Yellow RibbonYellow Ribbon by ImStillDanielle
I muffled my moans into my pillow as my phone rang loudly the tune of Taylor Swift's Last Kiss. "No. It's supposed to be sleep-in-day not wake-up-Avery-day." My voice cracked and echoed through out my empty, new, light pink room with nothing but paint brushes, my phone charger, phone, and an occasional book scattered along the floor. Eventually my eyes shot open to see the sun drifting in from outside though the big window seat leaving yellow parallelograms on the light wood that was dusted with some saw dust. "Ughh."
"You don't know how lucky you are getting to sleep all day. Being a human means having to get up early and going to school so you get into a good college." I said as I looked at my little wolf/dog mix who was a white-yellow dusty color.
Sitting upwards I dangled my feet over the edge of my bed letting them slide onto the hard wood that sent goosebumps up my legs. Pushing myself off the bed I scrambled over to the radio turning on 106.1 letting Amazed by Lonestar blast thr
|Hello, I'm Danielle. I'm sixteen and enjoy writing literature even if it's not for you to read. My favorite genre to write in is Teen Fiction, due to I can relate to it very easily and I don't like reading/writing about people older than in their mid twenties. When I write I either write in first or third person. I find it easier to express feelings in first person but I'm somewhat stuck on writing in third.|