With a ‘whack’, the light blue tennis racket rammed into the tennis ball. The green flew across the net, bounced once and then flew past the racket that reach out of her. A yell of frustration filled the air at the moment, followed by laughter. Evelyn rested her racket upon her shoulder as she grinned at her frustrated friend. “So I believe that means that you owe me a strawberry sundae,” the blonde stated.
All that she got in response was a grumble. Evelyn Valentine laughed again as she walked over to the bench and grabbed the towel that was there. The sun was now high in the sky, and the temperature definitely made it’s point that it was a hot summer day. But that’s why she and Jessica had started their practicing early in the morning. Taking a long drink of water, she turned to look at her pouting friend.
“Hey, don’t tell me you’re backing out of your bet,” Evelyn frowned as she brushed her chair length hair behind her ear.
Jessica shook her head as she sat the racket down. “No,” she let out a long sigh. “Just remind me not to take you up on another bet.”
Evelyn laughed, “Got it.”