Notes From the Midnight Driver
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Notes From The Midnight Driver
Son, I'm moving to Philadelphia for my new job!
In late September, 15 year old Alex just had his parent's divorced and his dad accidentally left the liquor cabinet open and Alex drank vodka and got drunk and he had to go somewhere so he took his mom's car and he passed out due to alcohol poisoning and crashed into his neighbor's gnome and got arrested and sent to the prison infirmary.
Don't worry about me, I'll be fine.
No you won't!
It is now the beginning of November and Alex has to pay $500,000 to repair his mom's car and to do so he works at a rehabilitation center and takes care of Mr. Sol. Lewis who has severe memory loss so everyday when Alex comes in, he's always forgotten by him. Every day something different happens because a nurse told Alex to be rude to Mr. Lewis.
Solomon Lewis was a great man who proudly served our country...
In this part of the story, it is New Year's Eve, Alex had just met up with his dad for Christmas and he told Alex that he is moving to Philadelphia for a new job. He didn't say what job and now Alex is suspicious of his dad for moving to Philadelphia for no reason. His parents are divorced but his dad was always mysterious. This part also shifted relationships with them and shifted Alex's life.
Valentine's Day. Alex's worst day of the year. Every year at the school they host a dance where the ladies ask the guys and Alex never gets asked. This year, he did. As he was ready to pick up Sarah, he got a call from the hospital. It was a nurse saying that Sol has pneumonia.
R.I.P. Solomon Lewis. Sol has just passed away and Alex is hosting his memorial service. As Alex was digging through his belongings, he found a picture of him in the army, which nobody really knew about. After the memorial service, Alex has decided to take a part time job at the hospital helping the other patients.
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