Emily could tell Bella had really gone out of her way to fix lunch for her and Whitney. As of yet, Whitney hadn't came on her lunch break.
"You really shouldn't have." Emily stood there looking at the dining table with fresh flowers.
"Did you even know it was her birthday?" Bella snapped.
"You didn't say anything about that." Emily sighed. "Was I suppose to bring something?"
"She really needs us, you know." Bella explained.
"Oh, really? Since when?"
"Since I've decided she's my best friend." Bella told her.
"What will Whitney think about that?" Emily winced. "This is really strange. Have you ever had a best friend B?"
"Yes, I can name a few. Of course, Fish is my very best, but I've had friends. I have, you know."
"Yeah, I remember, but you hated that blond girl you used to hang out with. You said she used you." Emily reminded her.
"I was a baby then, OK." Bella glared at her as she sat out salads and fresh dressings from the fridge. "Do you think she's coming?"
"Its like 2 minutes past noon, you know." Emily pointed to the clock.
"I really hope she'll like this." Bella had presents for her. Even a white cake with little candles and hearts.
Emily just frowned as the doorbell rang. Like always Bella had to be the take all winner in what ever she did. Why did she even come?