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Lydia grabbed a strand of hair absently stuck it in her mouth and began to suck on it It was a nervous habit that shed been trying to break for years Nothing worked It didnt help that this was her first day at Lawndale High a brand-new school whose construction had only been finished the past summer Lydias previous high school had been over populated so they built LH to send half the students to Lydia was one of those students chosen More than half her friends were not She walked through the halls by herself searching for her locker She couldnt remember if it was just to the left of that door or the right She paced back and forth in front of the two sets of lockers trying desperately to remember That was another fault of hers she was forgetful Totally absorbed in her pacing and sucking she didnt notice anyone coming down the hall She smacked right into someone Hey a kind voice said Watch it Lydia looked up And up The strand of hair fell from her now open mouth to smack her cheek Standing before her was nothing less than a Dream Hello she whispered Hi laughed the Dream It stuck out a hand Im James Im new here She reached out to rest her hand in Its She was touching It she was touching the Dream Lydia she heard herself say The Dream gave her hand a firm shake Looking for something Lydia It asked Um yeah my locker You new here too Everyones new here idiot said another voice There was someone with the Dream that Lydia hadnt noticed before Upon further examination she realized that she knew him It was her second cousin Michael A sigh escaped her as she closed her eyes Michael always knew how to make fun of her and make her feel bad about herself And now that hed seen her with the
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