Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

1345 Words Jul 16th, 2016 6 Pages
Later that night, I was behind the wheel of my G-Wagon with Melissa in the passenger seat. She didn’t feel like driving since she was on the road all day and I understood so I didn’t mind when she asked me to. I had been tight-lipped. She kept eyeballing me as if she detected that something was bothering me but I just kept singing to my India Arie as if I was carefree. “So are you going to tell me what’s going on or no” Melissa said disrupting my own personal concert. I stopped singing and took a quick glance at her and placed my attention back on the road, “What?” Melissa stared at me, “I said are you going to tell me what’s going on or no?” Melissa had that authoritative sound in her voice. That toned that made my defenses come down and reveal to her what had been going on behind closed doors. Whenever we talked in person or on the phone she was able to read me so well that I was not capable of hiding anything from her. “I know that you are not well and you may be able to hide it from the others jokers who are not your real friends. But you can’t hide it from me. I know you too well.” “Really?” I said jokingly, then I tried with everything in me to use this joke as an opportunity to change the subject, “How well do you know me?” “Well enough to know that this joke trick is not going to change the subject, so just go ahead and answer it because I’m not going to give in.” I turned the music completely off, Melissa leaned herself completely back in her seat as she…
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