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!

Monday, January 4, 2010

Renee Scenario II

Scenario Two
The plane had just landed, and as Renee was just waiting to go and see her family. As she was starting to walk down the long ramp, she realized that the weather was nice outside and it would be a good day to go and look around her home time “New York.”

Her rental car was there; as she got into it, her phone rang. It was her mother that she hadn’t seen for years. Mother asked, “How are you?

Renee replied, “I am doing good and you?” As Renee was almost in tears, trying not to cry. When she got off the phone with her mom she headed straight to her house. She had a little ways to go.

When she got there she got out of her car and got her stuff out of the truck. She said to herself “I’m home.” She then walked to the door. “Knock, knock, knock.” Renee then heard footsteps. The doorknob turned and then the door opened. It was her mother. Tears then ran down their cheeks.

Mother responded “I just talked to you on the phone.”

Renee replied, “I was on my way here and I was just wanting to surprise you all.”
Her mother then said, “Come in and put your things away.” No one is home right now but they will be home in a few minutes. As Renee was putting her things away she heard the front door open from upstairs. Then she heard her dad’s voice. She then finished putting her things away as her mother was downstairs trying not to ruin it. When she got her things put away she then started walking down stairs. Again tears started to run down her face as she ran to her dad and gave him a hug. As they sat down for a little while and talked, the phone then began to ring. Her mother answered it to hear the voice of Renee’s brother saying that they are back at the station and ready to come home.

When her mom hung up the phone Renee asked, “Where is April and Ehly?
Her mother replied that they left and went on a brother sister trip for the day. Her mother then asked, “Would you like to go with me and your father to pick them up from the Grand Central Station?”

Renee replied, “Yes I would love to.” They then both loaded up in her dad’s truck and headed to the Grand Central Station. When they got there, Renee got out as her parents drove off to find a parking spot. When she walked into the station, she looked over to her right to seeing her sister and brother. She then walked up to them and gave them both a big hug and said, “I’m home for good.” They both were so happy that they finally get to spend time with their older sister. So they stood there waiting on their parents to then walk in. When their parents walked in, they walked around for awhile so Renee could remember what her hometown New York was like.

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