked our schedules, and maps, so maybe we wouldn't have to keep them around with us for the whole day.
Sitting nearby on a bench, was Alice. Sitting inayofuata to her, was her pretty, but disgusting brother Edward. I mean who could tarehe Jessica?
"Alice!" alisema Rose, walking up to her. "We told wewe not to wait."
She chuckled nervously. "Yeah, well while I was heading to class, I saw Edward. And since Bella and Edward were in the same grade, we waited and we thought we could onyesha wewe around before class started."
"You didn't have to do that, but thanks!" Rose grinned contently. Alice was one person that we thought we could trust. "By the way, did wewe see Tanya coming out of the office?" she whispered.
Alice threw a look at Edward but his return was pleaing. "Oh yes. Luckily she didn't talk to me." She kind of emphasized on the me. "Anyways, enough with the nasty, whore. What's your first period?" While Rose was talking about her schedule, which she had not memorized yet, Edward stood in silence beside me.
"I'm Edward." he introduced. I guess I had not officially met him yet, even though if it feels like we did.
"Bella." I shook hands with him, and it felt like a spark was passing through my body. Once of those cliche things to say, but I couldn't think of another word. Electricity, maybe. Things were hushed on Rose and Alice's side. It felt like I was staring eternity into his zumaridi, zamaradi green eyes, while he was glaring intently into mine. After a while, I snapped out of the trance. "Here's my schedule." I said, and he stared at it, but I could still feel him peeking at me from the corner of his eyes.
"We have biology together. And gym, not that it really matters, considering it's always mgawanyiko, baidisha between boys and girls." Lucky. Now he doesn't have to see my lack of coordination. Strangely enough though, I upendo to hike. I don't fall very often, mostly beside I only hike when the mud is dry and stable.
"Cool." I said, hoping that I didn't make a total idiot of myself. I probably did, but he didn't notice that much.
"Anyways, your first class is English which is in that building. I could bring wewe there because I have Spanish, which is right beside it." We alisema goodbye to our sisters. The silence that we walked in was pretty uncomfortable for me. Even though he was pretty disgusting, I wanted to know him as a friend at least. I mean I already like his sister, why not him too?
"Well, here's your class. I will be waiting right here for wewe after." He gave me a tiny wave, not even a smile!, and left. Well, wasn't he charming?