Tomorrow @ School

Today we were supposed to list details with the five senses. So tonight I am going to try to write an example of what I want to do tomorrow.

Sight:

She walked toward us. The light reflected off her jiggling pale white thighs. I shuddered to think about what she would be wearing if we had not been outside at a football game. As the stadium lit up and we could see a reflection off of her silver Sketcher Shape Ups. She wore a zebra top and a pair of leopard print booty shorts. As I sunk in my seat, someone shouted behind me, “Dude, is that your mom!” I was mortified.

Touch:

I was stuck. I tried to get down and couldn’t, so I hung on as hard as I could. I could feel my hands start to blister. My palms began to get sweaty.

“Call someone to help, ” I yelled down at my mom.

“I’ve got 911 on the line.” she shouted up at me.

I started to slip. The way down was fast, and I hardly remember hitting the ground.

“Crack” I heard my leg break. A searing pain went through my body. I could hardly breath through the pain. An EMT picked me up and everything else disappeared.

—-That’s it for tonight…I need more. Maybe I’ll write it in the car on the way to work.

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About schmeggo

Hi there and welcome to my little piece of web. I am a wife, a step mom,mom, and a teacher among other things. I am addicted to school supplies and getting things for as little as possible. During July and August I spend Sundays coming the papers and stalking my local Staples trying to find items at prices that I can get over 120 of them. During the school year, this is a personal blog of educational interest. I am by no means an expert on education and child rearing, but through trial and error, I hope we can help each other out. Whether you are buying for one or one-hundred, kindergarten to college, I hope that my little web space can help you find something trendy or cheap to make back to school on any day easier.
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