I do not own Sonny with a Chance.
One year ago, Sonny's POV
It's official. I broke up with Chad. To be honest, I feel like it's one of the hardest things I've ever done. He really cared for me, but ordering that recount was the last straw. How could someone be THAT selfish? Can he really not accept the fact that he can't win every single award? I feel so stupid for ever getting together with a one-upper who was so full of himself. Suddenly, I felt myself lose it. I swear, Mel's probably gonna storm downstairs and yell at me to shut up. Just then, I hear a knock on my bedroom. I told whoever it was to come in. To my surprise (or not really, since my costars have been supportive of my breakup. Even Tawni), my costars were standing in my doorway.
"Hey," they all said. I was too sad to respond. Without saying another word, they all walked over to my desk and hugged me. I manage to choke out a faint "thanks". "Here," said Tawni, as she pulled out a small pint of vanilla ice cream and a spoon. "I wasn't sure what flavor to get so I got something plain and basic." I gratefully accepted it; after all, it's the thought that counts. At this moment, I don't really care what flavor ice cream I get; all I can think about is how dumb I was to get with someone who couldn't care less about the girl he supposedly is crazy about.
"Don't worry, I've got my pranks ready," said Zora, as she began reading her list. I stopped her, saying I was too upset to think about anything that has to do with Chad. Ugh, I'm doing it again. I cry even more while eating my ice cream.
"Look, I know we've had our differences, but trust me, I'll always be here for you," Tawni insisted and hugged me. I wasn't sure if I should thank her; in fact, I never know when she's telling the truth about something. But she did get me ice cream, so I guess I can say she cares.
After finishing my ice cream, my friends and I talked for a while. They offered to stay for as long as I wanted. I told them they could go whenever they wanted, and that I was going to be okay. But in reality, I wasn't.