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Sweat dripped from the top of my forehead as I waited in front of LA 2W at Mesa Community College My sister was still in her English 101 class and since I had gotten out of Philosophy an hour earlier I had to wait for her in his blistering weather As I waited sitting on a hot metal bench that could have scorched my blue skinny jeans under me I tried to occupy my silent time by eyeing what was around me At moments other students passed by without a glance and when they did it was sort of an amused sneer I could only guess because my kinky auburn hair happened to not be well attended to that day The heat soon started getting to me bringing fatigue to my eyes and unfortunately it got to my bottle of Dr Pepper I had acquired earlierJust when I believed this would never end the olive metal door opened and random peers exited the room like scattering ants escaping her chambers I stood up expecting her to be one of the first out but then my eyes caught her at his desk speaking to the earthly dressed instructor After a few seconds I stepped in to make sure she grabbed her purple zebra print backpack her Toshiba laptop bag and all of her supplies from Art Class and without a word exchanged to the stressed older man we left the room How was class I asked her like usual and she went on to tell me she felt embarrassed and envious of her other classmates in a broken voice The rest of them had fathers in their lives I could only watch her tear up for a moment feeling like crying for her Unlike me she willowed whenever anyone spoke of a dad especially since he abandoned us years agoDont worry about it Kayla I tried to console her It just makes you one of the
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