You sit down in the césped, hierba and decide that it is a good día to do nothing. To your right, tu heard children squealing and playing, and to your left, tu can hear a soccer game going on. tu decide that tu should listen to what’s going on. From what tu can hear, there is only one person making all of the goals. This surprises you. tu used to play soccer. At least before...

    “LOOK OUT!!!” calls someone on the field, but it was too late. The ball hit tu square in the face. tu swore loudly and tried to find the person who had kicked the ball. “Alright, who the hell kicked that!?” one of the boys shout. tu heard foot steps running towards you. “God, are tu alright?” He asked. tu huff. “Yeah, I’m fine.” tu say bitterly, “I got hit like that all the time when I played so It’s no big deal. Get back to your mostrar barco game of soccer.” The boy in front of tu was quiet for a while.

    “A hero would never leave an innocent girl all por herself in a strange place.” tu laugh. Not because tu were trying to be cute, but because tu thought he was really stupid. “I know how to take care of myself... what did tu say your name was?” The boy chuckled. “Alfred F. Jones, at your service.” tu sigh dramatically. “Well, Alfred, I’m (y/n).” tu stick out your hand and find that his is already there. tu feel yourself blush with embarrassment.

    Alfred starts the conversation. “So, what are tu doing out here on a gloomy día like today?” tu sigh. “I didn’t know it was that bad outside today.” tu can practically feel the frown of confusion on Alfred’s face. “How would tu not know?” tu puñetazo, ponche at where he should have been, but he wasn’t there. tu cursed under your breath and said, “I thought that the dark glasses gave it away. I’m blind tu pinhead!” For a while, tu don’t hear the American say anything.

    You took the opportunity to read your book. He was so quite, tu had completely forgotten he was there. that is, until he said, “(y/n)?” tu sigh and put your book down. “What is it.” tu ask drearily. “How often do tu come to the park?” he asked. YOu shrug. “Almost every day. Why?” tu hear the American stutter. “N-no reason!!! You’re just cool to hang out with tu don’t try to hook up with me because of my looks o anything.” tu say nothing. tu hear the american’s palm tortazo his face. “Right. Stupid me! tu can’t.”

    You continue to stay silent. After about 10 más minutes, your phone’s alarm goes off. tu stretch and stand up. “Well, I best be off.” tu say, “Fair well, Alfred.” tu start walking away, but Alfred says, “Wait!” tu comply. “Yes?” tu ask. tu hear shuffling of feet and tu assume that it’s Alfred. “Would tu like me to walk me home?” he asked. tu shake your head. “I know the way here and the way back to my house like the back of my hand.” tu say. tu hear the American sigh. “But thanks anyways.” tu add hastily. tu wave to him and tu walk home.

{Magical time skip to when tu arrive at your apartment}

    You unlock your door and walk inside. “I’m home, (older cousin’s name)!” tu head to the cocina and open the fridge. ‘Well that’s unusual.’ tu think. (older cousin’s name) always made tu meals before he/she left. In fact, he/she was almost never home. tu groan. tu decide that tu might as well finish your book in your room, then tu think abut your day. Who was that person tu were talking to? He seemed nice enough and tu got the feel in that he wasn’t going to try to perve on tu o rape tu o anything. he was too proud of himself to get that low. tu had to admit, he was such a kind person. And the way his hand felt in your hand...

    ‘NO!’ tu thought to yourself, ‘I just met this guy!’ tu sighed and presses your alarm clock so it would tell tu what time it was. “Ten Twenty-Seven PM.” It said. tu yawned. ‘Maybe I’ll see him tomorrow.’ tu think to yourself as tu drift to sleep’