Rachel bit her bottom lip, savoring the taste of her strawberry daiquiri stained lips. She turned away from the bar and surveyed the room for Jackson, then spotted him standing by a girl with light blonde hair, obviously trying to pick her up. Jackson glanced over and gave her a wink, then turned and led the girl to out the door of Faze, Rachel and Jackson’s favorite nightclub in LA. Guess I’ll have to be finding a new designated driver, Rachel thought taking another sip of her drink. She turned back around and caught glimpse of a Broadway poster plastered on the wall she was facing, she smiled thinking of the last show she had attended to support Rory, a regular now in the musical theatre scene. Her thoughts drifted to the other STARS, Serena who after graduating early at Brown, continued modeling and became a Guess girl. Taylor moved to England in order to be apart of a world-renowned riding program. Sadie was finishing up her last year at Stanford after taking a year off to dance with the New York Ballet. The STARS spent an amazing summer traveling Europe after senior year, even though parting was difficult, Rachel knew that distance posed no threat to their unbreakable friendship.
As for Rachel, well she was living the dream. Residing in sunny Los Angeles, she had started up her own PR firm a few years after graduating at the top of her class at NYU, and now represented some of the most well know celebrities in Hollywood. Rachel was currently sharing a rather large town house with Ava who had recently graduated Waverly Academy, and was attending USC. Even though Rachel didn’t have the STARS, she had a lot of friends that also moved to California from New York, Zac and Jackson being a few.
A new song blasted through the speakers of the dimly lit club, and Rachel couldn’t deny the temptation to dance. She tipped back her head, and gulped the remaining amount of alcohol in her glass. She shook out her curls once more, and grabbed her clutch, then strutted one heel at a time to join the rest of the people dancing.
I’m really sad to say that this is an almost-quitting post, I will occasionally wright when I feel like it. I hope that you can all stay subscribed if I do decide to start posting regularly again, writing as Rachel has been a great experience and probably my favorite blog to have run so far.
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