Chapter 7, The Ride to Meet a Friend
For the first half of the short trip I tried to get some much needed rest, but my mind fought me unwaveringly with thoughts of Tony’s deception. I shifted and shifted in the passenger seat, until I finally decided to return the seat to its upright position, and keep Kayla’s company. Although, she didn’t seem like she needed much company. I couldn’t help but notice that Kayla herself seemed preoccupied with her own thoughts. I couldn’t tell if they were personal, or if she was overly consumed with me and Camie’s drama. I wanted to break the silence, but I didn’t want to discuss me. So I took the opportunity to find out exactly why we were driving five hours to meet Camie.