Personal Narrative-I Really Hate Camping
I woke up, sat up, and rubbed my eyes. I saw so much light coming from the windows. I was confused because I didn’t remember seeing light when I was falling asleep. It had been completely dark when I fell asleep. When I got out the truck, I realized the truck was parked behind a Waffle House.
It all started when my parents planned a trip to go camping at High Falls State Park for fall break in 2013. The whole family had to go, including myself. We’re a big family of seven, my mom, my dad, myself, and my four little brothers, Mohammed, Mahmoud, Ahmad, and Walid. I don’t really like camping, because I hate being outdoors. I’ve always felt that it’s unsafe. As I was packing my bag for the trip, and I felt like this trip …show more content…
When the stranger walked by the truck, he looked inside and saw that there were keys. He looked around him to see if anyone was watching him, and no one was. He opened the door and hopped in the driver’s seat and turned the car on. My family and I didn’t realize any of this because we were in such a deep sleep from being so tired. The stranger then drove off with the car. While he was driving he saw a Waffle House and started to crave waffles, so he parked behind the Waffle House, just in case if the police were looking for the stolen car. He went and got himself some strawberry waffles. I was still asleep and I started to feel thirsty, so I woke up to go get some water. I sat up, rubbed my eyes, and I saw so much light coming from the windows. I was confused, because I didn’t remember seeing light when I was falling asleep. It was completely dark when I fell asleep. When I got out of the truck, I realized the truck was parked behind a Waffle House. I called my mom and she didn’t pick up. I called my dad and he didn’t pick up, either. While I was trying to call them again, I saw a man walk to the truck with the keys in his hand and drive off with the car. Then I realized the car had been stolen while I was in the back of it sleeping. I called 911 and explained what happened. When the police arrived they took me back to my family. The police also found the car and arrested the man. My dad decided we should just go back home and forget this camping trip. The bright side to all of this was that we didn’t have to stay camping anymore, and we headed back