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Right, I’m sorry. I’m sure he’ll love your visit, and I know how you feel about your mom, I get the same way. Which is exactly why I’m planning on going to Spain.
Yeah, hopefully. Running away seems to work best, for a while, atleast.
Oh it will be. Is your dad expecting you or are you surprising him?
Well I’m kind of searching for him.. sort of. I know where he is, I just haven’t seen him since I was 12. But he doesn’t know I’m coming. I sent a postcard today giving him a heads up. I just need to get away from my mom for a bit.
Kind of same here. I’m ditching my parents and going to Spain.
That sounds really fun!
Amazing, as usual. What are your plans for the summer?
Thinking of ditching the family and going to see my dad in Cannes. What are your plans?
Exactly. So how are you Sean?
I’m doing awesome. How about yourself?
Don’t judge me.
Fun is definitely.. good
The Silver Medalist
“I was going to get here on time— but then there was this girl just screaming at the top of her lungs on fifth, it turned out her dog had run into the street. How could I not help?”Sean Lloyd | Hunter Parrish | 17 | Senior | TAKEN
First is the worst, second is the best; but who believes that anyways? Certainly not Sean Lloyd who has been stuck in the shadow of his best friend ever since the eighth grade. When Gabe began to turn heads, Sean was still in his awkward phase; with braces, acne, and skinny enough to be mistaken for a cancer patient. But after that summer Sean had grown half a foot, shed his braces and his skin cleared up. Sean was, catching up to Gabe - metaphorically speaking, of course. Right up until Gabe’s accident Sean was still trailing just a few seconds behind his best friend on the track field. When Gabe got hurt, Sean was the one to help carry him to the bench as they waited for the paramedics. He was distraught over his best friend’s misfortune until he realized that with Gabe out of the picture he could finally come in first.
Like his best friend, he had once been placed on Academic Probation. However, with the help of Gabe’s sister, Liv, he pulled out a B+ in chemistry, and got closer with a girl he’d always wondered about. Back in seventh grade Sean had once had a crush on Liv, but she had always been a goody-goody and was too much of a chase for his tastes. He had turned to hooking up with younger girls, but with his Academic Probation and all of his running, he didn’t have time for the chase anymore. Liv was easy, she was willing, and who was he to turn down a completely willing girl? He isn’t in love with her, but being a teenage boy, he really isn’t in the position to turn down sex anyhow.
The only part of his life that seems to be lacking is his home life. His father left for France when Sean was twelve, following his artistic vision to the rolling hills of Cannes. Even though he doesn’t blame him, it’s hard to live with his mother especially since his brother Noel is usually off doing ‘bigger and better things’ with his college friends, leaving him stranded at home. Though he tries his hardest to put up with his mom, a woman who tries so hard to hold on to her fleeting youth, it’s not uncommon for him to get frustrated with her, and he’s often late for school as he typically has to indulge her in the daily gossip and what’s happening with his friends. Sometimes he wonders if just telling her about Gossip Girl’s website would save him precious time.