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Ashley Bell 1-22-01 Creative Writing Heroy My best friend CiCi drove off of the road and into a ditch on her first real driving expedition She was on her way back from a day at the beach during July of 1997 and did not yet have her real license - she was still driving off of the 90-day paper one As soon as she got home she called me and told me every detail about her horribly embarrassing experience from start to finish It was one of those days in mid-July so hot that there was only one thing to do whether or not one wanted to - go to the beach CiCi her sister BB and their friend Yan who was visiting from Quebec for two weeks loaded towels and beach chairs into the car and took off in the direction of the shore They spent an enjoyable day there hopping into the water when they got too hot on the sand and popping back out again when the water got too cold Naively CiCi navigated the car around the first few turns in the twisting road which headed away from the beach The occupants of the car were silent worn out from a day in the sun Everything was fine for a while but suddenly Yan broke the silence by saying calmly CiCi theres a spider in your hair Where Where WHERE screeched CiCi in response while trying to catch her breath in order to avoid hyperventilating She has arachnophobia and nothing scares her more than spiders Yan began laughing which maddened CiCi to the extent that she tried to reach into the backseat and slap him while BB picked through her hair trying to locate the culprit Unable to reach Yan CiCi took her eyes off of the road ahead of her and turned around to look at him At that point the road curved left and the car continued on
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