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Hello, my fellow readers. Well, this is it. It's the moment you've all been waiting for. This is the mother of all births. We are about to witness the birth of the Rucas baby.

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Poor Riles, this whole thing really got her worked up she is way too tense. I wanted to say slow down Riles, or calm down but just when I was about to say it Lucas' parents came out of the room saying he was still asleep but we could go in.

Of course Riley and I went. He didn't look like Ranger Rick anymore; he looked like Lucas who needed friends during a time of questions. I immediately called Isaiah and Farkle which I had forgotten to do earlier. So it was just me and my unconscious friend one of my best too. Hoping that he wouldn't wake up at that moment I began talking about the day we first met, our first kiss, and how he always was there for me, then somehow I ended up talking about how I wouldn't be able to live without him he was always anchoring me down and reminding me of what's right "I just don't want to even think about…" "You don't have to.

You heard all of that I'm sorry. I woke up to the sound of Riley's concerned voice, but I decided to wait just a little longer and keep my eyes shut to hear what she was saying. She started talking about all of the big moments we had and then started to trail off on to if she had to live without me… but I wasn't going anywhere. She quickly apologized and started to stutter.

I put my hand on her neck "it's ok. Well after having my parents come in and the Matthews family I had to endure the worst. Stitches and making sure my bone in my foot was set. I also had to wear a steel brace for my spine which was apparently weakened. I was so relieved to know that none of this would hurt my baseball dreams, just as I started to get super happy the doctor told me "You need to rest for quite awhile and will need a wheelchair.

I came back to the hospital the next day with a get well card and a stuffed horse. I asked at the front desk what Lucas' new room was "C I peeked in the door's window before I went in and to my surprise he looked ok. Wheelchair, Surgery, broken bones, and casts… all because of two mad kids? I wonder what happened to them. I got overwhelmed thinking about it plus the part about me missing just about the most important games of my life!

The baseball scouts usually don't want a kid with two broken ribs and in a wheelchair. I learned baseball cleats can do a lot of damage to a human body. I guess I started crying because all I remember was a knock at the door and my hand felt wet when I pulled it out from under my chin where it was resting. Quickly, wiping my face off I stared at the T.

I saw Riley's soft small face peak around the corner of the door. He replied once again giving me that grin of his. I gave him the card and stuffed horse. He laughed. I looked at the card it had every name in the class from Mr. Matthews to Alex but one name was missing. I was finally able to go home; but I still had the brace, two casts' one on my foot and wrist and the wheelchair. I didn't know how Lucas would be able to go to his classes that were upstairs, I didn't know how he was supposed to fit some wheelchair through the doors' I didn't know how he was supposed to sit at a desk that barely had enough room for a chair let alone a wheelchair.

He wheeled in on his first day back it seemed time stopped. When I wheeled in the front door Farkle decided to be my helper since we had all of the exact same classes. I saw all of the kids staring at me, it's been three days they all have had to of heard by now. I just kept wheeling still trying to get the hang of it as me and Farkle talked all the way to class. The first time I saw Lucas in the wheelchair was when he and Farkle walked into history class.

The wheelchair's frame was red while the accents were black. It was so much smaller than expected. Lucas had already had science class so I guess he already figured out how he was going to do it? Everyone was just silent as he wheeled down the row. He pushed down one of the sides of the chair and somehow slid into his desk chair. Farkle wheeled the chair to the corner of the room where it would be out of the way.

I started to think about if he was in worse shape, but I quickly lost sight of that point when my dad started the lesson. Gabriella was a beloved senator of Arizona she was a happy and nice person until January 8, , she was shot in the head. They thought she would not be able to live or recover. Despite all odds, she recovered. She recovered from the undeserved attack.

My dad glanced at Lucas who kept his head down. When class was over I realized English was upstairs, I talked to Mr. Matthews and he showed me and Farkle something we didn't know about the school. There is an elevator for the janitor or handicapped me. Janitor Harley was ok with us using it. So we went to English. I got the hand of steering and using its features, but there was something odd about school, Zay still wasn't back, I decided to ask my mom for a ride to his house, their apartment has an elevator.

Nice to see you! I pushed the door open then wheeled though. He was onto me, I knew it. So I just took a breath and said "Maya thinks I got you into trouble again and this is how they got back at you. Lucas' eyes looked like he saw a ghost. And if you did it's what friends do, You did not cause this! I will tell them myself. Just as I got back to my doodling he came back in. Story Story Writer Forum Community.

Lucas was the victim of a undeserved attack that paused his normal life. Will his friends unite to help him recover? Or will they separate and lose each other. Riley's POV So it was just me and my unconscious friend one of my best too. Lucas' POV I woke up to the sound of Riley's concerned voice, but I decided to wait just a little longer and keep my eyes shut to hear what she was saying. Riley's POV I didn't know how Lucas would be able to go to his classes that were upstairs, I didn't know how he was supposed to fit some wheelchair through the doors' I didn't know how he was supposed to sit at a desk that barely had enough room for a chair let alone a wheelchair.

Lucas' POV When I wheeled in the front door Farkle decided to be my helper since we had all of the exact same classes. Chapter 1 2. Chapter 2 3. Chapter 3 4. Chapter 4 5. The author would like to thank you for your continued support.

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I'm so sorry for taking so long I've been in the hospital these days. I wasn't doing so well but I'm back now. Here's another chapter. They left the room leaving Josh and Maya alone. Josh, it's not only about taking me to class.

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Poor Riles, this whole thing really got her worked up she is way too tense. I wanted to say slow down Riles, or calm down but just when I was about to say it Lucas' parents came out of the room saying he was still asleep but we could go in. Of course Riley and I went. He didn't look like Ranger Rick anymore; he looked like Lucas who needed friends during a time of questions.

Riley Matthews and Maya Hart walked into their 7th grade history class, and their teacher was none other than Cory Matthews. The girls took their seats and started chatting about what their plans were for this weekend. We will talk about what it was like to live in Mississippi back in the s and s," said Cory. After everyone had received a book, Cory started talking again. The whole class groaned. Thirty minutes later, Cory gave the class notes on the chapter. Soon afterwards, the bell rang, and Lucas, Riley, Farkle, and Maya headed home. Maya and Farkle walked toward their apartments, and Lucas and Riley walked toward their apartments. On the way to their apartment building, Lucas held Riley's hand, not just because their were on the streets of New York alone, but because he liked her. Yes, Lucas Friar liked Riley Matthews.

So, I just took out the part where he proposed to her because I couldn't think of a sequel except for college and marriage and kids. So I just picked up where I left off before I skipped to five years later. They ate their lunch in a comfortable silence. Soon, the bell rang to go to Mr. Matthew's history class.

That's all she heard through the seven-hour car ride.

The door to Maya's room creaks open. She's been up for hours anyway, so it's not all too hard to snap upright in her bed, picking out a shadowy figure slipping in and easing the door closed behind them. She recognizes the lean lines of the person's body easily. The other girl steps out of the shadows, what little moonlight that sneaks in through the curtains making her glow, or maybe that's just the post-heist glow that Maya's come to know so well.

As the three of them walked around the museum, Maya started to feel dizzy and clutched her stomach. Noticing this, Shawn looked at her worriedly "I think it's time we get you back Maya. A bystander shouted out "Call an ambulance!

I am so happy that y'all loved the last chapter! I know it may seem a little cliche, and I'm not really the type to mostly write cliche things, but I couldn't help it. I knew I wanted to make it happen, and I was trying to hint at in This is Growing Up and in some of the chapters this story, but I'm not sure how good of a job I did with that. But anyway, I am so happy to read y'alls reviews and to see that y'all love what I'm doing with the story so far just makes me happy to write for y'all. There will be some moments of confusion in this chapter about certain things that should be talked about, but I will address those in the story, soon.

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Mar 28, - Lucas yelled, turning back the face her, while Riley tried her best to ignore Josh walked in, his eyes syncing with the wheelchair-bound girl.

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