“I totally know how leftout10 feels,” said Jenna. “In elementary school, when I was kind of friends with Tara for a bit in third grade, she was so controlling! She told me who I could play with and who I couldn’t play with. Then when we stopped being friends she told everyone not to be my friend. She even kept Katie and I apart for a while!” “That’s terrible!” Said Mary. “There were some kids like that at my elementary school too. Hey… checkout headphone1. Do you think that’s Cameron from down the street?”
Then she felt a tennis ball hit the back of her right arm. She turned to find herself on the tennis court facing her coach. “Winners don’t waste time Jenna! Work on that backhand!”
Jenna turned back desperately hoping to be back on stage with Harry singing to her. Unfortunately it was just the tall chain-link fence that went around the courts. She saw Mira standing there looking sad. She asked if she was okay. Suddenly Cameron was there and put his arm around Mira. They walked off together. Jenna grabbed the cold chain link fence with fingers curled around the wiry diamond shapes. She just watched them walk away until they disappeared into the distance.