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Why Me?

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Why Me? It was a nice sunny, summer's day in early July. My friends and I were enjoying a great game of football during the lunch break. Suddenly I had an urge to visit the bathroom. As I was going, I went past Mrs. Smith's classroom. She taught me English and she was a very good teacher. The door was ajar and the lock looked a bit ruined and messed up. I was starting to get worried, so I slowly walked towards the door to see what was going on. My blood rushed to my head I couldn't hear anything and I felt isolated with an annoying scent going through my head making me feel sick, I broke a sweat above my brow. I heard whispers and I recognised a voice. It was Steven Johnson. He was a tough boy who loses his temper extremely easily. He was a skinhead with a scar going through his head diagonally downwards from right to left. ...read more.


On the way home the weather changed drastically from a lovely, bright sunshine to a cloudy, dull rainfall. This was very much like my mood; I was happy until I so the incident and since then it changed to be a dull and sad day. I was also thinking of what to do, should I tell someone and face the dyer consequences or should I just keep quiet even though I know it is wrong. The next day I saw Steven astonishingly with a brand new top of the range jumper which I know is expensive because I saw it in a shop and there was no point of asking my parents to buy it because I knew they were going to say no. He was leaning on his locker with his hand covering his fist and he was saying quietly "Do the right thing!" After that, the event kept replaying through my mind and I still didn't know what to do. ...read more.


I was very impressed with Steven's attitude to talk to the teacher, he needed a lot of guts to get through it. And all that grief I went through was for nothing. And then I saw him give the jumper he had bought earlier to Mrs. Smith so she can get her money back and then gave she gave Steven money as a loan to fix his dad's car but only if he told his parents everything that had happened during their holiday break and she wanted the money back because she was saving up money for her honeymoon. It wasn't a happy ending for Steven as he had a week's detention and was grounded by his parents for a month. I looked through the window; the dust blew away as the sun came out from behind the clouds, this was like my mood. The sadness whipped away as the happiness came out and all I wanted to do was to go outside and play some football And if it couldn't get better, a few weeks later school was out for 6 weeks of enjoyment. ...read more.

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