The HeartIt seemed pointless to even try and confide her feelings to anyone. They would simply tell her it was only a crush, Chizu thought unhappily. No one really ever took her for a smart girl, but she knew what love was. It had been a week since she realized her true feelings for Jong, and a week since she'd slept decently.
Reaching the kitchen, she opened the freezer and pulled out the ice cream, along with some chocolate syrup and cherries from the fridge. After filling the vanilla ice cream container with cherries and the chocolate syrup, she walked to the couch and turned on the TV.
After flipping through most of the channels, she decided to watch, "When the Night Sky Cries" which did little to make her feel any better. But with a plot like, "guy tells girl he loves her, has an accident, girl cries, tells guy she loves him, guy dies, and girl sleeps with his best friend" How was she sup
Is This What Love Feels Like?Pulling her normal everyday top on, Chizu thought about her customers words. What did he mean by "Your mind is else where."? Her mind was where it needed to be. She gave her customers the attention they paid for and even a couple drinks on the house. If anything she was more generous than normal. Work seemed to be the only place that could pull her mind away from the pain she would feel in her chest when she would watch Jong flirt with other girls. She didn't quite understand why her chest would hurt, but that didn't stop it from feeling as though it were going to rip in two. She didn't understand the sadness she would feel she watched him leave, or the tears that followed his departure. Sighing she gathered her things together and readied to leave.
Waking out of the club, she wrapped her arms around herself as a cold breeze swept over her. Looking at the dark sky, she made he