Descriptive Essay: Football In High School
in Alexander's direct, "This is your appointment for your first tutor session."
Alexander retrieved the note and read the time, "Excuse me, but that time is for now?"
"Yes it is, I suggest you get to the library ASAP!" Topolsky smiled.
Alexander found himself walking at a brisk pace, mostly out of fear of losing his football privileges. So upon later reflection, he understood, his excitement was not for his next encounter. It was football, that was what excited him, not Eva Sinclair.
Alexander arrived in the library and looked around, it seemed empty, aside from the librarian. He approached the librarian and inquired about tutoring sessions. Not even looking up from his book, the librarian point to a booth that Alexander has missed initially in his scan of the room. Thanking the Librarian, he turned and walked to the booth.
"Oh you got to be kidding me!" Alexander exclaimed.
This time the librarian did look up and gave Alexander a stern, "Shushing!"
"Please sit down, lex-," correcting herself, Eva continued, "Alexander."
Alexander obeyed but he told himself that it was under duress. He looked at Eva, trying to size her up. He already knew that he did not like her, however, he was made to play nice until his football privileges were no longer threatened. Like Topolsky, Eva too had a folder with his name on it. Alexander wondered what was in it.
"Today we are not going to talk shop, instead, I would like to just have a conversation," Eva commented, then…