Sure, living in a place made of glass was not where Harry thought he was going to be living. She always wanted to live in an awesomely cool house, but this was just…weird. He wasn’t sure why the government wanted teens in the house and not little kids. He would have preferred his younger siblings be in here instead of him. But that was just because he was one of the most protective people he’s ever known. He learned it from watching his dad be protective of his mom and he wanted to be that guy to the girl he would one day marry. At least the rooms weren’t see through. That would have been awful. Plus, they were single rooms. He didn’t think he’d be able to handle having a roommate in all honesty.
Standing in front of the mirror, he shook his head to get his curls to settle naturally on his face. He had a habit of flipping his hair, so he hoped Erika wouldn’t get too annoyed by it. He needed a friend, especially now since he had to leave his family. And he was going to make it his goal to make Erika smile. She was really upset about the whole thing and he just wanted her to look on the bright side. Maybe he should learn to take his own advice….
Pulling out the map from his back pocket, he noticed that Erika’s room wasn’t a far walk away from his. He wondered when everyone else would come out, but he understood that people needed their time. He got to her room in five minutes and rubbed his hands together before knocking on the door and waiting for her to answer.