“Liv, wake up,” I hear my grandfather yell from down the hall where a smell of bacon and pancakes is emerging, making my mouth water. Little does he know, I’m already awake and getting ready to go. I throw on my new dress with purple and pink flowers and brush my teeth quickly. Using my grandmother’s brush, I yank at my snarled hair and tie it up on top of my head. In my rush to get back to the bedroom, I trip over the dog and he lets out a high pitched squeal.
Mrs. Amling running after me asking where I am going. I run to Mr. Dunnings office and the secretary stopped me right before I could push the door open with all my might. She asks, “What do you need?” I stutter for a second, “Some pants.” She gives a questioning look and asks, “What 's wrong with yours?” I stand there still feeling my face turning red as a tomato. “I pooped.” She repeats, “Its ok”. She leads me to the nurses office where she opens up a cabinet and asks, “What size?” I
The hallway was quiet and deserted ; the only sound emitted was from the enormous main door. Which casted a shadow on me. I sprinted to my locker as fast a cheetah to find my diary, which I am very eager to receive. Shivering with anxiety, I swung open to pick up my diary and scrambled through papers, books and junk. However I couldn't find it.
It was Saturday, which means free time. I brushed my teeth and washed my groggy face. I walked down the stairs and opened the fridge to get some chocolate milk. After doing some chores, I got down to do a wrapper for the gift. I got out some paper and started coloring it with pink and black, and threw in some glitter.
My cellphone alarm make me wake up, I force open my eyes. Rolling over the edge of my comfortable bed I reach my cellphone, six-thirty. My job as a secretary at world trade center begins at eight so I walk to the bathroom and I suddenly stop when I see my reflect on the mirror. My face is a mess I have dry saliva on my cheeks, my hair is full of nodes and I forgot to clean my makeup yesterday so I look like a zombie of the “Walking Dead”. Then I jump in the shower and turn the hot water on.
That morning I cried as I washed up in icy cold water, packed a snack for my brother and not myself because there was not enough for both of us, and prepared for a very long walk. That day I walked well over 6 miles as my brother’s school was in the opposite direction of my own. That day I realized how important my education was to me. Education meant that for a moment I could be selfish in my desires and center myself into a world of my own. Those desires still ring true today.
CThe Biggest Moment of my Life We had practiced for this day for months! We had just gotten up from a long night's rest… no ,that’s a lie we all layed in our beds in the nice hotel we’d been staying at. Thinking about this right now we had curlers in our hair which we had unfortunately been forced to wear in the lobby. Right by our beds were our freshly ironed uniforms, cheer uniforms that is (yep you guessed it) bows, white shoes, pom-poms and all. At some point we all fell asleep when we woke we got dressed as fast as we could and ate as much breakfast as we could hold down so basically a piece of toast and a yogurt.
I woke up one very good morning , at 6:00 in the morning , looking outside of my window seeing the sun almost touching the treetops about to come up to start the day. I finally hop out of bed and get up to go get ready . Once I got ready , I smelled the sensational smell , of dough , cinnamon , brown sugar , and that’s when i burst into the kitchen and saw my dad had made Cinnamon rolls ! I felt so excited I couldn’t contain myself i felt as if you walked out of school on a friday. So I ran to the white , wooden table and waited patiently.
During the summer, it is hidden by a lush of green trees, but in the fall and winter, it can be fully seen from the road. As I make my way into my house, I am greeted by a giant ball of hair carrying in her mouth what looks to be a sock. Molly, my Golden Retriever, is circling me as I try and push my way to the kitchen. I decide that I may need a power nap if I want to make it through the rest of this never-ending day. Laying down on my large queen pillow top mattress is that sigh of relief that I have needed all
As I raced myself down the halls, I did not understand why I had gotten a pass to the cafeteria. I saw my Jv softball coach in the distance, and I felt a weird feeling in my stomach as if butterflies were fluttering around in my stomach trying to get out. I paid the feeling no mind until I took a step further. Little did I know entering the school cafeteria was going to change my life forever. It all started at 6:00 a.m, when I was in a middle of a deep sleep.