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Bonney Lane Eng1101-32 September 13 1999 Breaking Through The Ice It was Saturday night the night of the New Years Eve party I was extremely excited and nervous At the party I was expecting to see my ex boyfriend Brian who was in college at the time I was eager to restore our estranged relationship We had dated when he was a senior in high school the year before He was the best-looking guy in his class with his wild ebony hair and vicious green eyes He carried himself with a finesse that would arouse the most unwilling woman Brian had a savvy smile and a flare that made him easily approachable I made sure that my appearance was exceptionally flawless I reviewed myself in the mirror and smiled because I was having a great hair day I felt beautiful I made the last revisions on my make up and hair and then hurried downstairs to help set up for the party I passed my brothers on the way to the kitchen for something to drink They were sitting on the couch watching MTV and talking about the girls that were coming to the party that night Jimmy my older brother at age twenty-one and my younger brother Andy who was sixteen were both strikingly attractive Jimmy looked similar to James Dean with long hair and Andys features resembled the sculpture David by Michelangelo I grabbed a coke popped the top and took a long swig to quench my thirst I took a glance out of the dining room window Autumn had passed with a vengeance not leaving a solitary leaf on the trees Through the nicotine-covered window the sky looked dreary Dusk was just around the corner The lake that bordered our front yard was covered with ice The grass was brown and largely concealed with dead leaves and pine straw I cringed while remembering that the
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