That house was our dream come true and it was the first house I can remember living in. The first month of moving in we did nothing but pray about how thankful we were that we were able to not only afford the house but also be chosen as the owner…well renter. That is where our problems arose from. We did not own this beautiful house and because we were first home buyers we were put into a lease, to rent to own. Our lease stated after 2 years we would have paid the full amount for the house and would be able to own it.
It was a huge farmhouse so they’ve permanently set up my room for my every stay. It was sweet and thoughtful for them to do such a thing. They knew that I needed a country refuge from all the hustle and bustle of the city. I was nineteen when that summer came. My uncle decided to have a function to celebrate my twentieth birthday.
I thought she was just joking around because my brother and I have always expected to have a vacation to other countries. By the time I finished my first year of middle school I knew that this was nearly impossible. My family was already packing up, cleaning out the house, and reserving four airplane tickets to USA. The day that I discovered my parents' future plans was one that seemed like a normal day for a twelve-year old. I got up, had my breakfast, and then proceeded to hang around with my friends.
Brendon Jack Mr. Higglesworth Algebra 269 3 October 2015 Brendon Goes to School (Brendon sleeps) (Alarm goes off, Brendon flies out of bed in shock) (Brendon looks at his alarm clock radio intimidated; smashes it with his fist) Brendon: Ugh. First day of school. (deep breath) (Brendon uses his luxurious bathroom; makes himself some coffee; sits himself in front of television and turns it on) TV: OH GRETTA, GIVE IT TO ME GRETTA. WHERE IS IT HIDI… (Brendon changes the channel) TV: WHAT WORD STARTS WITH THE LETTER N? MAYBE SUCH GREAT WORDS LIKE NI… (Brendon changes the channel) TV: F--- THE BEARS!
Than I asked what about us dad? did you want to have children? did you life change after having a son and daughter?. He said he always loved kids, and to have his own he couldn 't ask for anything more, he added life before you guys was tough I worked in an factory form dawn to dusk and my free time would revolve around farm duties. It was two years into our marriage when my father in law went to America for the first time and gave me the hope that he would take me there too as quickly as he could.
One evening when he arrived home from work, he checked his mails and to his surprise, he got a letter from a lawyer, informing him that he was named as a beneficiary by his uncle in his last will and testament. He is to receive $25,000 from the estate of his uncle. The next morning he went straight to the lawyer and claimed the check and immediately placed it in government bonds. He was very thankful to his late uncle. After a month he told himself that he can now stand on his own as a businessman and materialize what he has always dreamed of.
CLUNK, I hear my phone side off the mattress onto the floor. The cock-a-doodle-doo’s are echoing against the wall. My hand plunges between the wall and my bed. I slide it from side to side, trying to find the power plug where my phone charger sit’s. Finding it I hook my finger under the cord and pull it up along with my cell phone.
Just Another Face in the Crowd On September 26, 2004, I went to visit my uncle in Powder Springs, Georgia. I had gotten into some trouble at home and needed a place to get away for a few weeks. As time passed, those few weeks turned into five months and my get away destination turned into the place I now call home. I never thought when I went for a visit that I would live there permanently. It never crossed my mind that moving was probably the smartest decision that I have ever made.
I'm too fabulouis." Oops. Guess I said that out loud. A moment later I heard an unfamiliar ringtone, by instinct I looked over at my phone that was just chilling on top of my pillow. "Sassmaster Tomo here!"
When they arrived to pick us up my dad was sound asleep. We stayed there for only maybe two months all together. There i realized what kind of place my sister actually lived in all that time. Turns out my uncle and grandmother were crazy. I can’t believe my sister never told me what had happened to her while she was in that house, but i try to be understanding any how.