It was the day after Valentine�s Day

It was the day after Valentine�s Day - The Accident...

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The Accident I t was the day after Valentine’s Day, exactly fifteen days since I had received my license. What could go wrong, I was the happiest person because of my new freedom. Actually, a lot could go wrong. Everything could go wrong. I wasn’t thinking about that until I got a hysterical phone call from my good friend, Alexis, that afternoon. Just from that call I could tell that this was a day that I could never forget, a day that would change the rest of my life, more than getting my license. My heart started to race as I heard the voice on the other end of the phone crying. I couldn’t understand a word she was saying, so I told her to “take a deep breath.” I could finally make out a few words she was saying, including the name “Brett” and “accident.” It, finally hit me, Brett, one of Alexis’ good friends from California had been in a horrible accident. Alexis asked me to come over and I left my house that minute. Tears started to flow down my cheeks, even though I didn’t know exactly what had happened. I could feel
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Robert during the Spring '07 term at Arizona.

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