A Composition Class Project

The following novel is written in installments by the thirteen members of the Bevier C-4 Composition Class. The story is arranged as a novel, so pay no attention to the dates of posting, but follow the tale to its close. As of January 21, we are starting the third of five scenarios for our thirteen characters. You may email or leave comments if you like, and we will be happy to respond if you wish. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Carolyn, Lillyanna, and Miranda

When Carolyn woke up the next morning she still amazed with what she had seen when she visited the Statue of Liberty. She wasn’t too for sure what she was going to be doing today but she did however know she thought she should start looking for a more permanent place to live. So she got ready and decided she was going to go and try out the little coffee shop she went by when she was headed to the Statue of Liberty, it was called Le Café.
She thought it was a cute little coffee shop and she was hoping it would be just what she needed to feel a little more at home. When she got there, there was no line which she loved because she was not in the mood to wait. After she got order and went and sat down she saw a newspaper lying on the table next to her so she grabbed hoping she would be able to find available apartments in her price range and in actual New York City, which was her actual dream destination.
She started flipping through trying to find one and it was like one just popped out of the page at her, she thought it was perfect. It was a one master bedroom, master bath, half bath, full kitchen, dinning room, living room, and laundry room. It was at the Westmont Apartment buildings on the west side of Central Park. She didn’t want to give it another thought, the price was perfect, and the location was excellent. Once she finished her coffee she went back to the hotel, went up to her room, gathered her stuff, went back down the front desk and checked out.
After driving six hours she finally arrived to the apartment building. When she found a place to park, and went to the apartment manager’s office. After explaining why she was there, he took her to vacant studio apartment on the fifteenth floor.
After exploring what she thought could be her new apartment, she and the superintendent went back down stairs to write up and agreement. After an hour of discussing the agreement they finally agreed on one. By the time they were finished it was about ten thirty, she went back out to her car and started up loading the backs that her family had sent he earlier in the week to the hotel where she was staying.
When she got all she could in the elevator she went up to her new apartment. As she was unloading the boxes as young girl and her mother came out of the apartment which was just down the hall from hers.

Miranda woke up at ten thirty in the morning, she went to the kitchen. Her mom had prepared the breakfast for her, it looked delicious. Her dad had already gone to work and her mom decided it was going to be a shopping day, Miranda though that was a perfect idea, it was a sunny day, and she had changed her mind about living in New York. Miranda and her mom sat down at the big table by the biggest window in the apartment, they could see all central park from there.
After taking the breakfast, Miranda took a shower and got dress. She and her mom were ready and got out of the apartment. In the entrance they saw a bunch of boxes and suitcases. New neighbors, they though, at that time a young girl, about 19 years old, appeared.
Lillyanna finally decided to move into the Westmont apartments near Central park she always loved how beautiful it was there. Lillyanna was walking up the stairs with boxes about the size of her, it would really be nice if I had help right abo… Lillyanna didn’t see the boxes right in front of her and she fell flat on her face two girls came to her aid. They helped her up Lillyanna said “Ugh I’m sorry I’m so clumsy!” One of the girls name was Miranda the other one Carolyn they both helped her carry her boxes in. ironically they were all moving in the apartment build around the same time so they all helped each other out. “I think I this is going to be the beginning of a good friendship Lillyanna said to herself.”
Carolyn, Miranda, and Lillyanna
After Carolyn and Lillyanna got their boxes in their new residence with the help of Miranda and her mother, they all went for a walk in central park and out to lunch. After spending the afternoon together and getting to know each other really well, they went back to the apartment complexes and went their separate ways but made a deal to hang out again real soon once Lillyanna and Carolyn got better settled in.

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