Cinderella, a lovely young pretty woman who loved to dance had a dad who was taken from her in a war. She was then taken home by a woman and her two daughters; Daisy the mother and the 2 girls, Becky and Romie. By the face she had when she
I open the door, and let Anna walk in first. “Anna do you want to go right up to my room?” “No, I want to see your parents first.’’ She answers. “Ok, I think there in the dining room.” I tell her We walk in to the dining room, and see my mother crying, and my dad has his head in his hands. “Mom, are you okay?” I ask. “No, not really. Why are you home so early, did you hear what happened to Anna’s Mom and brother?” “I’m home early because Anna asked the superintendent if I could come with her here, and yes I’ve heard.” “Oh, I didn’t see you Anna. Are you okay is there anything you want me to get you?” My mother asks worriedly. “No, I’m fine.” Anna says with no emotion what so ever. The phone starts ringing, and everybody just stares at it. Anna walks over to it and picks it up. “Hello.” I hear her say. “OMG. YES, we made it here in one piece. Don’t freakin call us again!!” I here Anna yell to the phone it must be the school that called. She slams the phone down. The phone rings again. Anna picks it up and brings it to her ear slowly then says quietly and threatening. “I thought I tol-. “Hello sheriff, what would you like.” She asks, as sweetly as she can in this moment, which isn’t very sweet. “This is her” I hear her say “Yes, I would like to see him.” Then she sets the phone down softly. “Anna, what did the sheriff want?’’ I ask her. “They found him” she answers abruptly. “Found who” I ask “Him, the murderer.” She says normally. “Anna, why did you agree to see him.” She never answered the question, so I asked a different one.”Anna you want a change of clothes?” “Yes” She
Abby and Grace decided to go to their high school's football game on the last Friday in October. As seniors, Abby and Grace would be able to sit in the front of the stands and would be expected to wear school colors and cheer loudly. Her least favorite pastime, Grace hated football games and was only going to please Abby, her best friend. Abby was close friends with the quarterback of the football team, who was also Abby's neighbor. For this reason, attending the football game was important to Abby. Becoming more upset as the night approached, Grace was more upset about going at her friend Abby. When the night finally arrived, Grace reluctantly attended. Miraculously, Grace had a lot more fun than she expected to
Natalie Sterling, a seventeen year old senior at Ross Academy had just won class president and beat her opponent Mike Domski. Mike was the kind of guy that Natalie and her best friend Autumn tried to stay away from. The girls at Ross Academy were known as demeaning and “boy crazy.” One day, during the pep rally a bunch of freshman dressed in trampy clothing and started to dance inappropriately. The leader’s name was Spencer a girl Natalie used to babysit for. The flirty freshman called themselves “Prostitutes” or Ross Academy prostitutes. Not only was Natalie embarrassed and angry by Spencers action but, she was disappointed. When the principal and Ms. Bee the student council head were talking to the girls punishments Natalie barged in. Natalie explained how she wanted to have a lock-in for all the girls in trouble and any others from school who wanted to come, about feminism and women's rights. Ms. Bee and Natalie agreed that it would be a good idea for
Jeannette Walls was in a taxi wondering if she had been overdressed for the evening.She was stuck in traffic when she saw her mother Rose 15 feet away. Her mother had tied rags around her shoulder while a black and white terrier mix was beside her. When Rose looked up,
Phillip doesn’t like being in English Class. His teacher is Margaret Narwin. She is trying to come up with new ideas for the class. He would rather be running in track, then being in her class. Allison has a bit of a crush on Phillip Malloy. (Pages 1-19)
Jasmine Rhodes and Lacey “Did you hear what happened?” Maria exclaimed. “Abigail Brown from our school died last night. Rumor has it, she was here after 8th period finishing up an essay, and as she was leaving the building, teachers heard a scream and then she was gone.” Stephanie was scared but felt a little glad since the girl who died, Abigail, ran against her for student body president. “Ha, that’s karma for running against me, I told her that was a bad idea,” Stephanie said while grinning. “This is serious Stephanie, her body was found in the main hallway of the north wing. Next to her was a sheet of paper that said: “You’re next, Stephanie Herron.” The lab report also states that in her autopsy, she had some sort of virus on her skin.” The bell rung, giving them the adrenaline to run to first period. Stephanie, who lost her appetite after hearing about Abigail, Maria, who had an uneaten energy bar, decided that she would give it to Stephanie when lunch arrived. Although the expiration date on the bar was dated two years back, Maria ignored the possible side effects that may occur and decided to give the energy bar to Stephanie anyways with a smirk on her face. After all, a little energy bar never hurt anybody, right? When entering her second-period class, Stephanie was stopped by Marcus Williams, her brother Michael’s best friend. “Hey I heard about the murder of Abigail...stay safe okay? We wouldn’t want that to happen to the school’s golden girl after all,” he said with a suspicious, yet protective tone. “Marcus,” Michael came running towards Stephanie. “Is he bothering you?” “No, he was just looking out for me because of the incident that happened to Abigail.” Marcus, who decided to go to class early for the first time in his life, left the conversation. “ He’s been acting strange lately. He’s no longer the Marcus I knew. Ever since he started hanging out
But because of the embarrassments at school (“My voice was apt to come out squeaky”, “My hands became slippery with sweat”, (etc.) she was determined to not attended the Christmas dance (“Formerly I had considered falling off my bicycle and spraining my ankle and I had tried to manage this;” (etc.)). After failing multiple times she decided to go the dance, which was a dramatic change in her emotion. She wore her beautiful dress and let her friend Lonnie do her hair and make-up (“I sat in front of the mirror and Lonnie stood behind me, fixing my hair”), after finishing she became exited. After the long walk to the dance her personally takes a turn when the first dance was the most popular boy “Mason Williams”, and he blows her off (“He took his hand off my waist and dropped my arm”). Nobody wanted to dance with her; her emotion became sad and upsetting (“Please me, please me, and I locked my fingers behind my back”). Therefore she began to hide until a young lady in the washroom approached her; this introduced a different role in her because the lady was older and fun (“Mary
Competed Box 10-1 in Sullivan: 1. I often get my feelings hurt by other people. It takes a lot to hurt my feelings.
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One night her best friend showed up at their doorstep after walking four miles from her house. The family had known this girl for two years and never knew about the abuse, torture, and neglect she endured at the hands of her father and step-mother. The family gave her a place to stay while they tried to figure out what to do. The girl’s father arrived fully expecting to take his daughter home, but Steve and Trudi knew they could not let her go back to that house. Law enforcement was called, but since there was no physical proof, the girl was sent back home with her father. The abuse got worse because the girl was being “punished” for running away so she left home again, albeit this time she went to the house of someone employed at the school. The father never believed that the girl was not at Steve and Trudi’s house so he would constantly harass the family and demand to have his daughter back. The girl’s living situation was only temporary. She quickly found an abusive boyfriend and became pregnant. They moved away after graduation and the connection was lost.
Justin’s mother’s was called into his grade school’s principal office. The principal, Justin’s teacher, and Justin were there waiting for his mother. She showed up, and they asked her to sit. They explained that they called her in because during recess when the children were playing Justin would hit girls. She looked at Justin shocked. They explained to her it wasn’t until they got closer they saw what was happening. The situation was that the children were playing house, and one fellow female student was the mommy and he was the daddy. Justin would yell at the mommy and tell her she’s worthless, and a no for good lazy (insert bad word). It went on and on, and when the female child would back away scared he would hit her. They took Justin
It was a nice spring break night in the year 2018, located in a small town by the Mexican border called Laredo, TX where there lived a teenage girl. Since it had been Spring Break, she had been going out with her friends all night leaving her only three hours of sleep. It was currently two twenty-three A.M. and she was wide awake waiting for a phone call. Her name was Julie. Julie was a very nice and quiet girl. She was tall and had long light brown hair. Whenever the sun hit her hair, it looked so golden and beautiful that all the guys fell for her, and all the girls wanted to be her. She loved to go out with her friends and have fun, but sometimes Julies term of “fun” would end up getting her in trouble. Julie had been waiting for her phone
“You ready?”, I asked while smiling and excited for the night to come. “Of course”, she replied sweetly, and with a smile that was brighter than the full moon. We walked in casually, and briefly talking amongst ourselves about school and what not. We walked in and went straight to the ticket booth. Well table more or less. There was more than one person accepting money and handing out tickets, so we both were paying at the same time. One of the teachers working the ticket stand was, Mrs. Bunna, she was my ACT prep teacher. Now I knew I wasn’t her favorite, mostly because I would sleep during our practice tests, but it was a pass or fail class that didn’t affect my gpa. So I could’ve cared less. “Hello.” I said to her with a large smile, genuinely trying to be nice to her. “Hello Shane, it seems like you’re lucky tonight.” she replied with a slight grin in her smile. “What do you mean?” I asked surprised and slightly confused. “Here, it’s the last one.”, she replied, handing me an orange towel to wave around during the game. At first I thought nothing of it other than that it was cool to get the last one. We both had our tickets and walked through the heavy doors of the gym to find our seats. When the doors opened there was a certain energy that you could fell in the air. The stands were full on both sides enjoying the girls’ game and eagerly awaiting the boys’ game. We arrived at the student section, tons of familiar faces looking at me
You all know the story of Cinderella but do you know the story of Ella. There once was a girl who lived happily with her two stepsisters and stepmother. One day a letter came in the mail saying that they were invited to the prince's ball. Ella and her steps sisters celebrated but there mother was not pleased with the invention. Ella knew something was wrong and she was going to get to the bottom of this. That night her stepmother called her near the fireplace her sisters were sleeping, she said “ Ella my deer you shall not go to the ball there is danger there that's awaits your arrival.” Ella didn’t understand what her stepmother was talking about she said “ what danger awaits, of it’s so bad why haven't you stopped me before.” “Ella my deer you were too young to understand you still are trust me i’m doing this for your own safety.” Ella runs upstairs and weeps in her bed until she has fallen asleep. The next morning she starts planning, she will go to the ball but without her step sisters and mother knowing. That night she starts crafting her dress. She had finished with a beautiful pink gown with bows and glitter, her plan was starting to go in action. On the night of the ball she came downstairs with the dress on. Her stepmother was in disbelief, her reaction was, to rip the dress into shreds. Ella's stepsisters try to stop her but they still didn’t understand what was happening.They were too late Ella's dress was already ruined. Ella ran to her room and wonder why this