Stitches It was an early saturday morning in 2010, my older brother, Gabe, and I were chasing each other up and down the hall. When we got tired we ran to our parent’s room I was too short at the time so Gabe had to pull me up onto the bed. We lay there for a while until we weren 't so tired and we started to jump on the bed laughing and smiling when Gabe came up with an “AMAZING” idea.
“They didn’t have enough faith,” said Papa looking down on Thomas from the wagon,”but we must stay strong in the faith we have.” Its memories like these that keep me going. Funny to think that was only a two weeks ago I was sleeping in my padded warm bed
Reality seemed to warp itself into a bizarre punishment; every creak in the floorboard became the sound of demons laughing at my torment. When my parents finally came home from work, I fumbled through my lie to the immediate scrutiny of my parents. I cannot really remember the rest, but I imagine they were not
Mom thought I was cold, so she got blankets and tried calming me down and tired putting the blankets around me. But I couldn 't move, I didn’t want to talk to anyone. The shaking got so bad I couldn’t move out of the chair, my muscle got so tight. I 've tired to take a nap that night but all I was doing was tossing and turning.
I had to be told things over again, my room stayed junky and back talked my mom. In school I was distracted, forgot to turn homework in, lying about doing my work, unable to put my thoughts from my head to paper, suspensions, and losing things. I would say or blurt out things that were inappropriate, I just didn’t care. By eighth grade things got worse, grades were low and I wasn’t
Frida’s health was not getting any better. She spend most of her days confined to her bed. She was lonely and depressed. The pain of knowing she could never been a mother was more painful then her actual physical pain that she was feeling from her back. Diego wasn’t changing he was still cheater on her constantly.
He slowly starts to realize that his intelligence is fading and he knows soon enough he won 't understand anything. Charlie starts to notice that he can 't even read his own writings, he knows he did them but he doesn 't understand them. Charlie slowly starts to become depressed and locks himself into his house sleeping all the time not ever doing anything. Charlie starts forgetting everything and he even forgets that he doesn 't go to Miss Kinnians class anymore.
Star Quarterback Once day a kid named Ryan was walking on the sidewalk and he was looking for something to do. Out of know where a kid thew a ball at him and he didn 't throw it far enough. It landed right in front of him and it bounced up and hit him right square in the face. Ryan dropped to his knees. He woke up in the emergency room, and he felt like a whole new person.
When the injured boy began 'lamely lobbing balls at home plate, ' Mr. Hyman realized his foolish shortsightedness in putting winning ahead of his son’s well-being. " No matter athletes conditions, they may not speak about it or discuss it with their parent because later on their parent will be "disgusted" with them or just plain disappointed. To sum this up, not just kids push themselves too far, but also parents, too. Like what I just said, is not just the