Narrative Essay About The Malchance Brothers

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The Malchance Brothers
“Get up. It 's time for school!” yelled Mrs.Malchance.
One of the two 13-year-old short and frail brothers named Nathan prepared to get out of bed, until he realized that he was already out of bed on the floor face down. He had rolled over off their bed in his sleep. The other brother Lucas had slept weirdly and had a large amount of aching pain in his back due to it.
“Hey Nathan how did you sleep,” Lucas asked.
“Not very well, I fell off my bed during the night” Nathan responded. “and I feel like there is something in my hair, but I can’t feel it, can you check?”
“No,” Lucas answered, “I’m to tired.” They went over to their connecting bathroom and started their rusted up small shower. Looking in the mirror over the
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In response, Mrs.Gordon said, “You have used that excuse every time, and I don’t believe you.” The two boys had a week 's worth of detention. And of course that was the week that the brand new episodes of their favorite show that would never be put on again was on. After the detention week, the school directory made the parents come to school to ask them what to do with their children. They said that their grades on tests and quizzes were acceptable, but they never turned in their homework. They decided to have them do all of the homework that they didn’t bring to school over …show more content…
“Would you like me to cut your card since it is out of money.”
“I am sorry you must be mistaken. We had most of our money on that card,” replied the mom.
“Come look, it has no money left on it,” answered the cashier. The mother looked at the screen and stopped. It didn’t look as though she could move. Her face went ice cold, and she started to shake.
“Mom, what’s wrong!” the boys cried. But she wouldn’t respond. She started breathing hard. You could hear it from a mile away. When she got out of the trance she said one word that nobody could understand and then she dropped to the ground. Tears were flowing from her red eyes. People surrounding her tried to calm her down. She started to breath normally and was able to stand on her feet.
Some kindhearted people at the store took her down to the police station to find out what had happened to her bank account and if they could get the money back. They couldn’t get back most of their money because not all of it had been transferred to their bank account correctly. They had put it in incorrectly, making it easy for the hacker to get the money out.
After six weeks of searching, the police couldn’t find the person who stole the money. The family only got back 250,000

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