Baby-Personal Narrative

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"Are you sure you don't want to come babe? There are going to be games and food and everyone's going to be there. It will be fun." "Mom, I'm fine. I'll stay and finish cleaning. Go. Go have fun with your friends." I say pushing her out the front door. "Okay well, call me if you need anything. I don't think I'm going to stay that long. When I get back we can have that movie night I promised." "Have fun at the barbecue. Bye mom. I love you." Before getting into her old gray pick-up truck, she waves to me and blows me a kiss.
She had light brown hair with golden brown eyes and a beautiful smile. She was wearing a light gray sun dress with her favorite necklace I got her last Christmas. It was silver with her name on it.
It was the afternoon of Saturday July 30th and it was very sunny out. We lived in small town in Alaska so it wasn't that warm. It was that type of town where everyone knew everything about anyone. As small as this town was, it was my home. I had a best friend since pre-K and we did everything together. Our moms signed us up for all of the extracurricular activities in the town ever since we were little. That is until his family moved him to the lower forty-eights in the sixth grade after figuring
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I didn't want to believe it. I wanted to believe it was just bad joke. My body went numb and my eyes got blurry from all the tears that filled my eyes instantly. I my body started shaking. My throat started to burn. My chest got tighter and it felt like I couldn't breath. I just wanted to scream, but nothing came out. I wanted to run, move, or even scream, but I couldn't. I was paralyzed in fear. in that moment, my world felt like it crumbled down. The only steady person in my life has died. She's been with me through everything. Knowing that she wasn't there anymore, it killed me inside. Knowing that I wasn't going to see her again, I didn't know what I was going to do. I needed her to tell me everything was going to be
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