It was a long day, and the drive back was even longer. I was exhausted from being in the car so long, and I just could not wait to go home. My mom and I had to bring my grandmother and aunt home since neither of them drove. I was already becoming agitated, and my aunt asked for a snowball. I snapped and complained about how tired I was and asked if she could do without one today.
In 2012 i told my mom i could not do it and i said i need to get away from him. So we fought and fought to get it so i did not need to go up there anymore. He complained but then we found out that i was old enough we did not need to fill out any papers and i could be myself and make my own choice. So i did not talk to him for the longest time and then something told me i needed to make plans and talk to him. He and i went to dinner which was awkward, never ending, and i wanted to leave
It is a shame that Sarah never got her Fidget back and that we never made up. In conclusion, both the girls were being extremely childish. Really, a fight about a Fidget Spinner? Sarah should have been more understanding and Ellie should have just owned up to it. An easy solution would have been for Ellie to kindly replace the missing object and for Sarah to keep her temper under control.
My friend absolutely hates my team, so he was just full of bashing my team the whole game. While I was cheering and shouting for my team, he was just bashing it all he could. I didn’t ask for him to come over and just hate on my team, but he did exactly that. I was wanting somebody to watch the game with me, so I called him over. As the game came to an end, my team had pulled away and he was over across the room shouting at the TV and telling the other team they should’ve won.
It would become more painful every time she would move or bend my finger. After she was done examining my finger, she called my father and told him what had happened, then he decided to take me in to the doctor. He arrived at the school, talks to the nurse, I signed out, and we were on the way to the doctors. “It 's probably just sprained. Sprains do hurt worse the breaks yanno.” my father explained.
I then text all my friends about my situation and they all agree with me. My parents are being totally unfair. I look at the lamp sitting on my dresser. Suddenly angered, I pick up the lamp and throw it with everything in me against
He picked me up called my mom and I kept my eyes closed the whole time. I was in the car my mom was scared, and we went to the hospital. When I got there I was hoping I didn’t break my arm, my mom was there crying. I was nervous but I felt fine, then the doctor told me that I broke my arm. I had to stop playing for 3 months, I was acting fine but inside I was dying because I couldn’t do anything for three
One day, I was on the soccer field, playing the game I love and I just about scored a goal but the goalie stopped the ball. Then, the goalie proceeded to punt the ball and I started to run backwards and did not see the ball coming towards me. Also, there was a girl running next to me and when I went to turn around, the ball came crashing down on my head and so did the girls elbow and also the ground. Needless to say, I had a full blown concussion, but I continued to play the rest of the game because I didn’t think there was anything wrong with me. Later that day, I started to feel nauseas and along came the terrible headaches.
So he said “tomorrow all games have been cancelled because of snow but I would love for you to come back and play with us.” so I said I would love to come back and play with the team coach thank you so much for giving me this opportunity. After I finished talking to him everyone came up to me and said “see you in a few months Ricky, Don’t party too much in college.” They all just seemed like they really wanted me there. So from the moment I got there everyone had a great and happy mood. Nobody though they were better than the other and they all treat each other with respect. So I really enjoyed being around the whole team for a week and get to observe them and the way they
She came and sat with me while the nurse gave me an ice pack. I didn’t think the ice pack was going to do very much, so I gave a little chuckle. The nurse told me that she called my parents. When my parents arrived, they looked upset because they didn’t like seeing their child having a broken bone. My parents then took me to the Cresco hospital, and that was where I got my X-rays done.