Essay on Biology Class: A Short Story

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I slammed my hand on the alarm clock as it buzzed loudly in the early morning. Ten minutes more, okay? I rolled on my back and covered my eyes with my arm. I just didn’t have the energy to get ready for school. Heaven forbid. I hadn’t finished my essay yet! Plus, we had a quiz in History and Biology. Life is so fantastic. “Kai-ah, wake up. You don’t want to be late for school,” Dad called outside my room. “Coming!” I groaned. I scrambled out of bed and went straight to the bathroom to take a shower. The last thing I wanted was Dad pulling me out of my own bed. I sighed. Dressed in my school uniform, my backpack slung on one shoulder, I padded down the stairs, feeling indifferent. Dad was on the kitchen, his forehead sticking out from the…show more content…
What more if I drove a R8 that day? I shoved my bag on the passenger seat and started the car. I pulled out of the garage and turned the car to our long driveway. I gained speed as I hit the freeway. I looked at the dashboard. Twenty minutes to 8. I still have time to stop by at my favorite café. I stopped at an intersection, waiting for the traffic lights to go green. BWCW Café was just a couple of blocks away. I turned the air condition higher as I pressed on the accelerator. I parked the car in front of BWCW. I turned off the engine and got out. As I went inside, the scent of cinnamon filled the air. “Kai-ssi,” Sunny, a small cute girl, greeted me from the counter. “Hello,” I greeted back as I walked towards the counter. “Can I have four pieces of doughnuts, please?” “Chocolate?” She asked. I nodded. “Anything else?” “Uh…” I looked at the menu for something to drink. “I’ll have a Frappuccino.” “Coming right up.” I waited as she put my order on a paper bag. I handed her my payment as she handed the bag. “Keep the change,” I told her. “Have a nice day.” She smiled at me and I smiled back. **** I was on my way to my first class, which is Biology and I did mention we had a quiz, when a familiar voice called out from behind me. “Hey D-boy!” I winced. D as in dollar. Dollar boy. I turned around and saw Sehun walking towards me. “Didn’t I always tell you not to call me that?” I told him as I continued walking down the hall. “What do you
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