He didn’t care who was looking or where they were, he wasn’t gone stop until he got them. If this was to happen in a different neighborhood, people would probably come out of their houses, wondering what’s wrong. When they finally realized that it’s a grown man chasing after kids, they would come out and help. People in my old neighborhood wouldn’t even care to know why he’s chasing them, they would go to shooting only because they see a man dressed up in city clothes, chasing after children. Every Halloween, my cousins and I get together late that night and egg people houses.
“ Dad your phone is ringing.” He picks up his phone and walks outside and answers it. I didn’t know who it was but I was really hoping that it was his friend that we were supposed to meet here. He was finally finished talking “ Alright let's go get in the truck I know where we are supposed to go” “ Are you sure. Because if you get us lost I am going to kill you.” So we went on our way up to the lake where we were going to go fishing. I saw a bridge on the side of the road that went right over the lake and into a little camp ground.
As my uncle was pulling up to the house, I thought to myself “ let 's get this over with.” We had gathered the food and piles of things in the trunk to take into the house. My sister rang the doorbell and I heard footsteps. A second later my aunt came to the view and said to my mom, “ Hello! I 've haven 't seen you guys for a while. Well, come on!
Afterward we went to a park and played on the swings, went down the slide and climbed the monkey bars. All of us had fun, but we were exhausted. We went back to the rental and played some video games. Soon after my mom shouted, “Come eat dinner!” Then me and my sisters raced down the stairs and went right to the dining room. We ate to our fill and then we went right to
There was never a reason of why we had to move, I was told that we are moving soon. That was my sign I had to clean and pack up my stuff to move again. When I first moved I don't really remember it, all I know is that i did not like it the least bit. The house was very different from my small subdivision before. This house was a fixer-upper and on lots of land.
This week is going to be so much fun I thought to myself. Weeks had passed since my parents had said we would go to the beach and then finally today was the day. I felt so excited and thrilled for this upcoming event. Everyone was getting ready, going crazy, running up the stairs, taking stuff to the car, getting drinks, and using the upstairs and downstairs bathrooms before we left. Also, to get our toothbrushes, towels, lotion, shampoo, and toothpaste.
Everyone packed their bags in the car but when I was about to put mine in the car I was informed that there was no more room and it had to get tied to the roof. My dad eventually tied it down and off we went. After being in the car for over three hours my little cousin Maddie had to use the bathroom and I was really hungry. Dad had stopped at a gas station that had a Mcdonalds attached and I ran in and ordered fast. All of us decided that we would sit down at the table and eat our food.
The day came it was early morning, bird singing, warm temperature, and a beautiful blue sky perfect weather. I woke up and it was fishing time, I was so excited. I remember my room being so messy and my parents told me to clean before we left, so I did. I was so excited that I cleaned my room and did some other chores around the house so fast cause I just wanted to go fishing. We got to the car and left to rocky mountain at our fishing spot and I was just being like most annoying kid would say, "Where are we?
My mother and father looked as if they were about to cry in sadness and anger at the same time. At that moment my father ran back inside and told us to get ready for a walk around town. When my mother brother and me got ready we started to walk towards town and on the way there we saw more and more houses and buildings destroyed and vandalized. Every time I looked at my father on the way there I saw a very disappointed look on his face. When my family and I finally got to town all the Jewish-owned businesses on the street had been vandalized.
After pictures were taken we could go to the vans and get all of the stuff out of the back. We had problems getting everything out of the vans and to the cabins with all the mud. When we got to the cabins Mark, our youth leader went over the game plan for the weekend. We went to a big