If he would’ve stopped, he would’ve been in the middle of the intersection. He had no choice but to run the red light. As he passed the light, a police came behind him and turned on his siren. Gabe pulled over and was very nervous because he knew what he did. The cop got out his car, walked up to Gabe’s car and asked him if he knew why he is being pulled over.
To the best of my abilities, I assured her that my friend was not drunk but was feeling sick due to something that she ate. Hoping that the guard bought my story, I smiled and told her that I would stay and make sure that she would be okay. The guard gave me a suspicious look but didn’t bother to interrogate me any further. As she left the washroom I let out a sigh of relief knowing that even though I'm high, I am still able the fully develop an excuse and lie to
I fed you, changed your diapers, taken care of you when you were ill and watched you grow into the fine young man you are today.” Tears were starting to brim in her eyes again. I wasn’t too sure how to proceed after her rather straightforward answer. “I’m sorry,” I finally said and set the glass on the bedside table. “What are you sorry for?” “Not remembering who you are and what you’ve done for me. I know this must be really hard for you, but I promise I’ll try my best to treat you the way I used to, as if nothing ever happened.
I had to go back to my mom and dad because the police wanted to talk to us which scared me again, my heart started pounding really fast because I wasn’t good at talking to people I didn’t know. They asked my parents questions and then they asked me which I was scared for, and my siblings some questions too about how the accident happened but I didn’t know at the time because I wasn’t the one driving. After all the questioning we got a ride to the hospital to do tests on my brain because I hit my head really hard during the accident, when they put me on the table to get a cat scan on my brain, I panicked because the noise scared me. Soon enough they were done and I found out I had a concussion which annoyed me because I couldn’t run around like I used to do all the time. My older sister hurt her wrist during the accident so she had to have that checked out too, so she got checked out
Tony, walking in the parking lot, spotted a car and began walking to the passenger side. “Do you have to have hijack the car from that side or something?” asked Michael. “Ha, of course not you idiot. You’re driving tonight!” replied Tony. Michael had been afraid this may
She advised me to better clean up my house and call my home insurance instead. I was devastated knowing that I could not get any help from them. The officer made me feel to not depend on police anymore, and I have to make my own way to protect my place.
My position as being a case worker and now a supervisor has grown me a person. I have seen a lot and dealt with a lot of people who are unaware of how their words can be hurtful and affect the outcome of their cases. I treat everyone on the same. There is no one better
I just want to have a degree.” This is first person point of view is evidence that proves people with parents who dropped out on their education are making it harder on their child’s education. This quote also proves that even though Williams didn’t have parents who finished high school he can still obtain the drive to seek the knowledge of higher
About a month ago, my family friend Riya told me about an incident which happened to her at my hometown Sikar. While returning from college she was walking alone on the road, suddenly a motorcycle passed by her and she felt a wrong touch- somebody’s hand on her back. She noted the number plate information which helped to identify the person, next day she reached at his home with her friends and told his parents about the incident to teach him a lesson. Though the person learnt his lesson – the incident left behind a scar in our minds. Unfortunately, this is the story of many innocent girls who are abused, harassed or teased at least once in their life.