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Martin 1 Heather Martin ENG 111 Dr. Timothy Robinson 24 October, 2016 Growing Up “Ugh,” I groan as I stand up from my desk. I’m Heather, a 14 year old who lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is a homeschooled sophomore in high school (Appositive). I just completed school for the day and my brain is fried. I trudge out of my room and down the stairs. It’s about 5:00 pm and the warm, August sunshine is streaming through the windows. I walk into the kitchen where my mom is preparing dinner and greet her. “Hey, mom,” I say, my voice showing evidence of fatigue. “Hi, honey,” she replies. We begin to chat about our day and what’s on the agenda for tomorrow. I stroll over to the stove, peeking inside the steaming pots. Right then, my dad makes his way downstairs and through the doorway. I give him a hug and giggle as he starts to tickle me. “So, is Melissa at work?” He asks, inquiring about my sister’s whereabouts. “Yes,” my mom and I reply in unison. My sister works full time at Chick-fil-A while also juggling a full load of college classes, and sometimes, I just don’t see how she does it. “So, Heather,” my dad begins, “have you thought any more about applying at Chick-fil- A?”
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Martin 2 “Yeah, I’ve thought about it, but I just want to enjoy my freedom while I have it!” I reply, laughing a bit. My dad looks at me, his eyebrow quirking (Participle). “Really?” he says with a sarcastic tone.
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