Chapter 3:

A Feeling Like No Other

Grimm: Life or Death

I see her. As I walk in I freeze. I've never felt this, and I don't know exactly what I'm feeling. I am just frozen. It took the teacher coming up to tell me to take a seat, not even acknowledging that I'm a new student, to make me finally move again. I go and take a seat at the very back of the class, at a table all by myself. Unable to breathe, unable to focus, I can't take my eyes off of her. What is this? I can't speak, breathe, move, let alone even focus on anything else, but her. How can a mere human have this much affect over me? This is the beginning of the day, how am I going to make it through the rest of the day? The teacher is just rambling on about stuff, I could care less about what she's saying, I have other stuff to focus on. Like why this person has such affect over me. I'll have to talk to her after class. BONG goes the bell. I move towards her, almost crippled and unable to move, but I make it to her. I open my mouth, but the words won't come out. To save myself I just move on instead of standing there menacingly. The next period goes by, all I can think of is her, it is still affecting me, even though she isn't even here. Then I go to my final period of the day which is the AP Computer Science class. I can't wait to see what this is. I do what I have been doing all day which is taking a seat at a lone table in the back of class. The bell rings and I hear the door open, and I hear a voice that sounds familiar say "sorry I'm late". I freeze, and out of the corner of my eye, I spot her walk in and take a seat. This is not going to be an easy school day. That is my B day, my A days I don't see her. It almost gives me something to look forward to. I did some research and her name is Achelois, but everyone calls her Lois. Which I think is weird for a kids name, but its gotta be a kids name before it's an adults name. I would like to get to know her more, but I need to know more about her, just to spark up a conversation. I can easily talk to people, but for some reason, with her, I am powerless.Bookmark here

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