One. One is important. I just don't know why...
Surprise! This was another one hour story, just like Letters, but I think I did even better here. I think I may just have found my groove...and that makes me happy.
But I'm seriously surprised at how well this came out. I didn't think I could do so well. And sorry about not telling you, my faithful readers, about it. I honestly spent the entire hour this took writing and proofreading. Nothing else. Sleep is overrated, anyways.
One problem. The indentation...I'm pretty sure that's not what it's called, but I'm calling it that anyways. I should pay more attention in English class. Well, whatever the buck it's called, it is off. In the writing stage, it's perfectly even. Save, edit, read. It's off. It does that all the time. I'm tempted to go against all I actually earned in English, and stop...doing whatever it's called...if you know what it's called, say so. It's nagging at me. Please, I hate that feeling. It is very weird. I hate when I don't know a word, as I am always impressing/astonishing/annoying my classmates with how superior my vocabulary is to theirs! I'm only twelve. Astonishingly, it seemed that, until about five months ago when I explained it to a few of them as the 'hospital bzzt thingy', none of my 'friends' knew what a defibrillator is (it took a lot of shouting 'CLEAR!' and 'BZZZZT' and jumping for them to finally get it). I'm pretty sure they've forgotten by now. Now, don't get me wrong, these kids aren't stupid, its just that...I'm rambling...sorry.
My mind has been...
And you say you wrote this in an hour? AMAZING
Love the ending.
Most of these stories are hour stories. One shots that are sad and short come easily. In fact, it's a curse. I have literally forty stories like this in my waiting box. I kid you not.
This is amazing
You posted it...and it's still as good as when I read it last time. The awesomeness prevails
I remember you! What happened to you? You used to post stories. You were the young author, Aringsor. What happened?