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  • The Officer's Short Story: The Haunted House

    across the sky with each letter alternating from a passionate red to a sparkling gold. It was really a piece of art to experience Iron Man precisely aim the fire works and coordinate it so they would spell out my cousin 's name. It was near midnight, and by then most of the party guests had left. We had helped my auntie clean up a bit before we decided it was time for us to leave. We were arriving to our home when I noticed the house was not in the same state that we had left it in. I noticed that our garage door was slightly cracked and so did my mom mentioning, “Did we leave the garage door open?” Munoz 3 I began to get a twirling feeling in my stomach while thinking at the same time something doesn 't feel right. We clicked the garage remote and the garage slowly opened to reveal that something in fact was not right. Our green Ford Explorer has been robbed! Surely we must have been robbed for something else besides our car so I begin to approach the entrance from the garage to our house. Thoughts begin to graze my mind thinking is someone in there right now? What if they are armed just waiting for us to go in? My heart begins pumping faster and I keep hesitating if I want to open the door or not. I finally gather up my courage and slowly open the door. Behind the door, the lower floor of our house seems untouched. Everything was where we had left it and a little weight began to ease off of my shoulders. My dad mentions, “What about upstairs? Did they take anything from…

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  • Home Invader Short Story

    My dad checked out the door leading to the garage. He touched it and hissed in pain at the heat up against his bare hand. Then he opened it, to my horror the smoke barreled inside to our home. Nothing I could tell myself could waver my belief. The house was on fire and we needed to get out now. I sprinted up the stairs in a panic, telling my other brothers “the house is on fire we need to leave now!” Thoughts ran through my head rapidly. I could not decide what to do first. Just run out or grab…

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  • Personal Narrative-Sacrifice Or Immigrant?

    confused on why I was so scared. That’s when he sat up and asked me what happened. I froze in a dead because I was too scared. Then I started stuttering because I was trying to explain it. “I I I saw a guy in our backyard and he he looked like he got burnt” I said “Just calm down I will go look and see what’s going on” he said As he goes out and looks I follow behind him. He takes a look out the window and he seen a bunch of people running down the street while being chased. The he…

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  • Dragon Challenge-Personal Narrative

    five fifty dollar gift cards; two hundred and fifty extra dollars to spend on iTunes, Amazon, Sephora, Pollo Tropical, and LuluLemon. I thought to myself, “How could this day get any better?” Moments later my parents made the announcement; We were leaving within the hour to go to one of the amusement parks at Universal Studios! My friends and I ran up to our rooms and got dressed as quickly as we could. My friends and I had Chacos, so we put on our matching footwear and ran down to the kitchen.…

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  • My Grand Car Narrative

    he had a surprise for me. I told him I would swing by later that night. I hung up the phone and immediately turned to Victoria full of excitement. “What are you so excited for?”, she asked. “Victoria, I think my grandpa bought me that car he was going to look at today!” “Well I wouldn’t get your hopes up, I mean what if he didn’t?” “He had to of! There’s no way he told me he has a surprise for me if he didn’t buy it!” Later that night Victoria dropped me off at my grandparent’s house. I waved…

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  • Land Of The Free-Personal Narrative

    He’s a medium sized, fast-talking, man, he speaks both fluent Italian to communicate with us, but also English, communicating with a street vendor to buys some apples. He never mentions his name. “Here you go,” he said “Eat this snack, you are going to need energy for this job.” So, as we walk he explains “The job is very simple, all you have to do is go right down that street right there and you’ll see an open garage, go in that garage and grab the two boxes on the ground, and ill give you…

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  • Fifth Century Narrative Essay

    I raced to the trunk of the car and placed our bags inside. Mom then placed other hunter 's equipment scattered around the garage inside the trunk. She also, then placed her and Baba 's laptop inside with all their information on. We both then walked around to the front of the car. "Mia, get in,"I ordered. Mia nodded and silently without questioning hopped into the passenger seat, while I hopped in the driver 's seat. I then rolled down my window as my mom walked over again towards the car.…

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  • Personal Narrative: Why I M Not Home

    driveway then suddenly it started to rain tennis balls! Hundreds, Thousands of tennis balls came flying from the sky! Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh. Alexis thought. She barked with joy, she started jumping around everywhere with excitement. How could this get any better, she thought. Then, out of nowhere all of her dog friends came rushing towards her to share the amazing experience with her. They all were having a good time until all the dogs stopped and looked at Alexis and made a soft…

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  • How To Write A Narrative Essay On Drunk Driving

    drive back home. Upon starting the car, I felt myself get nervous again. I felt my cousin’s eyes glaring me down, so I quickly took action and proceeded my way home with caution. The drive back home seemed longer than it should have. I finally came to the last stop and I felt myself loosen up. I could see my house from there and relievement went through my body. I even started a whole conversation prior to my arrival to show off my confidence. I started pulling up into the driveway when suddenly…

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  • Sacrifice Essay Examples

    girl and its not mine, its yours now?” I didn’t know if I had heard right so I stayed quite for a minute. “Don’t you love it?” she asked. Of course I did! I mean, I had never had any kind of pet other than a goldfish. This was different. I could not take the pup though; it was somewhat against my parents’ rules to have dogs inside the house. Where was I going to keep her? I couldn’t leave her outside in the cold. “I am sorry, but I cannot keep her, my parents would not be very happy about a dog…

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