“It was a fine moment, standing there sweaty in my T-shirt and bunkers, with this beautiful woman hugging me, and me remembering her spearmint kisses that first night on the basketball bus.” This quote is after Perry helps Tracy, a young girl who was driving too fast around Jabowski’s Corner and was in fatal shape. Perry and the rest of the EMTs did as much as they possibly could until a helicopter came to take Tracy to a larger hospital thirty minutes away. The locals could only do so much, and then it was time to let the “professionals” do the rest. After the accident Perry walked past a long row of cars that were backed up due to the accident. As Perry walks thinking to himself about what just happened a lady jumps out of her car and yells Michael’s name.
We had already told the neighbors everything and given them our number just in case she was still herself to a point though and this day she was normal so I told my husband tell the new neighbor she will be there and call us in case of an emergency. He come to pick me out from work then we went to Walmart for a couple things for dinner. Not being gone more than an hour we decided we needed to hurry back. We start to pull down the street and cop cars where everywhere our
Her alarm clock flashing 5:30 in neon green, it was time for school; it kept replaying in her head, over and over. It’s haunting her, as if it just happened yesterday. 2 months had passed since her and Myles went their separate ways. Shrugging it off, trying to concentrate on matters more important than her past. Aerith grabbed her keys, rushed to the kitchen taking 2 cereal bars and shoving it in her bag; making sure she locked the door, she hurried to her car.
Going to school later would result in having many amazing benefits. Many kids take the bus to school and complain about the traffic the highway and even on main streets. Kids have to get up really early to catch the bus and sit in traffic because other adults are trying to go to work. If school did start and end later, the bus would not hit morning rush hour traffic or afternoon rush hour traffic. With school starting later, the bus schedule can make a tremendous change.
Have you ever told a lie and enjoyed it, but in the end it comes back to bite you back? This happened to me in eighth grade at Kepner Middle School. That year was so chaotic for me. Me bringing illegal contents and being caught didn't help. The last week of school before Christmas break, I walked into the big halls of the school.
I usually eat whatever is left over because we do not have a lot of food. After I clean up I grab my 5 dollar backpack that I got at Goodwill, my shoes for basketball, and my lunch which consists of a bologna and cheese sandwich, a granola bar, and a water. “Hey Ryan! You ready for the big game today?” Tonight is the biggest game of the season, and Bret is one of my best friends from the basketball team. “Hey, I am so ready, Bret!” Bret told me that my english teacher postponed the test that we had today.
I was that kid that was always chosen last, the one that was made fun of since he would run to the opposite side, not because I didn’t know how to play, but because my vision sucked. At the end of the day any “normal” kid would go home do his homework and play outside or video games. Me in the other hand, went home did my homework by force and went straight to my room without telling my mom what was going on and cried for hours. It was a feeling that made me lie in my bed and leave the pillows soaked in tears. Why I never told my mom, I still don’t know.
11/28/12 Disaster 9/11 Crystal Meth Legalization and Societies Interpretation “Be good in school today honey, I already put your lunch in your backpack. Love you.” “Thanks Daddy, I love you too”, Sarah said. Five minutes later and I was crossing the bridge to the far side of the Fairfield train station. I swear after all these years I could take this route blindfolded, it’s become such a repetitive cycle. The drive to the train, the commute to Grand Central Station, the taxi ride through the frozen traffic.
My mom was at home watching television and saw it come on, immediately panicking she called me. After we were locked down for 3 hours they aloud parents to pick us up. This was a very scary experience for me and left a bad taste in my mouth.
I got up early as usual, had a quick shower and woke up Linda my grandchild so that she wouldn’t be late for the school bus. My wife had prepared eggs and bacon for today; this was basically our daily routine. We all sat around the table and said grace. My sons had to hurry up because they didn’t want to be late for work; they work in a factory for an old white man who isn’t pleased when they’re late. I got up and held Linda’s hand, grabbed her backpack and we were heading to the bus station.