“Make up my mind,” I muttered bitterly. Jas just laughed and watched me go back into the changing room. I had been trying on dresses for an hour now and she just told me to go and try on a dress I had tried on fourty-five minutes ago. I took off the green strapless, definitely not for me, and pulled on a blue one with sleeves. Much better.
“Now that’s way better than the other one. I don’t know what we were thinking.” I rolled my eyes. We. I had no clue what I was doing. I wouldn’t even be going to the dance if it hadn’t been for Jas. She forced me. I swear. Actually, she just kept saying that something out of this world was going to happen. I admit, my curiousity had been peaked. After we finally agreed on the blue dress and I payed for it we continued to walk through the mall.
“Hey!” Jas kissed her Kyle, her boyfriend, and I walked over to a bench down the hall. When they got going, it was best to be far away. It was sorta nice to be alone anyway.
“Uhm, hi. I’m Josh.”