Her mother put her to bed and told her that everyone has days like that and she hopes she will be cheerful tomorrow. Theme: Everyone has days when they are moody but they don’t last forever. Summary/Main Idea: Bella is in a contrarian mood, to put it charitably. It starts when she wakes up to find her little brother, Bob, “crawling around my room and licking my jewelry,” and it’s downhill from there. Nothing goes right for Bella, and she’s more than willing to play her misery forward:
Besides, chapel only served to "keep us quiet and bored for a set period each day". As Edna writes many times, the simple fact persists that "chapel is stupid" annoyance suprs her eyes to wander, and Edna glances out the window to realize that the Hudson forms a smaller ribbon now, a fainter, delicate version of itself as the train clacks and clings away, soothing her into the curl of almost sleeping. Edna had stayed last night with her cousin Anna in Palisades Park before heading on to Poughkeepisie. They talked in Anna's room until 1 in the morning, pondering "deep and exciting issues of the day", to quote Edna’s journal once again.
A Day in the Life of- Personal Narrative Being shaken awake by my mum I turn over annoyed, thrown my pillow over my head and groan in miserable agony at the thought of having another early morning. That dreaded feeling, the kind that makes you feel like your heart’s in the pit of your stomach, overcomes me as I know that at any moment my mum is going to put on the light, open the curtains and threaten me with a jug of cold water or being dragged by my feet out of bed, and promptly down the very bumpy staircase. I begrudgingly pull myself off the bed and half walk, half fall into my bathroom. Even with all my misery it gets ten times worse with the dread of school. I still do not understand the concept of going to school early, everyone is completely out of it anyway.
Sarah smiled brightly to her friend. Alison half smiled, she did not feel too good and wanted to go back to bed until the day ended. “Not like you to be early,” Sarah said smiling. “How’re you feeling this morning?” “Fine thanks, Just want to get today out of the way, have a feeling it’s going to be my worst day.” “Oh don’t say that. Have you seen your mum?” Sarah asked softly.
Normally she would have immediately jumped out of bed to tame her mane of thick hair with a straightener but now she just felt too fatigued to really care. Celeste yawned widely when she began to roll herself out of her thick covers and out of bed. She placed her bare feet down on the cool hardwood floors beneath her before flinching and bringing them back up under the warm covers. Would five more minutes really hurt anyone? She knew for a fact her parents were already off to work and the only two souls in this house was her and her younger brother, Clark.
She rubbed her eyes with the backs of her hands and stretched up, feeling the relief as she cracked her stiff back. "Wake up, Lacey," Lauralee demanded, pulling back the black lace canopy covering her sisters bed. Lacey's short, dark-brown hair was barely visible beneath the thick duvet, and the rest of Lacey was a mere lump in the sheets. "Just nine more hours," Lacey responded lazily, dragging the covers off her face to glower at her sister. "You heard Father, we have to b... ... middle of paper ... ...ully before returning to their quaters.
It was 9:00 on a dark and dreary night in October when Mindy and Mandy crept slowly up the stairs to check on their little brother Max. Mandy was very upset over the fact of having to check on her little brother when she wanted to sleep. However, Mindy wanted to make sure he was asleep, and she dragged Mandy along for company. “He’s supposed to be asleep! And he should be asleep by now!
I french braided it tightly before going back into my bedroom and crawled on the floor to my bed trying to dig out my beaten up pair of converse. “ Lily… come on, it’s time for school,” I gently shook her awake watching her large coco brown eyes open. “ No… too early…” She whined rolling over and getting herself out of bed, “ Do you have to go to work today Anna?” I nodded a bit sadly, “ Sorry sweet. But, I’ve got to go.” She sighed and went over to the small walk in closet that we had converted into a bedroom for my little six year old brother. It tore at my heart everytime I watched them get ready for school, or when they get ready to go to bed at night that there is no possible way for... ... middle of paper ... ... wasn’t early to work because of it I thought it was worth spending the time with her.
Sarah walks into her daughter Ellie's bedroom, sits on her bed and watches her for a few minutes before waking her. "Ellie Belly time to get up, we are going to see Alexia, Ben and Amber" Ellie stirs "No London!" she say’s as she pulls the cover over her head. Sarah giggles at her "We're not off to London you numpty, they've moved in just down the road remember" Ellie sit’s straight up and looks in Sarah's direction, blinking her eyes to try and get them to focus "Ben road down lives?," Ellie blinks at Sarah a few more times and then she looks confused "Wait! No!
Rumours Arya woke earlier than usual; the sun had not yet risen and Sansa was still fast asleep in her bed. Arya had to push down the desire to wake her, but Mother had told her that when she wakes before her sister it is not good manners to wake her by jump on her bed. She stayed in her room for an hour or so, playing with her fake sword (really just a stick from the Godswood), pretending to be Queen Nymeria but soon she grew bored of being alone and wandered out to see if her brothers were awake. Unfortunately all the boys were fast asleep, even Jon, who was usually up before the others. Arya wandered around, passing some of the servants who were already on their feet getting things in order for the day.