So I was at a leadership camp, and like I had seen her for a few days but I didn’t know how I wanted to approach her. Well after the talent show everybody was just hanging out in the main room, so I went over to her and we talked for quite a while. It was pretty great. Well the next day was the last day and there was a dance that night. So before the dance, I asked her if she would dance with me, and she said yes. So we basically just danced like on and off for a good while.
About ten minutes before the dance ends we meet up again and slow dance. And somehow we end up in the the middle of the room with everyone else dancing around us. So she like puts her head on my shoulder as we’re dancing and I’m like, “Oh okay, she likes me too. This is going well.” So we danced together after that.
Then after the dance everyone is hanging out again in other room. So I look across the room and see her sitting on a couch. I walk over and she moves over to make room for me.
(There were other people on the couch.) So I sit down beside her and put my arm around her. So far, so good. So she leans back against my arm. Then she puts her head in my chest.
I hit Cloud 9. You know where I’m at.
After a few minutes of that I’m like, hey, I gotta seal this off. So I turn to her, and I say,
“So you know I like you by now, right?”
I know, I know, real smooth. But it worked. She laughs and is like:
“Yeah I kinda figured that out. I like you too.”
So I tell her I’m homeschooled and everything so she doesn’t have to worry about other girls. And she tells me,
“Well you don’t have to worry about me either, because I’m really loyal.”
So I’m like yessssssssss.
She lives an hour away from me. And she doesn’t have a phone, because her dad is kinda messed up I think, so we’ve be IMing on Facebook Messenger. Oh yeah, I have this necklace which is two dog tags with my name on them and a quote. Right before we left camp I gave her one of the tags. I wear the other one.
So there you have it.