Bodie and EmiliaBodie's heart beat fast.Bodie and Emilia in Scraps More Like This
He was dancing, putting all his heart into it. Well, maybe not all. Half his heart was skipping beats, as he looked at her.
His heart fluttered, as he saw the familiar face he had seen every day. Her silky brown hair was tied in a ponytail, her lips a ruby red, as well as her clothes. Bodie tried to focus on the dance they rehearsed the song they had danced to for the week: DJ Got Us Falling in Love Again. He smiled at the irony. Yes, he was in love. Ever since he came to the crew. He and Emilia were buds from the start.
Buds. He sighed. That was probably how she viewed him. Just a friend. Thinking about it put a lump in his throat. Lost in thought, he nearly missed a step in the dance, but snapped his mind back the other thing he loved. Dancing. With a small smile, he began to get back into the beat of rhythm.
As long as Emilia is happy, Bodie thought, then I'm happy.
Emilia kept a grin on as she danced to the music flowing thro
Bodie and Emilia: Love"So, why did you take me here?" Emilia asked. She didn't know if the excitement she usually kept hidden was oozing out.Bodie and Emilia: Love in Scraps More Like This
Bodie looked up from the menu, he was reading. Around him he saw the booth he and Emilia were in at the pizza parlour-the place where Bodie had asked her on a "date."
"Well, I..." he began, his face becoming flushed. "I wanted to talk to you about someth-someone," he had finally finished.
Emilia arched a perfectly trimmed eyebrow. "So talk," she said. She began to wonder who this someone was.
Maybe it's...she had thought, put quickly shoved that thought out of her mind. No Emilia, it's not you. Bodie is handsome, nice, and an awesome dancer. There are beautiful girls that practically adore him. Emilia tried not to show a trace of disappointment on her face.
Bodie was for once at a loss for words. What was he supposed to say? That he thought Emilia was beautiful, that he wanted to dance with her, that he loved her? He sighed. "There's a girl... who's real