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  • Expostion
  • Rising Action/ Conflict
  • I'm Sorry!!
  • Rising Action
  • Anne and I are walking to our neighborhood pool. Anne is so excited to go to the pool she didn't even think about her floaties.She is screaming and yelling about how excited she is. I told her I was tired of her screaming with excitement.That's when I told her I forgot them and everything flipped.
  • Rising Action
  • Now, Anne is furious and throws a temper tantrum like a wild banshee. After two minutes, I had it with her screaming and crying.I was aggravated. That's when I chimed in. I yelled at her so loud her eardrums probably busted.
  • Climax
  • Then, we arrive at the beautiful, aqua blue pool area.The sun was shining everything was perfect. But with no surprise, we were still fighting about... the floaties. I yelled so loud the whole world could hear me, that's how mad I was.
  • Falling Action/Resolution
  • What if.......
  • Anne keeps yelling about how she isn't going to have fun because she doesn't have her floaties.She was acting like a stubborn little girl who doesn't know how to behave herself. At this point I was about to pick her up and walk her home.
  • "You are the one who should be responsible for you things!" I yelled. That's when she pushed me, and right as I swung to keep my balance, I hit something and heard an extremely loud splash. It was ANNE.
  • I forgot that she couldn't swim for a moment so I thought she was faking. Then I noticed she was really drowning. I jumped in , pulled her out, and made sure she was ok. At last, I spent the rest of the day feeling guilty and thinking about if I wouldn't have saved her. What if I would have brought her floaties. . . we would probably be still swimming and having fun.
  • I didn't save her
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