The TDWT contestants were just sleeping while I was wide awake. Gwen's head was upside down from the chair, Owen was being a kiti, kiti cha hog as usual, and Izzy was sleeping on his lap. Heather was awake, kusoma "Breaking Dawn". I walked over and sat kwa her. "Go away creep." "Why should I have to? Try to answer that." "I guess I can't." Heather blushed. "How many pages are wewe into the book?" "50." she replied. "Marvelous. But wewe best get some sleep. We have another challenge tomorrow." "I guess I should." Heather fell asleep, as I did the same right beside her.
Oh my gawd, Aleheather, I'm so sorry I've abandoned you..curse wewe Hetalia -_- It was late afternoon in Gallagher High. For the Total Drama group, it was the last class before lunch time. Ugh. I'm sick of looking at the same clock all the time.. Heather muttered in her head. She looked around for something else to mindlessly gaze at, when she saw a certain figure. This figure had dark hair, that was short in the front and long in the back, and was unbeilevably shaggy. He wore a red jacket, with the words Marìa on the back in gold. She immediatley realized who it was. Ale-Alejandro..? I can't...
What was that noise? It just kept going on and on. It was getting on my nerves; it just wouldn’t stop.
My head hurt so badly. I didn’t know why, but I wanted it to stop soon.
I slowly opened my eyes, looking around the room. Everything seemed to be white. Why? Where was I? I couldn’t tell. I didn’t have any clue of where I was. I slowly tried to sit up, but found that I couldn’t. I didn’t know if I was strapped down au if I just didn’t have the strength.
“Heather, you’re awake!” A voice called excitedly.
I turned my head to face where the sound of the voice was...
I woke up the inayofuata morning to the sound of my cell phone ringing. I couldn’t remember getting into the position I was into, which was wrapped in Alejandro’s arms on his bed. I tried to squirm out of his grip, but to no use; he wasn't letting me go. I reached into my pocket and grabbed my cell phone out of it. I put it up to my ear, answered it, and whispered, "Hello?"
"Heather! Where are you?"
Crap! It was my mother!
"What do wewe mean?"
I was hoping I could convince her that I was home.
"Don't play dumb with me. I know wewe never came nyumbani last night."
It snowed a foot overnight. When they woke up, Alejandro and Heather went out to play. First, they made snow angels. Then they had a snowball fight and Alejandro hit Heather in her cheek with a big happytastic iceball. It hurt a lot, but Alejandro kissed it sadly and then it was all better.
Then they decided to make a snow man.
"We'll make a really cheerful snow man!" Alejandro said.
"Why don't we make a snow woman instead?" Heather said. "That would be zaidi wonderous and politically correct."
"I know," Alejandro said. "We can make a snow kitten. That way, we don't have to worry about gender politics."...