Jenny smiled as she entered the Grill. She’s been there many times in the past week. She really was getting used to her life here. She sat down, and ordered herself fries, soda, and a burger. Jenny bit her lip as she looked around the place, to see if she knew anyone there.
Blair was sitting by the bar and had just finished her Gin Martini when she saw little Jenny Humphrey enter the place. She wasn’t aware that she was in Mystic Falls — what in the world was she doing in here? Out of the many places in the country, she chose Mystic Falls? Where she was. Of course. She didn’t know why she even thought she could escape from life in the UES even for just a little while.
Blair set her guitar down and leaned against the tree. She had been at the park for a few hours now, looking at the people around her. Everyone was either with friends or a lover, and it was making her feel worse than she already was. The only time she ever had fun these days was when she was with Damon, and even that was starting to go downhill for her. Whenever she was with him, she couldn’t take that awful feeling at the pit of her stomach that came with knowing friends were all they were ever going to be. The worst part was she couldn’t even talk about it with anyone, so she poured her emotions out through music. It helped a little. Kind of. He was still on her mind though. Always on her mind these days and she hated it. She heaved out a sigh and took out her book, immersing herself in it if only to pass through time faster.
When I’m around you I’m predictable
Cause I believe in loving you at first sight
I know it’s crazy but I’m hoping to
To take a hold of you
Could this be out of line? Could this be out of line?
To say you’re the only one breaking me down like this
You’re the only one I would take a shot on
Keep me hanging on so contagiously
Blair had spent the whole day on a small flat land on top of the mountain with a view of the falls. She had no idea how she even managed to climb up there with her high heels on, but she desperately needed some time alone to gather her thoughts.
The were many reasons why they would never work and she knew that. She didn’t even know what she was thinking, entertaining such nonsense in her mind. She sent a quick text to Damon, asking him to meet her up there because her feet still hurt and she didn’t want to walk back just yet. She wrapped the blanket around her, feeling the chilly air blowing her hair against her face as she looked out into the view of the town.
If we were a movie
You’d be the right guy
And I’d be the best friend
You’d fall in love with
In the end we’d be laughing
Watching the sunset
Fade to black
Show the names
Play the happy song
Blair left the dance soon after her conversation with Dan. She didn’t really feel like staying anymore, plus she’d really rather hang out with Damon than watch people get drunk and dance around like idiots. She knocked on the door softly and waited for Damon to answer the door. She didn’t bothering changing into something simpler anymore. She could do that here, since most of her things were already in here anyway.
Blair walked over to the drinks and refilled her glass. The night had barely even begun and she was already at her third, not that it mattered because the alcohol in those punches were probably about 1%. She was bored out of her mind and she couldn’t even remember why she even bothered to come in the first place.
So why did I drown?