Personal Narrative Essay: Shopping At The Vans Shop

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It is Friday afternoon at 7:00 p.m and my family and I are getting ready to go shopping at the mall. We are all very excited to pick out a couple of things we really want. My brother has spent months looking at the goofy basketball shoes he wants on his phone. He saved just enough money to buy these shoes. I was also looking to buy a new pair of vans for going back to school to impress all of my friends. My sisters wanted whatever girls want (which I don’t really pay attention to). It is 7:45 p.m. and finally everyone is ready to go (mainly my sisters because the rest of the family always waits on them).
It is 8:15 p.m. and we reached our destination, the mall! My sisters went with my mom and my brother and I went with my dad to start shopping. We head to the Vans store to get my first ever pair of vans. I found a nice pair of black, canvas vans.I also found a pair of blue and black pair of canvas vans that I want as much as the black. The store only had the pair of black vans in
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and we just notice that we need to leave and that it will close in five minutes! We dash into the elevator and run to the exit and try the door. It is locked! “We are trapped!” screamed my sisters. We check the time and it is 10:05 p.m. We barely missed it and we are stuck in the dark mall. My dad calms everyone down and we decide to look for a janitor or someone to let us out. We hear a faint whistle and feel a chill. We decide (well my dad did since we were all scared) to check it out. We walk slowly around the mall and bump into someone. “Monster,” we all screamed It was just a security guard! We explained to him that we spent to much time eating and that the door was closed. He introduced himself and said his name was George. He asked us if we had checked the other doors, but we hadn’t because we were scared. He led us to another door and it was also locked! Its 10:15 p.m. and all of our feet are tired from looking for a exit, and we still have had no luck finding

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