Personal Narrative: Where Is My Hero?

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I remember it like it was yesterday, and stuff like this is hard to get over, especially when you know it was your fault. It was alcohol I had only had a few drinks and when we decided to go home Ben was very drunk so I had to drive. When I pulled up at a stop light I had looked at the light and i'm not even sure what happened next. My eyes got all blurry and everything started fading away. My eyes opened in a sudden flash and my heart was pounding fast. I had no idea where I was. I stood up yanked all the cords off me. I ran down the hallway while a lady, who looked very familiar, tried to hold me back. I turned and hit her right in the shoulder. She let go, I fell and was laying on the floor and couldn't function. The only thing I could…show more content…
Ben, where was he? I couldn't get up, so I lay there and scream. “WHERE IS MY HUSBAND?” The lady that had tried to stop me earlier came over and helped me up and explained to me that because of me ben didn't survive the accident. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. When she explained it to me she said it like her and Ben had a special connection and this hurt her personally. This was one of the worst things that have ever happened to me. Now I just don't know what to do with myself, ever since the incident. I turned to drugs to keep my mind off things and so for a little while I would forget everything. No one ever comes and visits me except my mother-in-law, Ben's mom, she is a nice lady but she doesn't do much, she just makes me food and looks at stuff around the house. It's kinda weird but I think it is just so she can remember Ben. I like having the company but we never talk. It’s like she’s not there, but she…show more content…
I was worried because I knew they would find out but I guess it was all Sarah's fault for the stuff she had done. The cops showed up the next day to investigate the house and said they found nothing that would prove much more to help the case except drugs. Drugs had a big impact on this because that was the inference they had made for the cause of Sarah's’ death. But there was something they didn't know. When they were done investigating they asked if Ben's mother, Kris, would like to go with to see the autopsy. She said she didn't want to because she knew what the results would be. Later that day there was a pounding at the door that scared me half to death. I jumped up and looked out the window to see who it was. To my surprise it was the police, I greeted them and welcomed them in. one of them had a folder of papers in there hand and the other was reaching for something on his belt. My hands started shaking and my heart was pounding out of my chest and I started to get
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