But right when I stepped back to lock myself inside our home, that at some moments resembled a zoo, my mother’s car pulled up behind me in the eerie parking lot. She slammed the door and sluggishly walked back inside our apartment, and said that she had to come back because she would be gone for a while. She needed her children. I quickly walked back towards the door, still confused about what was going on. “Maybe Robert was in trouble and needed our help,” I thought to myself.
So I got in the back seat of her new car. As we were leaving the school parking lot there was my mum in our car, Belinda didn 't see her and I was too scared to say anything so I sat in the back seat and didn 't make any sound what so ever. My house was about 1 hour from the school so it takes a while to get there but it was going to take even longer because Belinda had to go and get some things at the plaza. When we got to the big plaza, Belinda got out and left me in the car and the windows were all up and condensation was forming on them from my breathing. I was pretty sure she forgot all about me.
Achieving the goal of waking her up, I turned around to leave the room when she said, “I crashed the car.” My first thought was exactly what, “what did you say?” Pulling her face into the mattress she muffled and said, “I snuck out and accidentally crashed the car and left it there.” It sounded too good to be true and immediately I checked out the garage. Like exactly what Nicole said the car wasn 't there and that was when panic started to set in. Crying out to mom I cried, “the car isn 't here!” Behind the door of her closet, I heard my mother ask if I was joking. Telling her I was quite serious she came rushing out of room to the door of the garage. Ripping the door open, she found exactly what I found, no car.
However he took her where she wanted to go. At the gates of Resurrection Cemetery the young woman asked him to stop saying that this was where she had to get out. Palus was very confused but asked her if she would allow him to walk her across the street to which she replied that he couldn’t follow her to where she was going. Before Palus could think of a reply the young woman got out of his car, ran toward the cemetery gates and just as she reached them she disappeared. It was at that moment that Palus realized that he had spent the evening with someone from the world
After we got out of the minivan, we took a taxi back to the hotel. We all went to bed, without a speaking word to each other after that terrifying moment. Before I closed my eyes, my mother told everyone that we are going to skip the mountain hike tomorrow “to narrow our chances of dieing.”. I could tell my mom was significantly traumatized by this event. The next day, she told us to pack our bags because, she booked us a
This story takes place last summer in the month of July, about one week. My family and I went on a trip out west. Our final destination was in South Dakota. We left on a monday morning and I remember my mom was trying to get me up and they almost left without me. Everyone packed their bags in the car but when I was about to put mine in the car I was informed that there was no more room and it had to get tied to the roof.
¨Lucille get down here right now¨ Said her mom ¨No mother.¨replied lucille Lucille then jumped out the window. And her mother yelled at her again, not knowing that she was gone. When Lucille 's mother went to go find her she was nowhere in sight. Assuming that she was just hiding somewhere her mother began to kneel down looking for Lucille under the bed and she wasn 't there. ¨Where could she be?¨ Her mother exclaimed Her mother began to check the closet and behind the dresser but Lucille was nowhere in sight.
That day my mother threatened to “drag my ass to boot camp”, I had called my dad during the car ride and told him, and boy was he mad. He basically said “She better not take me” except with a lot of vulgar language. Once I got home, my dad explained to me that if I don’t want to, I don’t have to see her or contact her. I didn’t for quite a while; a couple of
I was so lost in thought that I could hardly pay attention to the second grade teachers screaming“ stop coming down these steps!”as we all ran out the door. I got outside and it was the usual set up Ryan’s mom at the bottom of the left side of the steps with Brielle’s mom right beside. It was all the same except we are for where Mia was supposed to be she wasn’t. I thought. I was about to break down and just cry.
Instead, I hopped into my mom’s suburban, and we rode to St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls. When I arrived at the hospital, a nurse put me in a waiting room. The room comprised of an odd chair, a tv, and one wall that was not truly a wall, but a curtain. I sat in the chair watching the news with my parents. Four days before, the Boston Marathon bombing had occurred.