Small towns

Jocelyn shrugged "Not likely anyone's ever heard of it. but Cottonwood Falls." she said taking a bit of her burger. "Not many people there, but mom and I moved out here a bit after the summer started," she said. "So not my home anymore, good riddance I say."

"Small towns tend to..what's the word to put it nicely. Well religion. Doesn't help." she trailed off. "I don't want to talk about it."

"That's cool, you don't have to tell anyone if you don't want to. Besides Politics and religion in a big group always makes trouble," said Conner to Jocelyn. "I was born and raised in this area. I could not imagine living in a small town. You are here now. So, what do you think?" asked Conner.


The girl shot all that out at once in a stream of words. Sunday only blink for a moment before responding. "Wow...that's a lot..." she pulled out an earbud to not talk overly loud. "Sunday," she said shortly. "If you're into that kind of thing I guess..." she said in reference to her commenting about all the hot guys. "I wasn't looking at them, I was trying to figure that table out." she said. Pointing to the rowdy jock table. "Jocks. Easy." Pointed to the cheer squad. "Cheerleaders. Easy." "Nerds. Easy." She pointed back to that table. "Them. Hard."

"They are a mixed bunch but they all know one other from one place or another. I know of some of them Conner there is JD's friend I know JD from middle school in Italy. I am in Cheer as well. I...I could go sit with them I guess. We could join them if you want we could mix it up even more." she says laughs lightly" She said to Sunday.

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