She is startled by a raging flash of heat across her shin. She awakens once more sprawled out in the passenger seat, to find her leg pressed up against the heater grate, the hot unpleasant tingle spreading across her skin. She shifts uncomfortably in her seat, moving her leg away from the roasting plastic and opens her eyes just long enough to catch sight of Nick, still driving. She takes in a deep much needed breathe while squeezing her eyes shut, trying to mentally shove her bad dreams out of the car window, onto the winter covered highway, to eventually be smashed by a
The two walked for a little while longer until they reached her house. Clarisse saw her aunts and uncles together chatting it up in the parlor. She then left Montag at the front of the lawn and ran up to her door. Reaching the knob, with her fingers ever so slightly grazing the metal she remembered something. With a slight twist of her hair, she turned to look at him curiously, "Are you
The car's wheels caress the highway lovingly. I forget the rumble of the cars behind for a moment, instead focusing on the insignificant touching of the wheels and ground. My sister sat at the wheel seemingly waiting for some kind of sign, waiting for me. She spoke, “Are you excited about moving back to Meetleburg?” As if, I am leaving behind all that I have worked for in the past four-teen years! I stayed silent to the dismay of my sister.
She nearly slide out of her seat when the car came to a stop, she lifted her head and looked at the male. “Worn someone when you are going to break the car so damn sudden.” She shouted at him. “I could have been killed.” She rolled her eyes. She knew she really wasn’t going to die but she could get badly hurt. “Why did you stop anyways we aren’t…” She turned her head to look out the window, she cocked her head to the side. She arched her brow a little. “Now that’s something you don’t see every day.” She spoke aloud so every in the car could hear
He drew back the curtains, and surveyed the moonlit parking lot in silence for half a minute, then returned his gaze to Lexi's. "It's going to be a long day, so at least one of us should try and get some rest. I'll keep
He was surprised to see her car parked in the driveway to their home, since she was normally out at this time of day. There was another car there too. Maybe it was the car that belonged to the friend she had told him about. The one that would keep her
She walked on the street for five minutes until she realized that a black car was following her. She doubled her speed, but not too much so it won't look like she was trying to run. Relief flooded through her when she saw the car speed up the street. She blamed herself for being paranoid.
It’s a short ride to get to the diner and on the way we talked about school and the gossip that had been going around that week. As we pulled into a parking space by the post office next door to the diner I noticed an unfamiliar car, but I didn’t think much of it at the time. We both unbuckled our seatbelts, stepped out of the truck, and walked into the diner.
I escorted her to her car and watched as she drove off into the night. Roger, it was about to start all over again. The courting, the dating, the ups and downs, the figuring out of a woman who had captured my mind. A woman that I wanted to hug. A woman that I wanted to kiss. A woman that I wanted to know mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I made my way to my car and got in starting the engine. A new journey was about to