Commission: Boy-Meets-Girl|SeptemberSEPTEMBERMore Like This
David Krumbean sighed, glumly staring out the window as his father's car soared down the road.
He sat in the backseat, gazing out the window at the gorgeous suburban town for what felt like the first time since they had moved to the vast beaches of Key West. Actually, it probably was the first time. Since the move, he'd spent a lot of his time in his room playing video games, keeping the shades drawn so the sun wouldn't get on the TV screen. David hadn't wanted to move, he hadn't wanted to leave all his friends behind in their old town, and he certainly didn't want to go to a new school. The move had been over the summer, giving his parents plenty of time to enroll him in whatever school they had chosen.
David's seatbelt felt a little too tight, like it was choking him. He was vaguely aware that his palms were sweaty, and he wiped them on his brown cargo shorts. He was trying to ignore the knapsack on the