No way of knowing
Oh, how she couldn't wait to wrap her hands around his neck for being such a bastard and forgetting about her.
She didn't even want to think about the girl with him. She couldn't wait to stick a fork in that bitch's eye.
She weaved through the maze of tables with McKenna and Carolina struggling to catch up with her. If they didn't catch up to her before she got to Andy, all hell would break loose.
But when she got to table five, Andy and the girl were gone; both their plates already cleared away.
"Lily!" McKenna and Carolina finally caught up with her
Lily didn't know what to do now. She had Andy's number crumpled up in her back pocket but talking on the phone or texting just wasn't the same as seeing him in front of her.
"Are you sure you're okay, Lily?" Carolina asked.
"Seriously, Lily. What's going on between you and this guy?" McKenna said. "He's making you act really weird."
Lily just stood there staring at the now vacant place where Andy had once been. That spot in the booth was now just like the vacant spot her had left in her heart.
Carolina and McKenna looked at each other, both unsure of what to do next.
"I have an idea." McKenna spoke up.
Lily tore her gaze away from the empty seat and looked at McKenna.
"Let's go out tonight. It'll be fun. We can have a girls night at the club, meet some hot guys, and get your mind off Andy." She suggested.
Lily thought about it. McKenna was right. She didn't need Andy.It seemed Andy had moved on and he probably just wanted to talk about putting their friendship to rest. She should move on, too.
"Yeah," Lily agreed. "You're right. That does sound fun."
"Yay!" McKenna squealed. "We'll go as soon as Rob closes up for the night."
"Thank god we got out of there when we did. The lights were hurting my eyes." Juliet complained.
"Yeah, cause it's all about you..." Andy mumbled.
"What was that?" Juliet snapped her head in Andy's direction.
"Nothing..." He muttered, secretly rolling his eyes at her.
Juliet had began to become a real bitch since Lily showed up in L.A.
"Can we go out tonight, Andy pandy?" Juliet snuggled up into his side.
"Juliet, get off me. I'm driving." Andy was getting real annoyed with her.
"Touchy..." She commented, sliding back into her seat. "So we're not going out tonight?" She pouted.
Andy sighed. "Do you really want to?"
"Fine... Anything for you, baby."
"I don't want this just to be about me. I want you to have fun, too. You need to get your mind off that girl at the restaurant and more of your attention on me."
Andy was about ready to punch a hole in the windshield. He loved Juliet but he couldn't get his mind off Lily. Seeing her again brought him back to the times they spent together when they were teenagers.
He needed to talk to her. He needed to know why she stopped writing to him. He needed to know if they could ever continue on with the friendship they had. He wanted to start up again where they had last left off. And if not, he needed closure. He couldn't stand not knowing.