A/N: THE FINAL INSTALLMENT IS HERE, AT LAST!
Yes, it's short. Yes, I've written better. But at least it's an ending! :D
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I don't care if it's a one-shot, I don't care if it's crappy! Heck, look at some of the rubbish I've subjected YOU to...
Disclaimed as always.
And here we go...
We wondered off to where the double doors opened onto a large entertaining room, leaving Kelly behind.
'You know, that was slightly mean the way you were tormenting her.'
Paul didn't reply.
'Hello? Oi! Slater! Are you listening to me at all?'
I don't like being ignored, ok?
I shook my head, 'How am I going to be able to deal with you?'
Just smirking at me, he pulled me towards one of the tables that everyone was starting to sit themselves at. Luckily for me, it was the one that Adam and Cee were sitting at, so I sat next to them with Paul's arm draped around me as the tables gradually filled up.
'Suze! You look beautiful!' Squealed Cee as soon as I sat down.
'Cheers Cee, you do as well! Doesn't she, Adam.'
'I'll say!' Adam winked at me, 'Why else would I have picked her to accompany me tonight, after you turned down my invitation to my room where- OUCH!'
CeeCee wacked him over his head, rolling her eyes at me.
Paul leant over from talking to Tucker and kissed my neck.
'You better not be planning on going to anyone else's room tonight other than mine, Simon.'
'I am actually, why? Does that ruin your plans for tonight if I want to sleep in in my own room?'
'Nope, I'll just come to yours instead.'
Shaking my head at him with my eyebrows raised, I turned towards a raised platform where Mr Walden had taken place and was calling for attention.
'Now everyone, I hope you have enjoyed the break so far.' A cheer erupted. 'Now, I have a few things to mention-'
Blah, blah, blah.
I lost attention fairly quickly, staring at the wall behind him.
I managed to jerk awake when he was saying his last few lines however!
Points for me!
'-I want to remind you to pack tomorrow as we will be leaving the day after at 9.00 am. Now enjoy the dance everyone!'
Thank God that was over.
'May I have this dance, Simon?'
Paul, laughing, pulled me out of my chair where we joined the rest of our year group.
I had been having a good time, I won't lie to you, I had been stolen by Adam for a dance but as soon as the dance was over he left to re-join CeeCee.
I walked to the open French windows leading to the balcony, the silk curtains were billowing like in some kind of movie.
I was alone, again.
I stood there, staring at the snow-capped mountains.
'You alright, Suze?' Paul stood by the doors.
I didn't respond. I don't know why, I just couldn't. I didn't know what was wrong with me.
'What is it, Suze?' He was getting closer now, I could feel the wind disturbed behind me on my bare shoulders.
I spread my fingers on the railing and a sharp wind flowed as if from my fingers…
'What's happening to me?' I whispered as I stared at my hand.
'You're shifting, from who you were to who you're meant to be.'
'I don't want it.' I felt like crying, curling my hand into a fist. 'So much has changed, I don't want anything to change.'
'You said you were happy things had changed earlier…'
'What is it, Suze?'
He was right behind me now; I could feel his hot breath against my skin.
I continued to stare mutely into the darkness.
'Forget him, Suze. Forget all of it. Stay with me and I'll teach you how to deal with all this. Stay with me, Simon, and you'll never have to feel that pain again.'
'Never is a really long time, you know that, right?' I turned to face him.
'Yes, I do.'
I couldn't stop them any longer. Tears rose to my eyes and split over at the exact time Paul's arms enclosed me.
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