The English Essay for Breakfast Club

Topics: Sky, Objection, Night Pages: 3 (1150 words) Published: August 24, 2013
My toes pressed firmly into the cool-March sand. The waves gently crashed onto the shoreline of the quiet, small town, which was still in hibernation from the cold winter season. St. Christopher’s beach was always breathtakingly beautiful at this time of year – the weather was not warm enough for the town’s more promiscuous side to come and twirl around in their sheer undergarments, but it was not too cold as to where the touch of the salty water felt like a thousand daggers were piercing your body. It was perfect. Perhaps the only perfect part I had left in my upside-down life. “Gia, Gia!” My serenity and thoughts quickly disseminated into the cool ocean breeze and I turned around to face my friends, I suppose, who were gathering their things and making their way towards the car. “C’mon,” Addie shouted, “we promised you that we would come for only thirty minutes! I just got a text that Sean’s party has drinks – LET’S GO!” I could tell from the tone of her voice that she was getting upset – it was understandable though, Addie has been crushing on Sean ever since freshmen year, when she first moved here to Little Point. A party with drinks and senior guys on a Friday night? If this was proposed to me a year ago, on the same date, I would have happily obliged by putting on my tightest dress and staying out until 3 in the morning. A year ago… everything was so different – I was so different. I guess that’s why I can barely count my friends on one hand. I should have been thankful for the friends who stuck around after all that happened – Addison, Parker, and Emery – even if they only were around because of the pity they felt towards someone they have known since elementary school. Addie began to anxiously tap her foot and hum in a fast pace to the chorus of “Wannabe,” by the Spice Girls. Possibly the worst song ever written, but Addie always hummed along to the tune to calm herself down if she was feeling angry or nervous. Funny, because, she usually hummed it...
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