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A popular Person In Your Own Age Group.

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A POPULAR PERSON IN YOUR OWN AGE GROUP I always thought about having a life like Becky had. The she was confident cheerful and helping. She always had a bunch of girls surrounding her. If any one wanted a suggestion or help regarding anything, he would go to Becky. The surprising thing was that even the teachers treated her as if she was one of them and not one of us. Even though I wished to have a life like Becky's I, myself, felt a sense of attraction towards her. I cannot even count the number of times she had complimented on my clothes, hair or even on my smile. If she saw any one sad or depressed, she would take him aside and ask the problem and was sure to cheer him up. ...read more.


She said that I could stay with her for the day. I thought that it was a perfect idea. She got up and told me to wait for her in the shed after school. I waited for her as excitement arose in me. I would finally be able to see the background of the seemingly care-free angel. I did not know that Becky was calling my parents home to tell them that I was spending the day with her. At last she came out. I looked around us to see her car or bus. she held my hand and told me she went on foot. That struck me. Perhaps Becky's life was not as comfortable as it seemed. It was extremely hot. We kept on crossing roads, and about what seemed to be an hour, we stopped out side a restaurant. ...read more.


It was beginning to get dark and my legs were about to give up when we stopped. I was stunned when we stopped out side an orphanage! I did not know what to say. All that time this care free angel had been an orphan. I stared in beck's deep brown eyes, now seeing the pain in them and all the hardships she had had to face. "My parents died in a car crash when I was three" Becky said with her voice shaking. I understood the reason she had let me know about her life. I wished that the earth would swallow me up. She led me inside and a bunch of cute little children came to greet Becky. She bent down to kiss all the poor orphans one by one. "This" she said looking up at me, "is my family!" ...read more.

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