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A few months later
I didn't have too many expectations for my sophomore year. Sure, I was going to try out for the highly appraised volleyball team at Magix, and possibly sing a couple songs for open mic night. Then there's grades and actually passing school. But no. Protector of Magix and Purposeful me just has to be a star, a celebrity of sorts. And let me tell you something, signing autographs looked harder than it seemed.
"I think my hand's about to fall off," I whispered to Lexi.
She snickered. "Actually, I think I could get use to this," her long magenta hair was in a slouchy ponytail, strands of bright tangerine falling in her fair colored face. That was Lexi for you. The living rainbow as I like to call her.
"Alright," Mrs. Collins said as she came into the room. "Settle down everyone."
It had only been one week since my second year at Magix Academy started. So far, it was surprisingly pleasant. Okay, that was a lie. A big lie. I
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When I finally rolled out of bed, I felt like I had a hangover. So maybe doing teenager things didn't involve eating buckets beyond buckets of junk food and soda. It was my best guess to be honest. I had to shake it off. When I sat up and tried to come to reality I saw that Joey wasn't there. His stuff was still here, thank God. It was a sign that he didn't hate me like I thought he did.
I headed to the bathroom and took a shower, like I normally do every morning. But, before I could rap myself in a towel, when I finished, I puked once more. It was official: I had to get rid of my Earth food stash. I dried the mess sitting on top of my head. I quickly ran to my regular room and got on so fresh, non-slutty looking clothes.
Before I could even brush my hair or put on my tie-dyed socks, I heard Stella and Tess let off a terrifying scream. It was Dana; I could feel the awfulness brewing inside of my stomach. I grabbed my shoes and rapidly ran down the ha