I imagined the scenario in my head. First, I would use my phone to hack into the autopilot of a plane. Then, I would make it crash in front of the school where the little kids were having recess. The principle would run away in a hurry and I would be out of trouble. There was just one problem. My phone was in my backpack and my backpack was in my locker and my locker was on the other side of the school.
"So you hit your classmate because she wouldn't let you get to your locker?" my dad asked.
I slumped in my seat. I knew he wouldn't take my side. But I didn't respond. Instead, I stared straight ahead at the poster of a map on the United States that was placed behind the principle. Then I came up with a more believable way to get out of trouble.
First, I would excuse myself to go to the bathroom. Then, I would sneak to the little kids' classroom and... Yeah, that's all I got.
"Look, April, I know Belle gets on your nerves sometimes, but I need you to-" but the principle couldn't finish. He was suddenly, and very rudely interuptted by thunder. I instinctivly looked outside and saw it was pouring and a flash of lighting struck not too far from the school. I gasped and gripped the chair while my dad chuckled rudely at my behavior.
The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:
Begin Start typing to begin
Words Reach 50 words
Event An airplane crashes
Words Reach 100 words
Prop Include a map
Words Reach 200 words
Event There is a great storm
Letter Use the letter V
Letter Use the letter T
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