Personal Narrative: The New Girl

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It was the middle of freshmen year in high school. Just an ordinary girl about to make extraordinary leaps in her life. Fifteen and feeling like the world is at your fingertips. Well truth is, it was, for me anyways. Brand new school, new family, different lifestyle, small and homey yet adventurous community, and friends that will truly last a lifetime. Imagine what it would be like to in a sense start fresh. This was the ultimate chance to be myself. Two days before Christmas break and not seeing my Mom for what seemed ages but only three days before. First day at a new school and my head was spinning like a penny on the ground. Sure didn’t take long until my first friend was made. I had gone through several periods being introduced as the “new girl” who for …show more content…
Times that by five and that is what I have been living with for the past 15 years. House full of them as if pestering mosquitoes were raiding the area, except ten times larger and can have an obnoxious voice. Imagine how chaotic life would be. Since that picture is soaked in your brain add the best ingredient of all, lying. Telling your daughter (who is longing to go see her mom who she only gets to see every other weekend and once a day during the week on the weekdays) that she cannot stay a little bit longer to watch a basketball game, that she is not allowed to go to graduation parties, and that she can’t go to a funeral of her own great-grandpa. Yet, over here you’re supposedly Christian and doing what is best for your daughter. On the other hand you apologize for what? For lying that you “have plans” when you never did and just made up something last minute. Guess what? That whole day while you think your daughter is having the time of her life with you she is honestly only thinking about one thing; Her mom and wishing she was spending that time with

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