First Day At School
I woke up greeted by the ceiling of my house. Today is my first day of high school. I'm excited. I'm not sure about my mother. She seems worried about me for some reason. Who cares if my mother worries? I mean it is just school, what's the worst that could happen?
Mom:(Opening the door)"Breakfast is ready in 5 minutes."
I didn't want to get up from my bed. I still feel relaxed and calm in my bed.I turned over to my night stand to where my phone is to see if my friend, Alice texted me I haven't heard from her ever since the summer began.
It has just been me and my mother alone but together. It was boring the summer with my Mom. She didn't wanted me to do anything, she didn't wanted me to go anywhere by myself. She wanted me to stay in the house. That way she could keep an eye on me. What she really needs to understand I'm not some little kid anymore, I'm a teenager now!
Mom:Breakfast is ready! Samantha, I expect you to come downstairs.
Me:Mom, just one second, I wanna see if Alice has ever texted me back.
Mom:Sammy, I'm not doing this right now! I expect you to be downstairs at once!
Even though sometimes I can't stand my Mom. I was lucky to have her in my life. Ever since my parents divorced, when I was a child, my mom took custody of me.
Dad has a new wife. She was the girl that my Dad cheated with on my Mom. My mom caught him in the act.
He didn't even invited us at his wedding. I guess he was done with us or something.
I felt very lucky to have my Mom in my life. She was always there for me during rough times,always tries to establish a roof over our heads,puts food on the table she had always been my rock. Sometimes, I just want my Mom to go away because sometimes she could be a little bossy,over-protective and a little annoying. I get a little frustrated with it.
She hadn't had a very good life as a teen. She wanted me to have the life she couldn't. I totally understand! I wanted my Mom to not be so controlling of my life. Just let me have my own life. I wish high school would be more better than here.