There Was Nothing Wrong is a journal entry by Samantha Greenbriar, dated November 1, 1994. In it, Sam writes about the fallout of the night after the concert, and of Lonnie admitting that she liked Sam. Sam found it more difficult than Lonnie to be upfront about her feelings, despite understanding how Lonnie felt and feeling the same way. They shared their first kiss at this time.
Lonnie came over today. But everything was... different. She was sitting at my desk chair. And she wouldn't look at me. Finally I asked her what was going on. She said she felt like she'd done something wrong that night in the city, like I must think... But I said no, there was nothing wrong. I just wanted to say... But I couldn't find the words. I felt like I was going to cry, but I wasn't sad. She got up and sat next to me on the bed. I looked at her. "Lonnie... do you... think... you could ever..." ... And that's when she kissed me.
- This journal is found by opening Sam's locker and looking at the photo of Lonnie and taking the basement key.