Chapter 2: The text

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

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I walked to the garage door and pulled my bike out. I snapped on my helmet and got on the seat. I peddled out the bike and closed the garage. It was about 3:26, according to my watch. I biked down the alley and onto the streets parallel to my school. That was one problem. My home was next to  Valley water high school. I continued down the street, with each peddle, rubber hit the rocks. At the end of the road, I took a sharp right turn. I went onto the sidewalk to avoid the busy intersection. After a couple of minutes of biking along small stores, I came up to the corner store. Good ol' Super mart. I chained up my bike and headed on in.

"Welcome to super mart." Said the cashier drowsily.

"Just need milk."

 I walked to the back of the fairly big store. I opened up a cooler and pulled out a gallon of 2% milk. I walked back to the cashier and paid for it. I walked out and went to my bike. I unlocked it, got on, and went home.

The gravel under my tires was an annoying sound. I opened the garage and kicked down the stand on my bike. I took off my helmet and put it on the seat. I walked up to the door, opening it. My mother was waiting for me at the kitchen table.

"Here is the milk you wanted."

I put the cold milk on the table. My mom gestured me to go back to the garage. I hopped back onto my bike and peddled out to the park.


Submitted: November 29, 2016

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