Everything, I repeat, everything is falling apart.
After that idiot commoner Autumn kicked me off the cheer squad, I had to reevaluate my plans to dominate the school. And what better way than being Class President? With the power and influence I have, winning this race should be a no brainer, but it turns out I have a legitimate mutiny on my hands. Morgan talks back to me, completely forgetting her place, Jenna is doing just fine without me, and Brayden would rather flirt with the freak witch girl than be with royalty.
Then there’s Scott. Diary, I have never hated anyone the way I hate Scott. Not only did he turn down the opportunity to date me, but he actually has the audacity to run against me in the presidential race! Doesn’t he know I’ll destroy him? I will destroy him.
I mean, to be honest, I am getting more than a little tired of destruction. It’s just the only way I know how to get some sense of control in this crazy, uncontrollable life!
I have to win this. You can’t make people love you, but you can make them fear you. I’ve gotten by on this truism for many, many years. So, it’s fine that nobody loves me, as long as they stay afraid of me. The problem is that every day they seem to fear me less and less. They used to cower in the hallways, now they just look through me, the same way my mom does. As if I don’t even matter. Don’t they know I’m a princess? Don’t they know they’re in the presence of greatness? Don’t they know I will rule them all some day? They might not know it now, but they’ll know it soon. Look out Millwood…