Personal Narrative: My Trip To Alabama

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“I have to get out of here.” I thought as soon as I opened my eyes. I was woken up from a hit in the face by a half-awake Brooke, telling me that my sister was calling me. We 've been in Alabama for four days and we leave tomorrow morning. I cannot wait to be home. This trip has not been at all how I wanted it to be. We 'd been planning this trip for months. It 's a graduation present from my mom and uncle. As part of the gift, I got to bring two friends. Of course I chose to bring my two best friends Brooke and Gabi. I was expecting this trip to be full of excitement and new memories to take with me to college, but I feel as if all my friends want to do is sit at the hotel and do nothing. The first couple of days were enjoyable following the 12 hour drive from Texas to Alabama. We went to some shops, tried out a local pizza place and hit the beach for hours on end. Unfortunately, after the first day, Brooke had a really harsh sun burn. Disregarding what everyone …show more content…
I had talked to my mom about what I should do all morning. The only real advice she gave me is I shouldn’t be friends with them anymore because of how they’re leaving me out. I’ve already figured they won’t want to be friends with me anyways, after what my mom told them through text. I mean, who would want to be my friend after that? I’ll just keep the conversation short and sweet.

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I can’t believe it. Brooke wouldn’t say sorry for anything. She says she “doesn’t feel the need to” since she didn’t know she was doing anything wrong. She said she still wants to be friends, however, I believe I’ll be taking my mom’s advice on this one. I’ll just have to fake it until we get back home to Texas. After that, I don’t have to talk to her anymore. I just can’t imagine someone wanting to be friends with someone who is so prideful that they can’t even apologize for being

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