It Was A Cool Fall Day

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It was a cool fall day. The leaves were bright and colorful, hanging by threads. The wind threatened to blow them all away. The sun peeked through the clouds and shined through the window. The streets were crowded with people running errands and walking around. The door slammed shut, echoing through the room. Alison rushed in and didn’t even stop to drop her things before she started talking. “Are you ready, Mia?” she asked, looking at me mischievously. I tilted my head and stared at her quizzically. “You and I are going to rob our first bank together,” she said, staring me down with her bright, blue eyes. This was it. This was the moment I have been waiting for. I’m going to catch her right in the act, and then all this…show more content…
“Hello,” a voice said. “Hello. It’s Mia,” I answered. “Hey. I’ve been waiting for you to call forever. Everyone here at the police station was starting to get worried about you,” Jesse, the person I’m supposed to report to, said hurriedly. “You are not going to believe it. We are planning to rob a bank together, and then I am going to catch her,” I whispered, so I wouldn’t wake up Alison and have her hear the conversation. “It is going to happen this Friday, the 17th. We are robbing TMP Bank. I’ll get back to you when learn more.” “Okay, Mia. Be careful.” The next morning, I woke up to find Alison at the table, blueprints and papers spread out in front of her. What happen last night, all came back to me. I was going to plan to rob a bank. I had no idea what I was doing. I have seen it done plenty of times, while I was trying to catch a criminal, but I’ve never had to do it myself. “I think I have a plan,” Alison announced, looking down at the blueprints. “Well, someone’s been busy.” “Okay. We have so much to do,” she said, not even looking up, he. “The bank opens at 9 am. We will do it soon. You are going to be the getaway driver. I will send you some kind of signal when I have the money, and meet you in the front. The bank is right around a shopping center, and it’s a very busy area. No one will really notice something 's wrong until it’s too late, and we are gone.” “Okay. But,” I said, realizing she forgot the most important part, “how
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