I bite my lip and move a little farther away from the screen, disappointed to say the least. It wasn't exactly easy here, either, but I knew to make time for the holidays. It was our group's little tradition. And traditions are important. Well, they were
until high school ended and everyone went their separate ways. Maybe the group wasn't meant to be anymore, because it's obviously falling apart! My eyes were shiny like I was about to cry, but I wouldn't cry. I couldn't
cry. I tried to stop being so over dramatic when I got to college, and it's worked for the most part-so far.
Eli: I was happy that Harm would try to make it home for the holidays, but I could feel the whole mood get flipped upside down by it. Especially Hannah's mood. You see, it's not like one person in our group was more important than another, well kind of, but for the most part we're like a big script. You can rearrange the lines and actors however you choose, but once the actual play is performed it's never the same if you remove one of the lines, or one of the actors. If that makes sense. Well it makes sense to a play-writer/actor like myself. But we've know each other since kindergarten, and even if we've had our ups and downs, were meant to be one big group.