"Ah god, do I have to really come to this party?" She groaned at her father who had apparently planned to go to this party of his friends. Yes, it was apparent but she never knew she had to go too. It had already been a stressful day with some high class idiot and now she really wasn't in the mood to get all dressed up and pretty. "Oh darling, it'll be good for you to go to a party and maybe I can get you a better job" She re quoted her fathers begging words as she began trying to find some at least decent and comfy for her to wear. No, there was no need for a real fancy dress. Grabbing at a black top which had a few fancy jems sewed on around the neck line, along with that she placed on a denim skirt and made sure it wasn't too short although she had slim legs and everything she wore made it look shorter than it was.
The car trip wasn't that long, it was just down the high street and viola they were there. It was kind of weird that she hadn't met this friend of her father before but apparently they were old school buddies and remained close. Her eyes scanned up at the tall house and began to wonder what kind of evening this was going to be, her father patting her arm as they were chauffeured into the building and instantly given a glass of champagne. "So, your friend... he's a snob" it rolled off her tongue before she could even think about it and her father hushed her and gave her a unimpressed look before turning and saying a welcome to some people he somehow knew. She felt out of place, why did she feel so out of place, well they seemed to have it all.. Staring around the big room she noticed people were chatting and laughing, even some dancing to some ball room music.
Noticing her father was beckoning her over to him which he stood with one guy, as she began walking over she caught a glimpse of that guy and froze, her eyes quickly making sure it was the him, it was.. the same guy from this morning and decided she really didn't want him to notice she had come here. Her hands reached out for a tree in a big pot which really didn't go well in the room but who was she to criticize them other than the fact that they were most likely to be snobs. Dragging it along the floor as she scurried behind many people who groaned disgustedly at her as she bumped into them but tried so hard not to get caught by him. He seemed to look more like an idiot than he did this morning and she moaned as she quickly stood from behind the tree and made sure not to be facing his way.
"Hi, sorry, that tree... it looked better over here.." The two men gave her a curious look and pushed that weird moment aside and her father introduce her to his friend that he'd been going on about the whole car ride.