Lucille 's mom walked to the side of the house and grabbed a ladder so she could climb through her bedroom window. When she got in the window she walked down the stairs. Lucille started to hear sirens so she ran to her room, closed the door, and sat on her
As his usual joyful blue eyes met Joni 's she saw they had turned to stone cold black and she knew right from that something was terribly terribly wrong. With three swift steps Joni was standing in Clair 's bedroom staring at the trundle bed holding every one of Clair stuffed animals, each one individually tucked in with a kiss only 10 hours ago by a small child 's lips, were now unhappily strewn across the bed sitting in the emptiness from the little girl. Looking around the room Joni threw open the closet door where Clair stored her favorite story books, thinking just maybe she was
The younger children are forced into one foster home, and Camille and Regina move into a house managed by an Addie and Peter. The older couple is nice to them and has strict, but very clear, rules. At 14, Regina chooses to be legally emancipated from her mother. While grateful to be away from her mother, Regina was disappointed that she now had to live with various foster parents. Addie and Peter, however, end up helping her create a more stable
It was very hard for her to adjust and she just wanted to go back to Bybanks. Sal says, “ ‘No trees?’ I said. ‘This is where we’re going to live?’ “ (page 1). Sal says, “He pronounced Illinois ‘I’ll-ah-no-way,’ exactly the way everyone in Bybanks, Kentucky, pronounced it, and hearing that ‘Ill-ah-no-way’ made me suddenly homesick for Bybanks,” (page 33). This is a kid who, in the past, didn’t live in Euclid.
In this book Rachel steals $287.22 from her college fund. Rachel's mom is struggling for money after her husband left them for work down in Hawaii. The only reason Rachel stole the money was to buy a plane ticket to go down and see her father. The only problem with her plan is she has to get all the money back into her college fund before her mom finds out. Rachel asked if she could help her clean houses as a maid.
If it starts to overflow, we would have to evacuate.” “We new that there was a nearby creek but we did not realize that additional water from the dam also went into the creek. We had never considered the possibility that it could flood. Not until the day Hurricane Agnes hit.” When she went to call Richard she realized the phone was dead. Without any way of getting out of the trailer park in the case they had to evacuate, she went to her neighbor’s house to ask her what she was going to do. Her neighbor was driving to her mother’s house in Reading, Pennsylvania and offered for Carol to come along.
I jumped to my feet and ran inside the house. “Mom, can we go to Mars?” I inquired while she was putting her stuff away and talking on the phone at the same time. “Uh, sure honey” Mom replied, but inside I knew that she probably didn’t even hear my question. I slowly trudged up the stairs, forcing a thumping sound on each step, and walked into my room. Later on, I stared out the window.
Carrie’s mom was not sure on how we were all going to get back to Marion. After halfway of walking back, someone drove on the road and stopped and asked us if we needed a ride. We rode back into town with the lady and she dropped us all off at the school where I told my mom, a couple hours later we were all supposed to go back to Marion for the police report that was being made. The police officer was very curious on how we did not roll or how none of us died, which made all of us thank God for watching over all of us. We got home from the police report and my mom decided to take me into the emergency room to make sure everything was okay since I was having knee issues before the accident and because I hit my head.
Brook is sitting on Trent’s other side, sleeping with her stupid mouth open. Auntie has to sit in the front with Dad ‘cause Mom is taking up all three middle seats with her stupid knee that she “strained” from “sleeping weird or maybe just by being old.” Even though Auntie is a nurse, I was the one who had to tell Mom that she had a “sprained knee,” not a “strained knee.” Nowhere California About two hours into our drive, the sun comes up, and we are finally allowed to get out of the car to stretch our legs and/or pee at this gas station in the middle of Nowhere, California. Trent points at two flannel-wearing women
It seemed to the children that their mother ordered them to bed because of the time. The children hurry upstairs to their rooms and Mrs.Sommers sits down on the couch and feels regretful for her actions. Mrs. Sommers contemplates about the day and how she enjoyed all of it and how her children received none of that joy. She falls asleep and has a dream throughout the night. Mrs.Sommers children grow up and her eldest son is in high school while the other three children are in middle school.
That night I returned to my house, exhausted from my journey, only to receive a text message on my phone. It was 9:00 at night, and my eyes had bags under their baggs. As I read the text, It was from my mom, asking me if I wanted to have a sleepover with my friend. I could hardly contain my excitement, I ran downstairs without answering her text, and shouted as loud as my lungs could muster, ‘’YES!! !’’ I arrived at my friends house exactly on time, and blasted through the door, up the stairs, and into his room for the
Narrative Rough Draft Billy Baker and his sister Taylor Baker daydreamed as they stared aimlessly out the car door window. Finally they were on the road heading east towards new beginnings. Mr. and Mrs. Baker had decided that it was in the family’s best interest that they move to a smaller town. The Baker kids grew more restless by the minute as they got closer and closer to their destination. Their new house in the small town of Clearfield, Iowa was far different from their former apartment flat in Seattle, Washington.
As we walked inside the dirty, salt stench, of a theme park, My sister started going nuts wanting to ride everything. My parents told her to wait a minute while they got themselves situated.Finally the part of the trip I was dreading the most, the part where I had to go ride the blue streak. The line wasn 't too long so we decided to go. I sat in the car with my sister, which by the way was a little bigger then me, so the bar that came across our lap only went up to my stomach. As we sat there with our parents behind us and brother in front, I started reading the warnings in the car.
Little did I know my mom was standing on the other side of the door waiting for me. " why hello Ms. Aaron" "Hi mom" I replied. I was so scared, my heart was beating out of my chest. I saw they followed her and she directed me into the living room. I replied.
She started panicking and thinking of things that could have happened to her. She walked into her bedroom and the first thing she noticed was the window was open. Then she had an incoming call from the police station. She picked up and they told her they had found her daughter’s body. It all began because somebody left the