“Mum why do we have to keep moving?” I groaned.
“You got expelled remember. You and your stalking.” She was barely even looking at me.
“Not my fault kids won’t hang out with me.”
“Have you tried being nice?” I wanted to retort back with ‘have you?’ but wasn't not worth getting grounded for.
“Of course I have. It’s probably because they think I’m a freak or something.”
“You are not. Don’t say things like that.” She then offered me a slice of cake she had baked.
“Thanks mum,” I gave her a fake smile but it was good enough. She continued to organise boxes and moved towards the kitchen.
There was something about Kristy that striked me, she wasn't like anyone I’ve met before. It’s kind of fascinating. And she likes frogs too! So glad I’m not the only one, it’s a weird fascination I know but they’re incredible creatures. That’s it! Frogs!
So Kristy is the one, the one that will enable my transformation into a full human to be complete. It’s all coming back to me. She has the connection, it’s symbolised by the frogs. You know, with their ability to leap across lily pads, it’s like crossing the invisible bridge between worlds. Now that I remember my purpose I shall invite Kristy over tomorrow afterschool and it won’t be long until my transformation is complete! And I shall be beautiful! Ha ha ha! About time too!