It was a bright morning, I woke up from bed and took a quick shower. I asked my mom if I can ride the horse now, but my mom remembered something, oh
“Alisha wake up, we are here,” I whispered. When she didn’t wake up, I continued to pester her. “Come on, get up!” When I started to annoy her, she pushed me and told me to go away. As we all cleared out of the minivan, I was greeted by Judy, grandpa’s Scottish terrier. As I was petting her black fur, she was barking and jumping on my legs. When she ran over to Callie to receive a belly rub, I said hi to grandpa and gave him a hug. After getting settled in, my sisters and I decided to go to sleep because it was late and we’d have to help unpack the rest of our belongings in the
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We all get out of the car BRING BRING my moms phone rings and all the sudden my mom starts crying and then I get scared. Then she got of the phone and…
I went into the living room to let the mom outside to use the restroom. Came back in the my grandma’s bedroom.” My mammie , said to go check on the puppies
This is the time i had gotten lost at walmart my mom had went to the bathroom and i had went off to look at the games and my mom had went to the front of the store and looked u there for me. And as i went u to the front she had went to the back to find me she looked for me for about 30 minutes. I had no phone to call her and so i had finally went up to te here to the front and told them that i had lost my mom and they went over the intercom.
That evening when my mama did come home, I was all set to surprise her again with the money. But unfortunately as soon as I saw her getting out of the Family Truckster I could tell now wasn’t the best time to approach her. (And yes, we really do have a Family Truckster
“David come eat dinner!”, Says my mom. There was dead silence then I heard the door screech.
It all started on a cold winter morning. It wasn’t snowing too bad, but it was cold. My Grandpa headed out to the deer stand before the sun broke the horizon. He wasn't expecting much because the season was coming to an end. The stand he was using that day ended up being a pine tree he found in the swamp-like area. I feel like that wasn’t the best decision to make because it was freezing cold. As my grandpa was sitting in the pine tree, he suddenly heard something breaking ice down below. He looked down from the pine tree and spotted a doe. As it walked, it jumped over the fence and continued onward. A little while later, he heard something else walking and breaking ice. He spotted the deer and realized it was a small buck. He watched it as it jumped the fence and
Mama’s dream was to get a house for their family, but her son didn’t want the house. Even though the son and Mama didn’t agree she still went out and bought
It was an early Tuesday morning and me and my brother Brandon were eating sticky buns on the couch before school, around the corner was my mom.
The boys were wishing they were at home with mother at home warmer than they were, when
Next morning the mom came up to check on Jane. When Jane’s mom went up to
She then began packing away dishes in the kicthen from what I could tell. She glanced over to me and gave me a inviting smile. Gesturing for me to come in she unlocked the door and I entered the house. I was overwhelmed by the sickly sweet aroma of petunia oil. I assumed another elderly has lived there before my grandmother. My theory was reassured by the decor found throughout the home. Fine lace tableclothes where found throughout the home. One on the nightstand, one on the dining room table. I began counting as I made my way throughout the house.
Born in 1937 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city, my grandfather has many stories to tell me. As I sit and listen to him regale me with stories of his past, I learn many things from him that I had never known before now. He describes many parts of his childhood growing up in Malaysia, like his family and the place he called home. His childhood home was an old and run down sauce factory in the years before he lived there. He describes it as having no partitions with no flooring, and when it rained hard – a common occurrence – it got flooded. He tells me stories of how he used to view it as a haunted house – the most memorably frightening occurrence in the house was possibly when “one night…heavy brick just came tumbling down the ladder…for no reason. We didn't have any pets or anything in the house, and this just happened.” He tells me of his many siblings – he shocks me when he casually brings up that “there were ten of [them] - one or two had died.” Another detail that catches my interest is how close his whole family was, as he claims he and his siblings got on quite well, and never actually fought. Out of all the members of his unusually large family, my grandfather said he was closest to his mother – my great-grandmother. The most influential person to him as a younger boy, “[his mother] loved [him] me quite a lot…because I was the youngest in the family, and she saw to all [his] needs. In addition, I was really close to her. [He] studied at night beside her bed, by candlelight, and then she used to tell [him] creepy stories of her days in China. And that is part of the reason why [he] was so scared of the dark as a boy. She used to tell [my grandfather] ghost stories and [he] was the closest to her.”