An Unexpected Turn I woke up to a ray of sun shining through my bedroom window, birds chirping and the harmony of silence. I slipped out of my warm blankets, stretched out and yawned a big yawn then went to my bathroom looked into my green foggy eyes and tried to clean them by splashing cold fresh water across my half awake face. I grabbed my toothbrush laid some toothpaste on their and brushed away. I cleaned myself up then went into my closet and changed my pajamas into a gray t-shirt and some jeans and a pair of gray vans. I skipped every other stair and tip toed into the kitchen where my mom was already done making pancakes and scrambled eggs.
Although he believed it was ugly, he continued wearing the jacket since he has no choice. All the more he felt bad because wicked things happen continuously. He was unable to do his homework, he got C’s in most of his quizzes, and he even forgot the capitals and rivers of South America. The girls who were previously friendly to him blew away like loose flowers following boys in neat jackets (Soto, 474). Despite of the bad lucks it caused him, he still wore the jacket for three years and has tagged along with him wherever he went. And all those years he was unlucky
It was a beautiful summer day.The sweet smell of sunflowers blooming through our backyard was similar to the smell of honey. There were so many different types of birds and insects flying around me that I never even knew existed. With water balloons flying around my sister and I, we
It all began with a simple phone call one night after dinner. “Anna,” my father hollered up the stairs, “it’s for you. Sam is home, and he sounds excited.” As I bolted down the stairs to pick up the phone, I was thrilled. Sam was finally back from his college visit in Florida. He was unexpetantly coming over, and I had ten minutes to get ready. I raced back up the creaky wooden stairs, almost tripping on my socks. The minty toothpaste burned my lips while I hauled up my messy makeup bag from under the sink. I blended and brushed as fast as I could until I ruled it was good enough. I picked out a basic fall dress with a auburn floral print. My heart raced as I heard his car pull into the driveway. I immediately grabbed my jacket and ran outside
The Flaming Fasterballer I bursted out of bed on the shining morning because I didn’t hear my alarm go off for school. So I got all my clothes on and brushed my teeth. I had to hurry because if I have another tardy and am going to receive a detention for a whole week. I got on my very shiny blue bike and hurried to school on this shiny, colorful day. I finally got to school with one minute left. I hurried to my first class and i got in my seat right when the bell rang. Everybody was asking me why I was so sweaty. I told all of them the story ,but I had to stop talking because the teacher came in. After class my teacher asked why I am always late to class.
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The first time I ever spoke to Holden was on our third -grade school trip to the American Museum of Natural History. Once we started talking we never ran out of topics to talk about, by the end my jaw was throbbing from soreness. And from that day forward, it
I threw my books on my bed and approached the jacket slowly, as if it were a stranger I could not wait to meet. I hollered at my mom downstairs if the jacket on my bedpost is mine. She said mine was in my closet. I cautiously opened my closet
Bbrriiinngg! The alarm clock rang as I woke up to see sunlight pouring in through my bedroom window the day had finally arrived the first day of school I spent so much time worrying over this one day I got out of bed got dressed and had breakfast I was very anxious about starting a new school in a new state as I shove the last bite of cereal into my mouth I started to worry what if nobody liked me how could I make it through the year I had to stop thinking about everything that could go wrong and start thinking about the below opportunities when my dad pulled up to the front of the school I felt like I had a million little butterflies fluttering in my stomach I got out of the car and walked to the big black metal doors shining in the sunlight
I zipped the jacket up and down several times up and down this jacket is so awesome.I looked in the morri combed my hair and then down multiple times.¨I looked awesome.¨ The outside to purposely see if anyone saw my jacket I also did not want to play with my dog I went just incase if he did not rip the leather off. I carefully put my jacket in my closet before dinner then I raced down the stairs going to give my Mom a hug and say ¨ thank you.” Then it was time for bed and I put the jacket on one more time then put it in the closet Then I went to bed.
The man walked with a slight bounce in his step, an air of electricity following him through the park. The red jacket he wore was a few sizes too big and his pants were just a bit too short. He walked briskly and silently, his dark hair shinning in the sunlight, a smile played on the edge of his caramel colored features.
The coolness of the bar stool has long since passed from the time I sat down half an hour ago. My fingers tingle from sitting on them for far too long, and I 've become chair shaped and must stretch my aching joints, soon. Nevertheless, I remain seated like a scolded child. As I fidget, waiting for my lecture to end, my clothed feet slip over the footrest. Though I keep my head low, my spontaneous eyes pursue Alice as she paces the length of the kitchen and its interconnecting living room. Alice, my best friend, who acts more like my mother than my friend.
It wasn't too hot or too cold, it was the perfect weather. I lifted my hands over my head and took a deep breath. The grass was slightly moist from the rain last night. I stepped out into the bright sunlight, urging my muscles to wake up. Fall was literally around the corner and I was trying to enjoy the last few days of summer before the leaves started turning brown and everyone brought out the pumpkins and turkeys. I glanced at my watch and read the time. I had thirty minutes before school and I hadn't done anything to get ready. I hadn't even brushed my teeth yet or made my bed. I woke up, rubbed my eyes and came out onto the front porch. I had a valid excuse for waking up and going outside though, I wanted to catch her
It was a sunny morning in California,it was also my 15th birthday.I got out of bed and did my morning routine. I opened my closet to chose what I should where today, I found a dress that was white until your stomach and then was purple with a flow free bottom.I matched some white flats with my dress and headed downstairs.I greeted my mom “Good morning mom.” I noticed that dad was nowhere near by. “Mom where's dad ?” “ Honey something urgent came up so your dad had to step out.How about we get some breakfast from dunkin.” I nodded my head so we stepped out the house.When we arrived I ordered a glazed donut,mom got herself a chocolate sprinkle donut and got dad a pumpkin spice donut.We finished up eating and headed home.
I throw my books on the bed and approached the jack slowly, it was the one I asked for an astonishing leather jacket I was surprised my mom actually got it for me. Then I looked at my brothers bed and sall a gross ugly brown jacket on his bed with a little green stain at the top. It looked twice the size of him. I felt a little bad for him When I went over to touch the jacket i felt like my hand was touching a rugged dog. Then I looked at my new jacket and took the attention of his ugly brown jacket with a nasty old green staine. I decided to try it on. It looked perfect not too big not too small. I looked at myself in the mirror the combed my hair so it would have a flip. I looked exactly like a biker dood.