Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 But then Mrs. Duvall urged me to apply to just one out-of-state school, just in case, just to have the option—so I applied to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
It has a strong liberal arts. Going far away, that was her dream. The perfect storybook campus, the perfect everything. And, of course, Peter.
Then he drives me home. Give me my good-night kiss, he says. Stubbornly he closes his eyes and waits, and I lean forward and plant a quick kiss on his lips. He kisses me again like we have all the time in the world and says, What would happen if I came back after everyone went to sleep, and I spent the night, and left really early in the morning? Like, before dawn?
He gives my braid a tug before saying, Not having to say good night. I hate saying good night. Me too, I say, and I kiss him one more time before jumping out of the car and running toward my house. On the way, I look up at the moon, at all the stars that cover the night sky like a blanket, and I make a wish. Dear God, please, please let me get into UVA. Hold it up closer, Margot says, squinting into the camera.
It really suits her. We are five hours and 3, miles apart. Then I say go with the pink, she says, adjusting her sheet mask. Pink will pop more. Last night I spent hours blowing the yolks out of the shells.
Sometime this month. I start lining up pearls in a row. Part of me wishes I could just get this over with, but another part of me is glad to have this time of not knowing, of still hoping.
Everyone around me seems to think that my getting into UVA is a foregone conclusion. Peter, Kitty, Margot, my dad. My guidance counselor, Mrs.
At this point, all I can do is wait, and hope. And hope and hope. Wait a minute. If I get in, are you going to try to convince me to go somewhere else, just so I can spread my wings? Margot laughs, and her sheet mask slips down her face. Readjusting it, she says, No.
She means it, I can tell. Just like that, her words make it so. I trust me too. And for me, UVA is best. I know it. So make your own friends. Find your people. UVA is big. And make sure you join the Asian association. Like Tim. Tim Monahan is Korean, and he was adopted. She is quick to add, No judgment if so! The whole thing seems silly to me, but it could be worth it.
I hear sorority girls like to craft. She waggles her eyebrows at me. Margot moves closer to the camera to look. You should go into the egg-decorating business! I want to see the other ones. I hold up the egg carton. I was glad to have an excuse to use that dried lavender. It always looks so dreary and hospitaly there. I spin the egg in my hand. I set the Marie Antoinette egg down on the rack to dry, and I pick up a lilac egg and begin affixing it with candy-colored gemstones.
I want to introduce Ravi to Stormy. His parents are from India, but he was born in London, so his accent is as posh as you might imagine. Not in a snobby way, but definitely different. More cultured, probably from living in such a grand city, and going to the theater whenever he wants, and meeting dignitaries and the like because his mother is a diplomat.
The plan is for Ravi to stay at our house for two nights and then fly to Texas to see relatives. Margot will stay here with us for the rest of the week. Upload Sign In Join. Create a List. Download to App. Length: pages 4 hours.
I Still Love You. Lara Jean is having the best senior year a girl could ever hope for. But change is looming on the horizon. Most pressingly, where she wants to go to college and what that means for her relationship with Peter. She watched her sister Margot go through these growing pains. When your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to? Related Categories. Related Authors. My phone buzzes in my purse. Do you want to go? Then why were you staring at me?
Because I felt like it. Pammy crinkles up her nose and says, So adorable. For the record, I think you would look great with bangs! Sorry, I start to say, but he is kissing me again, his hands firm on my back. Nothing, I say. Peter laughs. I relax. Oh, yeah. Peter runs up the brick steps Rocky-style and plops down. Did you read that in the brochure? Peter teases, planting a kiss on my neck. Dreamily, I say, I learned it when I went on the tour last year.
Intrigued, Peter says, Whoa. Okay, tell me more facts about UVA. You go first. What are you most excited about? Streaking the lawn with you. I thought you were all about UVA traditions. Come on! Peter pulls his phone out of his hoodie pocket. We should go soon. I sigh. I like being here late at night. It feels like the whole place is ours. I laugh. I have to go. But what if? My dad would kill me. Me too, I say. Only a little while longer before you find out, right?
I will, I promise. Tim who? Tim Monahan, from my class. Peter will probably join a fraternity, though. Speaking of which. I hold up my egg for her. What are you going to do with them? Margot asks. Margot leans back against her pillows.
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