A Strange Way to Fall in Love Chapter Nine
Juvenile detention was so boring. I had nothing to with Lola being gone. I mean usually we would just sit and hang out. But now that she was at hospital there was not much to do. I did not know any of the other kids around here. Most of them looked like freaks anyways.
After the incident I came back here to the juvenile detention. But I stayed over night then I had to go talk to Horatio.
I sat in one of the glass rooms in Horatio's building. Did he have bad news about Lola? Was Lola getting out and was I going to have to stay in longer? Or would it be the other way around?
"Kyle, it is good to see you," Horatio said as he walked in.
"Hey, you too," I said, "is something wrong?!"
"No, not at all! Lola should be here soon," he stated, "I just wanted to thank you before Lola got here! Thank you for keeping Lola safe and giving us the details that we needed."
"No problem. I am glad I could help," I said, "is everything all right with Lola?"
"Oh yeah, she is fine," he said as Lola walked in.
"Kyle," Lola laughed, "everything is fine! You worry way to much!"
"Sure, whatever," I said.
Lola came over and hugged me. I was sort surprised by it.
"Did you miss me," she asked.
"I did," I laughed, "I think that I was more worried about in stead!"
"I was totally fine; great acting by the way," she said.
"Thank you, thank you, I tried," I said jokingly.
"So Horatio, why did you bring us both here," Lola asked as she cut straight to the point, "we could have seen each other in juvy."
"Maybe I brought you two here because you would not be seeing each other in juvenile detention," Horatio said as Lola cut him off.
"Are you kidding," she asked, "I made a friend and now you are separating us?"
"Hold on, Lola," he said as Lola cut him off again.
"I know you said you would give us less time in juvy but I would rather have more time in there if that meant I would have a friend," she stated.
"Lola, if you let me finish I would tell you that you two are not getting separated," Horatio said a little angry, "I brought you two here to tell you that you are not going back to juvenile detention."
"Alright," I said as I sighed in relief.
"Then where are we going," Lola asked confused.
"Back to the orphanage where you two were original at," he said.
"Better than nothing," I shrugged.
It was a little disappointing having to go back to the orphanage but it was a lot better than juvenile detention.
"I guess that is true," she said disappointed.
I watched as Lola slumped down on the couch and sat there; still looking disappointed.
"Come on, Lola," I said, "it is not the end of the world!"
"It is going to be so boring after we did," Lola said, "is there anymore missions we can go on?!"
"No Lola," Horatio said oddly, "you cannot do that. Kyle, can you give Lola and I a minutes to talk?"
"Sure, I will wait outside," I said.
I walked out the door and watched as Lola and Horatio talked. I sat outside watching them talk. It was something serious too! Lola did not crack a smile. Well, she sometimes does not crack many smiles. I saw her stand up and point a finger at Horatio. She was also yelling. A cop came over to them and stepped in between; but Horatio said something to him and he went back to the corner. Horatio kept is cool the whole time while Lola was screaming. It looked as if she was ready to throw a chair across the room. She never threw it across the room but she did throw it into one of the glass walls. That is when Horatio got mad. Glass was everywhere. They were both screaming and the cop was just standing there speechless.
"What is going on," I asked as I walked in the room.
"Nothing," Lola sighed, "let's go!"
"Um, okay," I said sort of confused, "do you wanna talk about it!"
"Absolutely not," she said as she followed the cop out of the building.
"Okay," I shrugged.