I am actually enjoying myself. I didn't think I would, but I am. Noah, the boy from the bus, is also talking to me. Boys aren't as weird or bad as my parents say. I don't know why my parents always said no whenever I even mentioned one. I guess I'll never know why.
Meanwhile back at Rupika's house...
She's not getting away! We're finding her and driving her back home!
Where is our daughter?! I thought she was studying!
POV of parents: We can't let her become distracted by fashion, makeup, or boys. She needs to become a doctor to become successful and rich. We know what she needs. It's our job as parents.
Where is our daughter?! I thought she was studying here!
I knew it! I knew she applied secretly to a far away college! We need to protect her.
Back at the party
I had done a lot of things this night that broke my parents rules. But I don't care anymore. At this college, I'll be able to do things I actually want.
I found my passion in painting. I would draw and paint almost all day as a child, but when my parents saw the pictures, they told me to stop. They told me painting was a stupid hobby that was useless
Good job Rupika! Keep this up and you'll be selling your art for a living!
During the next couple days...
I also found my hidden talent: playing the piano. I have never played an instrument during my childhood. I don't regret leaving and coming here. I've learned so much about myself. I've discovered new interests and met new people.
Wow! I haven't heard someone this good in years! You're a true musician!
Unknown to me, my parents had discovered where my college and were driving there.