NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 9

It turns out the Derek Smool had an abnormal DDK. It seems that his DDK was only fifty-five years. So, he was only about thirty years off. How sad it must be for his family, I wonder. He had a girlfriend and three siblings. One of them was only two years old.
The site also states, that he has been very sick since he was little. So, the doctors (thought they) gave him a good prediction. I’ve always wondered how the doctors made the predictions. Sure, for him it might have been easy as he was sick, but how did they predict me as being a long one? I guess I’ll never find out.
Through the corner of my eye, I see Jared. I quickly close the screen and put up a blog that I like reading through every once in a while. “Finally, I got my log in code, after about a month of talking to my teachers about it. I’m sure you know what I mean, let’s just say, they can be a little bit taunting and additionally annoying.” He tells me.
The bell rings, we say goodbye, and I make my way to my next class.
I find Leah and I walk upstairs to our class with her. We have language now, so this should be a pretty relaxing class. Thankfully, our teacher, Mrs. Jones let’s us talk. I take this time to talk to Leah about my discovery’s of Derek.
After telling her my research and thoughts she is in complete and utter shock. “I can’t believe that Derek had a DDK of 50 years! That must be one of the lowest DDK’s in history, or ever for that matter! I wonder how his parents felt when they heard this!” she says. I agree with her they must have been very hurt.
By the end of the day, we are all pretty tired and out of it, so our teacher lets us leave early. Thank goodness she did, as I don’t know how long I would’ve lasted.

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