Language Arts Personal Narrative Essay
It was my second day of fifth grade. After having a fun filled morning, the lunch bell finally rang, and it was time to go sit down at the lunch tables. This is definitely when most of the drama occurs, which still remains the case in eighth grade. Your friends get mad at you if you sit with someone else, and not them, even if it is just for one day. I looked left to right, debating where to sit. My friend Brooke was telling me to go sit with the popular girls, because we were friends with them. Even though many of the girls were my best friends, I wanted to try something new. Isn’t that what middle school was for? Then I glanced over, and Jenna was waving me over to her table. I’ve known Jenna since we were toddlers, as we used to live on the same block until the age of 10. I didn’t know who to sit with. Brooke was edging me over, so I thought about it once more. I decided I was going to sit with Jenna. Brooke shot me an aggravated look, but I shrugged it off. That was the day I made up my mind, and realized not be forced into anything.
Popularity? Many people think there is considered a specific “it-girl” in their grade. Someone who people look up to, and who has nice clothes. Someone who has a good personality every single second, and who is better than everyone else. But in reality, I don’t think anyone is defined as having all these qualities.
In kindergarten, I walked in not knowing anyone, but a few…