Home At Last
Finally being done with college is the greatest thing imaginable. The last two years were hard, but I’m finally done!(A/N: She did a four-year college she’s just thinking about her last two years of college).
The plane ride from Massachusetts to Florida was long, but enjoyable because I was in first class. When I landed I had to grab all the many bags I had carried with me. I tried looking for my parents, but I saw a chauffeur holding a sign with my name on it.
I walk over with a light smile, he took my luggage to the limo that was waiting. The ride there was silent but it didn’t matter, because it was a short drive. Soon a large house appeared in my view. Goddess, I missed this place.
When the car stepped I ran out of the limo into the house. First thing first I had to go check out my room. I ran up the stairs and opened my door jumping on the bed hugging my pillow tightly.
“I MISSED YOU FLUFFY BED AND PILLOWS!”
“It’s been four years and you’re still a dork.” I heard a feminine voice say, Kayanna! “Kayanna!” I jumped from the bed into my sister’s arms.
“I missed my wittle sissy so much!” Kayanna said in a baby voice. She was hugging me so tight, I could breathe.
“Well your wittle sissy is struggling to breathe.” I gasped out, she let go and I took deep exaggerated breaths. “I thought I was gonna die.” I stated.
She looks a little different. She looked a bit thicker, but a healthy thick, her body language looked much more confident, she has a couple of small tattoos, and her hair was dyed.
“You certainly got your glow up. You look great.”
“You look good too. Finally manage to get a boyfriend?”Kayanna asked jokingly.
I shake my head ‘no’ with a laugh.
“Glad to see your bond hasn’t changed.” Mom said with a smirk.
“MOM!” I yelled running to hug my mom. We held each other in a tight embrace. I could tell that she was crying in my shoulder.
“I missed you so much”, she sniffled out
“I missed you too.” I choked out trying to contain my own tears.
“You look as beautiful as the day you left.” She said with a teary smile.
“Thanks, mom. Hey, mom where's mother?” I ask.
“Oh she's at work, she’ll be home soon enough, just finishing something.”
“Ok, well I'm hungry,” I said.
“Same” Kayanna agreed.
“There's take out on the counter and marshmallows in the cabinet.” She said with a knowing smile.
Kayanna and I race down the stairs to get to the food.
Man am I glad to be home. Home sweet home!