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Either you tell Mom or I do I bellowed sternly It was five inthe morning at 115 Jennie Lane another life changing event unravelingat the seams Not new news to us my father and I had arrived home fromour monthly father daughter date This time my father was not Daddyanymore I now labeled him a cheater liar and someone who should burnin hell At the theater my father was texting I innocently thought What arehe and mom talking about I peer over to the fluorescent iPhonescreen as my eyes focused I saw the words I will never forget until theday I die I love you too Gina read the text from my father Thisis when I began to feel lonely a type of lonely that not one teenagershould ever experience I love you too Gina echoed through my mindbouncing through my head like a tiny cheap rubber ball I arose fromthe chair and slowly crept out of the theater hoping my father wasntcatching onto what I had just found out I sat down on a bench and sobbed As the numb wore off I began tocollect names of possible candidates to call I finally got the guts tocall my good friend Hyatt Hyatt my voice croaked Yes ChanWhats wrong Are you okay quivered Hyatts concerned voice My dad is having an affair What do I do I choked through sobs Hyatt never replied he just listened as I vented on the nightsprevious events After gaining composure I slid back into the theaterpreparing for the hour long ride home My mind was racing at two thousand miles a second Selfishness began torise an evil that began to emotionally change me for the worse As myfather began to pull swiftly into the driveway after a dead silent carride I immediately snapped Either I tell or you do I hissedMarks expression was stone cold and emotionless He had been caughtred-handed Mark began to apologize
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