fling! Without warning, my lip let lose like a retractable shade.
Hmm,has she had work done? I saw him tilt his head and raise his brow.
Karl cringed and smiled back at me awkwardly. We both let out two uncomfortable chuckles.
My brother stood talking with Amber Tamblyn. Ah, perfect timing, I will walk up and he will introduce me.
But as I walked up, my father, interrupted them, pulling my brother’s attention to the side. I stood before her, awaiting my brother’s return and his introductions. We stood face to face, maybe two feet apart. Both of us awkwardly avoiding eye contact. He will be finishing up with my dad at any moment, I thought to myself. But the moment turned into five minutes, five very long, uncomfortable minutes for both of us.
I stood there staring at her, dumbly, smiling.
Her feet shifted uncomfortably. I could tell she felt uneasy with me. And it was obvious why.
And that was my simple journey from a whinnie smile to a winning smile.