Grandma's Passing

Grandma's Passing - Serena Sandoval DeVry of Anaheim...

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Serena Sandoval DeVry of Anaheim “Grandma’s Passing” It was 6:45 in the morning. The air felt cool but you can feel as the sun rose in the summer sky that the heat will soon take over. Soon it will feel like a hot desert in the Orange County, California. In the kitchen, I was making breakfast. It was bacon, eggs, and toast. Along with some orange juice that my husband bought from the Fresh and Easy grocery store. I personally didn’t like it- it was unpasteurized, and it tastes as if it was going to be spoil. In my bedroom, I had my cell phone on my dresser. It was a Palm Pre cell phone that I had for over a year. You can see the crakes on my phone. Signs of which you can tell that I had dropped it one too many times. There in the caller ID with my mother’s picture and phone number lit my dark room. “Hello, Mommy?” I have answered cheerfully. My mother was sobbing tremendously, and answered, “Grandma died! Grandma died!” She then continued her sobbing. “She died this morning in her sleep at 4 o’clock this morning!” Then
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course BUSN 319 taught by Professor Amanda andres during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Long Beach.

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