My mom was very hesitant to let us go swimming because of how foggy the pool had been. It was so foggy that I could put my hand in and not be able to see it. It had been so hot outside that day, my aunt had convinced her that we would all be ok and she would watch over us. My mom couldn’t watch over us because she was watching my little sister inside, but my mom turned away to answer the door for one minute and when she came back my sister was gone.
We were all enjoying our swim in the pool, until my mother had came out screaming “ get out of the pool she’s in the pool, she’s in the pool”, we all looked at her with confusion thinking who ...
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