Of course I miss you already. It’s been three days. I got so used to seeing you every day at school that it feels like there’s a big hole next to me, even though it’s not like you were constantly there.
And that completes The Teeth, book 13 of Chatoyant College.
As usual, I’ll be taking a short break before starting the next part, which will be a summer interlude. This “book” will have a different structure–I’ll be sharing emails, and possibly phone calls, between the characters during their summer break. We won’t be limited to just Corrie, Edie, and Dawn, either! I hope you’ll enjoy this different perspective.
As to whether there will be a return to Chatoyant College for Corrie, Edie, and Dawn’s sophomore year… we’ll have to see, won’t we?
Saturday, May 27
Corrie got back from the shower, rubbing her hair dry, and immediately checked her phone. No call from Professor Lal. She would have been surprised to get one so early, but she still wanted to check. She hoped they could get the chat with Troy and Link over with quickly.
Not that she would be able to enjoy her last weekend on campus very much regardless.
There is no new chapter of Chatoyant College today because I’m busy celebrating with my family. I hope that if you celebrate Christmas, you have had a wonderful day!
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So, if you would head over there and leave me a comment, I’d really appreciate it!