A Walk in My Shoes Chapter One

| December 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

By:Jessica Fonseca

Life. Stupid life. My life is a tornado, spinning me in every direction. I used to be an immature, bratty fifth grader, that used to be a girl everyone, most people, loved. My world got flipped upside down, when my mom sat me down and said these exact, exact horrible words. I mean, she was practically asking for me to throw a fit, and stomp straight to my room with no questions asked. “Honey, we’re moving to San Antonio,” she paused a moment. “So you can get a fresh start ¬†for middle school.” She smiled expecting me to smile back, but I did exactly what I said I would. I threw a fit.

Suddenly words starting pouring out. My arms were stroking my hair out of my face, while I was pacing in my room looking for an object to throw, any object would do. Next thing I knew my clay project went flying across the room, it shattered all over the carpet. I couldn’t deal with moving. I mean, what was I going tell my friends?

Category: Creative Writing, Short Story

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