Little Red Riding Hood Narrative Story

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Discuss an accomplishment or event, formal or informal, that marked your transition from childhood to adulthood within your culture, community, or family. Allow me to share the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood set out into the forest alone to meet her grandma… I was travelling in a public vehicle all alone for the first time. Bubbling with nervous excitement, I welcomed my independence! After all, I believed that I was old enough to travel by myself, despite any difficulties I might face in the vehicle— just like a grown up. “Remember, don’t dawdle and don’t get on congested vehicles,” my mom had cautioned “And don’t talk to strangers.” “Don’t worry, mom.” I had said, rolling my eyes. “I’ll be careful.” As the day wore on, the evening sun turned a fierce pink in the sky, the foamy clouds steeped in reds and pinks. Ignoring my mom’s words, I had dawdled until it had gotten late and had jumped into the first bus that I could find, which unfortunately was packed with people. I was wedged between two grown-ups in a tiny seat. A wolf appeared beside Little Red Riding Hood… Suddenly, just as the bus halted, one of the men beside me placed his hand on my knee. “It must have been for support. He would have fallen off the seat otherwise.” I thought. My twelve-year-old self shrugged his hand off and gave his actions no more thought. On reaching her grandma’s house, Little Red Riding Hood was terrorized by the wolf once again. Terrified and unable to protect
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