I shook my head, and I was assured that Cyrus would have a reason to glance at my side one of these days. Even if he didn’t do that, I wouldn’t stop trying until I got my prized man. Seeing that he didn’t take notice of my presence, I had done some of the most stupid things that could ever be heard of the lady .
Sometimes, I would jump and shout excitedly whenever I knew he was within my earshot, hoping that he would look at me. Most times, I always catch myself blushing at him even when he didn’t seem to care about me. Despite all these, he didn’t take a second glance at me; instead, he would be so engrossed in whatever he was doing. And that hurt me a lot.
I was so engrossed in making him notice him at the party we were and didn’t stop until Janet smacked my head.
‘Take a hike, girl. Sacred Cove awaits your tour’, Janet muttered, clamped a red cup of slush punch in my hand, and urged me towards another side of the beach.
Janet always knew how to make me stop rambling about Cyrus. So, she sent me far from the place the party was rocking, and I couldn’t help but appreciate her. I saw that one of the blankets was free and trudged towards it. Before I started working myself up about Cyrus, I had been trying to argue with them that I couldn’t enter the water with them.