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Amandareisinger Essay

2714 words - 11 pages

Her first love became her only love.
Many 17- 18 year olds aarrold teenagers are in there senior year in high school and they are making plans for life after high school. 18ear old Jazmine Smith earns good grades in school and she has big plans for her future.
Jasmine is a skinny, smart girl, with green eyes and curly brown hair. She is very pretty, but does not have many friends because she focuses on school 24/7. She has earned excellent grades in high school and in five months she is going to graduate with honors and attend college to become a nurse. On a cold, winter day, Jasmine walked out of her house and went to start her car up. She tried to start it and it wouldn’t start. She ...view middle of the document...

My name is Josh, just moved into the house beside you. My car is right in the driveway, lets get you to school. “ Jasmine blushed and told him it as nice to meet her and told him her name. They walked over to Josh’s 2014 camaro, josh opened the passanger door for her , she got in, then he got into the drivers seat, and they made there journey to the high school that is about 15miles away from them. While they were driving to the high school, Josh asked Jasmine what her name and ask her a little bit about herself. Jasmine told him her name and said she was a senior in high school, going to graduate in a few months and attend college to become a nurse. Josh smiled and said, “ Wow, that’s awesome. I always admire people that want to go into the medical field. My mom and dad are both doctors, so there always at the hospital. I would love to go into the medical field myself. I graduated last year, but I am kind of taking some time off and maybe going to college next year. “ Before Jasmine could say anything, josh pulled into the high school and said , “ Well we are here, I hope you have a good day. I will get your car fixed up for you.” Before Jasmine go out of the car, she told him that she thought that was cool that josh wanted to follow in his parents footstep on being in the medical field. Jasmine thanked him for the ride to school and said she appreciated everything he done for her this morning. As she was about to open the door, josh said, “ Hey Jasmine? “ Jasmine turned around and josh leaned in and kissed her on the lips softly. Josh pulled away and said, “ I will picked you up, see you later beautiful. “ They gazed into each others eyes, jasmine smiled and gotout of the car. As Josh drove away, jasmine starred at his car going down the road. She couldn’t believe that she just got kissed for the first time by this hot guy she lives beside. During the whole school day, jasmine was in a daze just thinking about Josh and how amazing he is. She was not concentrating on her work at all. All she was thinking about was her first kiss and looking into Josh’s gorgeous eyes. During her math class, everyone was supposed to be writing down notes, she was drawing hearts in her notebook with Jasmine and josh forever inside the heart. During lunch, she did not eat, she was just staring into space thinking about josh. Her last class, history was a blurr as well, she was smitten for Josh and that’s all she thought about. She should not have gone to school because she did not concentrate at all. Her heart and her thoughts were with Josh all day. As the bell rang, she quickly ran out of the rook and out the doors of the school . As she open the door, she saw Josh ‘s camaro right in front of the school with him sitting on the hood waiting for her. Jasmine ran so fast, she was the first one out the door. As there eyes met, both of them blushed and smiled at each other. Jasmine walked over to Josh, Josh stood up, got close to Jasmine, put his hand on her...

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