“Dr. Jefferson,” I called tossing my chocolate curls over my shoulder, “I have the MRI’s for your last patient.” Dr. Kyle Jefferson recently graduated from Stanford medical school, and moved to New York to work at a private practice. He was incredibly smart, witty, and handsome, and I just couldn’t help that every time I saw him I lit up, like a little girl with a huge crush. ”Thanks Rachel,” he said flashing me a smile, “Isn’t your shift over?”
“Um, yeah but I figured I should give this to you right away, no use making the patients wait, right?” I glanced up at him, praying that my cheeks weren’t the same color as my bright red, Burberry coat. “Very right, your thinking like a doctor Rachel, I like it.” He gave me a light tap on the back, took the folder from my hands, and continued walking down the hall. “So cute,” I heard one of the nurses whisper, while also staring at him as he walked away. “I’ll say,” I said, while grabbing my bags from my desk and heading towards my car.
Thumbing in my pass code to my phone, I texted Rory that I was leaving now for the studio, and would make it in time for our pre-performance of Mid Summer’s night dream. “Hey beautiful,” came a voice from behind me. I whirled around to find Collin leaning back on his black Tesla, I smiled trying to hide my still almost-blushing cheeks. “Hey babe, what’re you doing here?” I asked walking up and giving him a kiss on his cheek.
“I was coming to surprise you, so who’s that guy you were talking to?”
“Oh just a doctor, why?” I asked, Collin was my boyfriend, but he wasn’t my bodyguard. Besides, he was the first boy I had truly started to date since Zac, and for some reason that made me feel like this relationship wouldn’t last. However, I wasn’t above giving it a try.
“Seemed like an interesting conversation,” he scoffed.
“It was,” I retorted, my eyes narrowing, “jealousy is an ugly trait Collin.”
I turned away from him, and got into my car, not bothering to look back as I drove away.
“Ugh,” Sadie groaned, she sat snuggled up on my bed with a large white blanket thrown around her. “I have a massive headache, can someone turn the dehumidifier on? I think I’m stuffy.”
“Sadie, do you have a cold or something? You look like a huge polar bear,” Serena giggled to the left of me, I snorted and turned over on my side. I glanced at Taylor who rolled her eyes and laughed, as she reached over and plugged it in. “I know what you mean, horseback riding has been kicking my butt lately.” I nodded in agreement, with all that had been going on I had to hire one of the freshman to take care of Nature while I was busy with dance, school, and my internship. “The show was awesome though,” Rory said, pursing her lips then shooting us all a ‘We did it’ smile.
Stretching out on the side I had taken on Serena’s bed, I pointed and flexed my dark red ‘Leading Lady’ by Essie painted toes. The show had been amazing, just like every show we were apart of, but the performance high had subsided. Now all that was left was extreme pain, and a group of stressed out dancers, who were also trying to keep up their 4.0′s.
Twisting a lock of my chocolate brown hair around my finger, I thought back to the time where all the STARS ever did was socialize, and party. “We should do something to just, like, take some time off to ourselves,” I said rolling back over to face my friends.
“Oooh that sounds fun,” Serena smiled, her eyes gleaming.
“What about a bonfire? The woods next to the stables would be perfect, we could bring blankets and cozy chairs,” Taylor suggested. We all looked to Rory who was tapping her finger against her chin, obviously thinking it over. “Alright, let’s get planning!” She answered.
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Rachel Grace Woodlands