I awoke drenched sweat and my heart racing, I looked around the room frightened fearing that there is a monster hiding somewhere in my room. I wiped the sweat from my brow as I slowly and carefully get out of bed, shaking. I began walking down the darkened hallway towards the bathroom, turning on every light that I could find. As I got closer to the bathroom I began to see a creature with long arms and snake like hair. My heart began beating like a drum at a band concert, my eyes widened in fear.
Rain pummeled the house as if demanding entrance. But the house stood like a stalwart rock; a fortress against attack. Struggling against the fierce winds, Laurenz Anger hurried down the block to the house. He stopped every few seconds to pull his coat tighter around him and taking furtive glances over his shoulder. He rushed up the walk and into the house, slamming the door behind him.
I knew from that night on I would be okay and my judgment was for the better good. A couple of weeks after the controversy blew over, I spent the night at my godmother’s house like I would normally do every weekend. The whole neighborhood was there and we had a lot of fun until at ten o’clock that night it was time for everybody to go home. My godmother, god sisters, god brother,... ... middle of paper ... ... I would not answer.
I knew I had to think fast, so I rushed the window open, climbing out rapidly. I heard the door burst open with a tremendous amount of force. Soon, I reached the roof of my building. Taking a quick time to breathe, which was just enough time for the police to rush toward my location, I rushed to the edge of my domicile, only to look down seventy feet at an alley, ending with nothing but pavement and a dumpster bin. With despair, I will always play back this scene and with the sound of guns shooting towards my direction.
I ran back up to the safety of my own room, narrowly avoiding the other shoe being hurled in my direction. “Meilynn, hurry up honey, we're going to be late,” my dad yelled. The sound of my own voice called from the bathroom, but I wasn't sure if I heard “Right Out!” or “MEOW!”. I poked my head out... ... middle of paper ... ... was milk in the cups. We had on fancy clothes and hats and everybody was meowing at each other, having a grand old time.
Mary’s eyes watered as she abandoned her older sister on the stairs and started walking back towards her bedroom. Suddenly interrupted by a thunderous sound echoing through the house, Mary froze. She knew the sound well; it was the door leading to the dusty path outside slamming. This was swiftly followed by an indistingu... ... middle of paper ... ...ng her. Like a deer in headlights, she scanned the room for an escape only for her eyes to settle on Evelyn’s horrified expression.
Once I had finished everything I had to do , I had gone up to my room . I called my best friend and we started to talk about how amazing the party was going to be , how all the people we liked were going to be there , and how great the night was going to be if I would go . Once I had hung up on her , I started to get ready to go . My mom walked in the room and asked me who I was getting ready to go out . I had mentioned the party weeks ago , .
Helen rolled her eyes in mock disgust. “Um, that’s a negative Mr. Sanderson. I will sleep for a week after the months it took to plan this shindig.” She gave Paul a quick kiss on the cheek and laughed. Sonya, Helen and Paul’s teen daughter came into the kitchen quickly. She seemed to be searching for something.