There goes my alarm again. I feel like breaking it. The sound is so annoying. I turn it off, try to wake up, but that doesn’t happen. I go to sleep again. I hear my mother’s voice saying,
“Wake up your ten minutes late!!!!” That’s when I actually wake up.
I feel that there is no meaning in going to school. That’s me. I go to school to meet my friends and to get detention.
I love the teacher in the detention office. Her name is Ms. Chaiken. My friends and I go to see her everyday and we say, “How fun can detention be?” Whenever a different teacher comes in the office, we cool down and just sit there and do nothing, but it’s not the same with Ms. Chaiken. Whenever she comes in the office we jump and down like little kids.
Another good thing about Ms. Chaiken is that she is nice. She always comes up to us and says, “You guys did something again? Don’t do the same thing over and over!” in a soft voice and would smile and walk away. This is what my friend and I do usually. But we had another thing we loved to do. It was surfing. Since we lived in Hawaii we could surf as much as we wanted. My friend and I would go for the big waves.
One day while we were surfing one of my friends disappeared. Nobody knew until I found out. I went looking for him and told the other guys to call people to help. Since I was the best surfer I went alone looking for my friend. It took me a while to find him. When I found him he was bleeding from the head. I carried him on my back then on to the surfboard. The blood coming out of his head was so warm. It made me feel like I was putting my hands in a bathtub.
Nobody came to help my friend and me. I knew that someone would come, but there was no sound of anybody coming. Time was running out and my friend needed serious help. I was in panic. I didn’t know what to do. But I knew if we stayed in the water we would just die. So I decided to move and try to get back were everyone could find us. The waves were furious the water splashing me and my friend. For some reason my skin was starting to get numb. It sure didn’t feel like I was standing and was riding a surfboard. But right then I saw a light trying to find something. I screamed and waved my hand with all the strength I had left. I didn’t have any power left to do anything feeling the light shooting at us. I hear a sound of a boat coming closer and closer.
I woke up. I didn’t know where I was. It didn’t seem like I was at home. Right when I looked right I saw my friend getting stitches. Then I noticed that I was in the hospital.
Time went by my friend and I was put in the same room. A lot of people came to visit and see if we were ok. Then the door opened up. We looked who came in. It was Ms. Chaiken!!!!!!!!!! My friend and I was so happy and felt better.
My friend and I kept getting detention that year just to see Ms. Chaiken. Also, we never quitted surfing either.