Hola, chicas! I’m currently lounging in a purple, faux-fur bean bag in the cabana; the PC and I were too tired to go back to our own houses for the night, so we just came back here to hang out and sleep. A re-run of Pretty Little Liars is playing on the flat screen in front of us and Claire’s explaining to us her theories about who ‘A’ could be, since she wants to figure it out herself before next week’s season finale. I quickly laugh to myself as I want to figure out the same exact thing. It’s really late and our eyes are beginning to fold shut, but I want to document our day on my blah-g before the night is over. The news will spread through OCD Prep like wildfire, so I need to make sure it comes from me first.
I threw my hair up into a quick mid-pony and rushed out of my en-suite bathroom to change into a pair of dark wash skinny jeans and a plain black v-neck tee. My appearance this morning didn’t mean too much to me, as I was going to Massie’s house for the day instead of school. After changing, I grabbed my purse from the wall hook it was hanging on, picked my phone up and walked out of my room. As I went to grab the keys to my BMW, I saw a short little note from my mother sitting next to them that read:
I called the school, Alicia. You’re excused. Have fun today! x, Mom
Great! I hadn’t even left my house yet and the day was already going well. I skipped outside, hopped in my car, sent a quick text to the girls letting them know I’d be there soon, and pulled out of the estate drive with my favourite songs playing through the speakers.
Kristen, Dylan, and I slid open the barn door to the Block’s spa and were instantly ushered in by an obviously anxious alpha.
“Ehmagawd, it’s about time you arrived! We have so much to do to get ready for this evening, ladies!” Massie announced, making our stomachs churn with excitement and nervousness for the upcoming night. “Okay, so Jakkob is on his way now. He’ll start with Claire, then Dylan, then Kristen, then Alicia, then me. The manicurist and pedicurist are already working on Claire’s nails, well the little bits of nails she has left, but feel free to go over there for your own turn whenever they’re done. Inez has prepared a light lunch for us, which is waiting on the table over there, and she has brought your cocktail dresses, shoes, and accessories over from the main house as well. They’re hung on that rack in the corner,” she listed whilst pointing each thing out and reading our minds as to what we needed to do.
Step-by-step, the PC and I prepared for our exclusive friday night GLU (girls like us and also, for tonight only, guys like us) event. Tonight was the opening night in theaters for the Insurgent movie and we had planned out and made a whole special night out of it. What’s the point in doing something anyone at school can do if you don’t make it even more special for those higher in the monarchy? So that’s what we did. The girls and I handed out VIP invites during lunch last Friday to those high enough on the elite scale and worthy enough to go out with us for a whole night. Obvi x10 we gave invites to our boyfriends ahead of time. At lunch we handed them out to four more girls and two more guys: Olivia Ryan, Shelby Wexler, Alexandra Evans, Katerina Marks, and then two of the boys’ friends.
With everything we had planned, anyone who wasn’t invited was going to be red-hot jealous x100.
After we were done with our beautification, we hopped in the sleek, black, hummer limo which had arrived right on time and drove off to pick up the other VIP’s. Mock-tails were poured and shared, music played, and everyone enjoyed the ride. Soon after, the driver pulled up to one of Westchester’s best sushi restaurants – where we’d made reservations at earlier in the week. We slid out from the limo and gracefully made an entrance. The food was absolutely scrumptious: fried calamari, california rolls aplenty, shanghai rolls, steamed dumplings, gourmet hamachi, and a couple other items. Like I said, delicious!
The food came and went, the checks were paid for, tips given, and eventually we piled into the limo once again. Only this time, it was actually show time. It was 9:15 pm and the movie began at 10pm; we wanted to make sure we would arrive early enough to get our snacks or candy, as well as good seats. I sat between Josh and Alexandra, who I had found during dinner that I have a lot in common with. Other people started crowding around us, but that only made us even more thrilled. All of us were obsessed with Divergent when it showed and we were all absolutely positively sure that we’d feel the same way about this sequel. Minutes later, the lights dimmed, the introduction clicked on, and the theater atmosphere filled with screams of excitement.
This was it! Insurgent!! The movie I’d been waiting so long to see was beginning!
The Gossip Gazette:
♥ I just couldn’t resist writing about this! I was way too excited about going to see the Insurgent movie with my own friends last night so I thought it was a perfect idea to have Alicia and the PC do the same! Only they had a much more special night planned for it.