It was first day of middle school, my mother used to pick me after school but now wasn 't able to so I had to start riding the bus. I 've never road the bus to my house before so I was scared. Once the bell rang for school to get let out I walked outside along with the other kids to find my bus, 210. I spent about 20 minutes looking for my bus and I guess I spend so much time looking for it that all the buses started leaving. I was scared because now I had no idea on how I was going to get home.
However I still think it’s an enviable trait. My birthmark started a lot of conversations with people, and constantly talking about my “flaw” engendered the self-confidence I feel today. Although my birthmark has waned, my personality hasn’t. I’m rarely uncomfortable meeting new people, and I bring easygoing relief to those around me, even in situations that can be stressful. I still feel just as lucky as I did when my mom told me an angel had kissed me, for it was that mark I have to thank--the bright red, puffy circle that permeated on my left cheek--for the poise and chutzpah I would have never known otherwise.
I got up and started walking to the door everyone’s eyes were on me with nervousness on one hand and fear on the other, I reached for the door knob. Since it was my first day, I was confused which hallway to use so I was just walking around trying to find my second period after wondering around I managed to get to my class. I went to my second period class and the bell rang as I entered. I was confused about when I would have lunch. I didn’t know anything, nor anybody.
I started to pick up my speed gradually, hoping that the car wouldn 't either but luck sure wasn 't on my side that morning, the car shifted speeds as I did, which at this point I 'm pretty sure we both knew that we were on to each other so I cut to the chase and book it! Lighting seemed like a turtle compared to me, I ran so fast that I didn 't realize I was already at the front steps of my school in 6 seconds. Thoughts of fear and excitement paraded through my body as I sat Twitching to tell somebody about what I had just experienced but then I remembered that the only friend I really have at school is a boy named Joe and our friendship doesn 't seem to extend outside of lunch boundaries but I could wait a few more hours to tell him about this unbelievable news. Three hours go by and it 's time for lunch, as I 'm as I 'm walking out of my English 11 language arts class to lunch I noticed that everyone was looking my way in didn 't break EYE contact til they were behind me, soon I reached lunch and I sat to my regular lunch table and waited for Joe to come but he never came, soon soon as I figured he was not going to come I began to dig into my lunchbox picking at my
Whether it comes from a memory that Cofer shares or a story that Mama tells, there is a hidden meaning for each story. At the beginning there is the story of Maria la loca, a women who was left at the alter by a man who lied and deceived her. The story was told by Mama while Cofer was a small child listening to the grownups talk. The story is told because Cofers’ Aunt Laura is going to get her wedding dress hemmed, but she does not even know if or when the wedding will take place. Mama describes the story in a way that catches each of the characters attention.
“Hey mom can I bring a book.” “Sure Kyle, make sure to bring 2 books it might be a very long time.” “Ok mom.” I ran upstairs very quickly found 2 books I haven 't read and ran back downstairs putting my shoes on as I hopped down to the car. The trip here was pretty dull and boring anyways I just walked up to the stand to see how long the line was it was probably a 4 hour wait so I chose not to wait I speeded down the stairs and as soon as I hit where we were everybody started clapping “Huh what’s going
October 4, 2007. I was in school, just like every other day and the office gets a call from my mom saying that I need to leave. At the time, I was confused because my mom would never just pull me out of school unless it was an emergency. I got to the car and she told me that we are going to the hospital, grandma is not doing good. Hearing those words come out of her mouth was heart-wrenching.
They were laughing well my mom was on what my dad said. After what my dad said I would’ve stared laughing to, but I just wasn’t in mood it wasn’t the right time to go. The trip wasn’t as I expected…It was way funnier I thought it was going to be a boring trip but it wasn’t like but I still wasn’t in the mood. We got snacks, we saw different animals it was pretty nice. But my parents kind of ruined the trip they told us they already rented a luxury hotel but what they didn’t know the payment got canceled.
Senior Alyssa Botessi eagerly waits for her mom to pick her up from school. She has her driver’s driving license and a car of her own, but there’s one thing she is missing—a parking pass. As soon as she gets home, she jumps in her car and drives to Hart Mmiddle S school for track practice. “I get dropped off at school by my mom, then I get picked up by her and driven home only for me to take my car up to Hhart or Sstoney for track practice,” Botessi said. “It’s very inconvenient with my track schedule, especially this year because not only is part of the parking lot closed, but the track is too, so the Rochester track team takes their practices elsewhere.
“Beep beep!” The sound of my grandma's car made us both rush ourselves outside. At the time, I didn’t know what I was going to expect going to Cape Cod because I had never been there before. All I knew was that the food was good, and you had to dress preppy. Sam and I hopped into the car after squeezing our luggage into the tiny trunk. I asked grandma,” How long is the ride there?”