Katherine sat opposite me with a confused look on her face opposite me. She glanced up and stared hard at my face.
“Those Vampire won’t find us straight away, but when they do…” I shuddered along with the other three. “What can we do?” she sagte as she buried her face in her knees.
“I think I know someone who can help us,” Damon sagte wonderingly. “Katherine, I think it would be much easier if you…stayed here, rather than come with us,” he added. She stood up angrily.
“Why? I have every right to walk outside!” she sagte as she clenched her fists.
“Katherine, Du look exactly like Elena. It will cause complications,” Stefan piped up. His face looked drained and worried, just like Damon’s.
“I don’t care. I’m coming with you. I promise I won’t be seen.” She said, pulling on her jacket. Damon’s eyes rolled and he too grabbed his black leather jacket. Their dark clothes seemed to make them match and they looked really good with each other. I saw their gazes meet and Damon smiled suddenly and looked away. So did Katherine. I knew I couldn’t help that they had a history, but it still bugged me.
We all left the house silently and piled into my car. All of us apart from Katherine, that is. She darted off through the trees when Damon had told her where we were meeting. I sped off and headed for the high school. As I pulled up a few jocks sprinted past the car laughing and chatting loudly. Saturdays were football practice. I saw Matt walking with Caroline who was literally skipping beside him. They stopped in the middle of the parking lot and kissed passionately for a few moments. I smiled. It was great that Matt had someone. Being alone without his mum oder Vicky must have been hard. As they disappeared out of the lot, we piled out of the car and ran inside the school. It was empty and quiet. We stood around for a while until Katherine’s face peered around the door.
“All clear?” she whispered, and Damon nodded. She smiled and walked in, closing the door softly behind her. We walked swiftly down the corridor and Damon knocked on the classroom door. I heard a muffled ‘come in’ from behind it and we entered the room.