Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Anna the Big Small Girl ( Narrative )

Anna was a quiet the girl she attended Junior Lake High. She was also to herself at all times, She had long ginger orange hair, that would change colour when her mode changes. She had big baby green eyes. She had a perfect body, but she wasn't popular in or around school. Hard to believe right? Her father John Aid Green was the top manager of the most popular restaurant 'Spice'. Her mother Jade Green was a stay at home and sow type of mum. (Which gives you a picture of where Anna gets her personality from.)  Anna was quite lucky that she was the only child. She had her privileges at times. But growing up those privileges slipped right out of her hands.

Although she wasn't popular at Junior Lake High, by the time she hit Senior Lake High, she was called ‘Miss Popular’ she figured , that if she was ‘Miss Popularity” that she could throw massive parties and invite the school. It was quite weird and unloving  of her to take advantage of her dad, and use his money and credit card to hold these parties. But he didn't really care, as long as his daughter was happy he was happy.

So little Anna went from being the loving and careing little girl, to a pretty much big time spoilt girl, that threw parties wherever and whenever. Anna held this act right through the year right to final year of high school. To celebrate the begging on the year she threw a party. After the party, friends stayed and helped pack up.

The next day when Anna went to school, she felt that something was missing, but she couldn't remember what that was. She felt that she had forgotten something, someone. Looking around she some students crowding her, commenting on the how awesome the party was the other night. She thanked them and walked away to use the little girls room. Standing in the bathroom she started in the mirror. Then she clicked, it was her phone. She went through her bag to see if she had put it in this morning. No she hadn't, first time. By the time school finished she went home to see if she had left it on her dressing table. Still no sign. “Mother have you seen my phone?” Anna asked her mum. 

Her mother stared at her puzzled, everything she did she knew that Anna would have not abandon her phone. “No I haven’t seen it anywhere, sorry darling” she said. Anna didn't really mind, cause she knew that her father could buy her a new one in an instant ( Seeing he was the top manger of the hottest restaurant ).The next day she found that her laptop had gone missing. She still didn't mind, cause, once again her father was sooo rich to buy her another one. Then a three days later something much more crucial and valuable had gone missing of hers, her grandmother's gold necklace she had handed down to Anna before she had passed away. They looked every where from the top of the house to the bottom of the house, still no sign of the gold necklace.

They came across to the last room. The basement. They looked around and saw light flashing from behind the washing machine. Mum, and Anna tried with all they’re muscle they had to push the heavy object away, and so they did. As soon as they pushed this heavy objects away, she immediately saw all of her things that had gone missing. Her phone, her laptop, and her granny’s golden necklace. Some other goods she had had went missing, things from when she was 2 years old. Like her softball glove sign by the Spartans, and her old little Dora the Explore Laptop. She grabbed the objects and put  into her arms and cried as memories flashed in her head. Realising that she was now a grown adult, she completely changed. 

While I was in Tonga I wrote story's during my free time, above is one of them.

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