May Warm-Up - Crishelle Bayani Period 5

May Warm-Up - Crishelle Bayani Period 5
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  • Who would be waiting for me?
  • "Honey? There's someone at the door, and I think someone's waiting for you!"
  • "I bought you tickets to see Ford's Theater tonight!"
  • "You look stunning."
  •         I was in my house, cleaning the room of my boyfriend, Mike. He was at war, and I had never heard from him ever since he left. I stared at the picture that hung on the wall above his bed, to see a picture of us, half hugging each other, and smiling. Suddenly, my mom called from downstairs. As I started to head down, I started to wonder why she couldn't do so.
  • "Babe, what's wrong? You looked worried."
  • "HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!"
  • "I-I don't know. Something...something startled me. Prove me wrong, but I think I heard a gunshot."
  •         When I answered the door, someone jumped on me and tackled me to the ground. When I looked to see who it was, tears started to flow down my cheeks. It was Mike, giving me that charming smirk that I had wanted to see in such a long time. My mom held out two slips of paper, and told us we were going to Ford's Theater. I was beyond happy as I rushed to get ready.
  • "AAAAAAAH!"
  •         We started getting ready for tonight, and as I was looking at myself at the mirror, Mike came up to me and gave me a single-amethyst beaded necklace. He hugged me and told me I look stunning. I blushed as we started to get in the carriage to the play.
  •         Once we were settled, the show had begun. President Abraham Lincoln arrived late, but no one seemed to notice.  One hour into the play, I was having the greatest time of my life, laughing at the most funniest joke,  but when I looked at Mike, he seemed worried. I asked him, "What's wrong?" and he replied, "I think I heard a gunshot."
  •         When I looked around, trying to locate the sound, a piercing scream came from above. It was Mary Lincoln, in terror, as her husband was shot from behind. Several soldiers came to assist, but a man, the famous John Wilkes Booth, leaped off the tower, yelling words I didn't understand, and hobbled off the stage, clearly breaking his ankle.
  •         After we were evacuated from the theater, my mom hurriedly set us down on the couch and made us tea. After we had a long discussion about what happened and that we were okay, I went to bed, letting my thoughts hang above me. What a night!
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