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Not So Different- Chapter 3“BEEP! BEEP! BEEP!”
My alarm is so annoying. I opened my tired eyes and tried to look at the small beeping device. I was so tired that I couldn’t even read the time and quickly fell back to sleep.
“Nick! Niiiick!” Hamasaki yelled as she and her sister waited for me to walk with them to school. “Come on or we’re going to be late!” I slowly opened my eyes and rubbed them so I could get a better look at the clock. 7:44 Am, my eyes shot wide open when I realized how late I slept.
“Oh crap!” I yelled to myself as I quickly got out of my bed and had my pajama shirt get caught on the edge making me fall to the ground face first.
“Ow…” I groaned and quickly got to my feet and changed into my school clothes as fast as I could and ran down the hall and towards the stairs but tripped and fell again all the way down. I ignored the pain from the fall and headed for the door.
“By mom, by dad! I yelled as I got
Not So Different- Chapter 2“So this is our homeroom.” Said Hamasaki as I opened the sliding door to classroom 1-B. It wasn’t that much different from an American school classroom, there were desks, shelves, a white board, pretty much everything a classroom back in the US has. Except for the podium at the front center of the classroom for the teacher to be at, and the big windows lining the left side of the room.
“This is where we’ll spend pretty much the whole day.” Hamasaki continued as the teacher entered the room and stood behind her podium.
“Settle down everyone and take your seats!” The teacher shouted, she looked at me then smiled as she turned her head towards the rest of the class.
“Everyone, we have a new transfer student joining our school today.” She said as I looked at the class feeling more nervous than ever.
“Why don’t you introduce yourself?” She continued. I stared at the class nervously,
Not So Different- Chapter 1“Attention passengers this is your captain speaking, we are just 15 minutes from our destination, so please keep your seatbelts fastened until the plane comes to a complete stop.”
Tokyo, Japan. My parents recently accepted a new job that required we move all the way across the world. I’ve always wanted to go to Japan. The culture is very interesting, I love Asian foods and the language sounds amazing. I tried to learn Japanese once but got too lazy to finish the book.
A couple minutes and sudden jerks the plane has landed at Haneda Airport in Tokyo.
“Alright, let’s get our gear and head to our new home!” My dad said as he unbuckled his seatbelt and got our suitcases. We entered the terminal and navigated our way through the maze of unfamiliar territory and people.
“Ah! Japan! We’re going to have such a great life here!” My mom sounded excited.
I began to feel a cramp in my lower stomach as I quickly began scanning the airport for th
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