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School had let out and couldn’t wait to get home. The house would be quiet and I could do whatever I wanted. Well, at least until my parents got home. I closed my locker and turned to walk down the hall. That's when I saw him. Pete Armstrong, the most gorgeous guy at school. I wanted to be with him. If only he could see for just a moment, I would him off his feet. I knew I wouldn’t be able to say much to him, because the butterflies in my stomach were dancing. I held my breath as I got closer to him. I knew what I'd say. I would tell him he looked good and then walk away.