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Test 101, Week 1 Notes

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Test 101, Week 1 Notes EG 101

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Janet Sutton
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Date Created: 08/30/16
Wade 1 Chloe Wade Janet Sutton Composition 1 25 August 2016 My Home, Sweet Home You know that smell…the one that you designate to a certain person? The smell that you can’t describe to anyone else, but it’s part of a person’s identity to you. I know that smell all too well. I’m referring to more than a frequently used cologne or laundry detergent. The smell that is that person. It’s morning and I’m only half awake. I take a deep breath, and hold it, keeping my eyes closed and focusing only on what I hear and what I smell. I can smell coffee brewing, just like it has been every morning, for the past year. I reach my arms out and feel the crisp, cool sheets, spreading my fingers out as I do so. Out of habit, I roll over and place my hand in the indent on his side of the bed, still warm from sleep, I smell it. Home. I hear soft music coming from the kitchen and his handsome voice singing along, off tune, and a little too loud. One of those cheesy grins peels across my face. It’s his favorite, bluegrass, not personally my choice but I’d listen to that man sing to anything at all. I know that an extravagant breakfast is being made, I can tell by the sizzling bacon I hear, along with the tantalizing aroma. The best breakfast I’ve ever had. Still feeling warm and fuzzy from my sleep, I unfurl myself to a sitting position and let the sunlight bathe me for a few seconds. Taking it all in, the smell, the warmth, his voice, our bed. He sings my name and I hear footsteps coming my way…and then I blink. Suddenly, I’m staring at the ceiling, cold and confused, warm scents gone. It is still dark out and I hear no noises. I remember that I am alone. Funeral clothes still on, I hear thunder in the distance, as hot wet tears stream down my face. Wade 2 Thunder, much closer now, is the last thing I hear as I close my eyes and a crack of lighting splits the sky open. It is the exact sound to describe what I feel; my heart being shattered into a million pieces.


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