The song that changes your lifeThe song that changes your life2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The song that changes your life
What a boring lesson Jay thought. Luckily I only have thirty minutes left. His thoughts strayed away from the lesson and he began looking around in the room, hoping to find something interesting.
When he looked at the seat next to him, he saw his friend Lawrence smiling and seeming to be very, very happy. He nudged him. How can you smile at this boring lesson? Jay whispered.
Lawrence brushed his hair to the side and Jay could see that he had the earplugs from his I-pod in his ears. Corinna showed me a great song yesterday. Its really good and easily enough to distract me from Mr. Grumpers lesson.
That caught Jays interest, since normally Lawrence was very emotionless about everything. Man, if hes so excited about it, maybe I should look at it too. So he asked Really? Whats the title?
Lawrence shrugged emotionlessly. I think its called T
A Party for Royalty: Part 2A Party for Royalty: Part 22 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Chelsea, before getting back to work, took a break to examine this new and sudden change. What would have caused it? She was a girl now, sure, but why was she? Of course, she had now problem being female, but thoughts continued to swirl in her head. She shook her head and went back to party planning.
Sitting down at her desk, she grabbed a pen, about to sign some papers. However, when she grabbed the pen, she lost her grip and it fell onto the ground. She went to pick it up, but it seemed so hard to pick up a simple object. It was so bad, she had to use both hands to pick it up. After fumbling on the ground for a writing utensil, she spent some time to grip the pen properly, but she couldn't! It was virtually impossible for her to grab the pen with her hand!
"UGH!" Chelsea dropped the pen in frustration and crossed her arms, frustrated. She started at the papers to be done and her pen, shaking her head. "Let's try this just one more time..." She muttered, uncr