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- Authors: Anna Todd
- Language: English
- Genre: New Adult & College Romance
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MY LIFE IS PRETTY SIMPLE. I don’t have too many complications. I’m a happy
person. These things are known.
The first three thoughts that go through my mind each day are:
It’s less crowded here than I thought.
I hope Tessa is off work today so we can hang out.
I miss my mom.
Yes, I’m a sophomore at New York University, but my mom is one of my
I miss home a lot. It helps to have Tessa around; she’s the closest thing to
family I have out here.
I know college students do this all the time; they leave home and can’t
wait to be away from their hometowns, but not me. I happened to like mine,
even if it’s not where I grew up. I didn’t mind living in Washington for my
senior year and then my first year of college—it was becoming my home. I
had a family there and found a new best friend. The only, and biggest, thing
missing was Dakota, my longtime girlfriend. So when she got accepted into
one of the best ballet academies in the country, I agreed to move to New
York City with her. I had a plan at the time I applied to NYU; it just didn’t
work out the way it was supposed to. I was supposed to move here and start
my future with her. I had no idea that she would decide she wanted to
spend her first year at college single.
I was devastated. I still am, but I want her to be happy, even if it’s not
The city’s chilly in September, but there’s barely any rain compared to
Washington State. So that’s something, at least.
As I walk to work, I check my phone, like I do about fifty times a day. My
mom’s pregnant with my little sister, and I want to be sure that if anything
happens, I can get on a plane and be there for her quickly. My mom and
Ken chose the name Abigail and I can’t wait to meet the little one. I’ve never
really been around babies, but little Abby is already my favorite baby in the
world. However, so far the only messages from my mom have been pictures
of the amazing things she whips up in the kitchen.
Not emergencies, but, man, I miss her cooking.
The streets are mobbed as I make my way to work. I’m waiting at a
crosswalk with a crowd of people, mostly tourists with heavy cameras around
their necks. I laugh to myself when a teenage boy holds up a giant iPad to
take a selfie.
I will never understand this impulse.
When the crosswalk starts flashing its red countdown, I turn up the
volume on my headphones.
Out here I pretty much wear headphones all day. The city is so much
louder than I had anticipated, and I find it helpful to have something that
blocks out some of the noise and at least colors those sounds that get in with
something I like.
Today it’s Hozier.
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