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A lone figure sat on the bench in the cafeteria, leafing through her notebook. Naomi was trying to do her homework for the day, before she had to attend her after-school activity. Looking at her notebook, Naomi realized she had a lot of homework that day. She had to write her English composition, study for the fractions test three days later, do research on magnets to write an essay due the day after tomorrow and fill in her history worksheet for next week.
She did not have to finish all her homework that day, but since Naomi was not one to procrastinate, she wanted to do it all immediately. From the corner of her eye, Naomi noticed her younger sister walking over to her. “Hi,” she said. Naomi did not even look up as she replied, “Hello, Natalie.” Natalie did not take that as an insult, because she was used to Naomi acting that way.
“Which side do you think you’re going to have to take in the mini-competition today? Oh, and did you bring your debate material? I need to check something.
” Ordinarily, Naomi would have scolded Natalie for wanting to ‘copy’, but she apparently had something she felt was more important on her mind. Natalie’s words had reminded Naomi, and she panicked immediately, “Oh, no!” That was the first time in years Naomi had made such a mistake, and she was horrified and immediately began packing her books into her bag. “I guess you didn’t, huh,” Natalie said dryly.
“What’s your hurry, anyway? The debate is no biggie.” Of course Natalie would think that. In any case, Naomi had to rush. “Bye, Nat.” Then she ran as fast as she could to the library. Somehow, she just knew her day was going to get worse. And she turned out to be right.
The library was on the top floor, which Naomi felt was bad planning. Naomi may have had a light bag as she packed efficiently, but she still did not like running three floors up. Sports was never Naomi’s strong point Naomi checked her watch while running, apparently she had an hour and twenty minutes left, and ended up banging straight into a prefect. Naomi had the chance to become one, but she decided not to complicate her life with extra duties. It was not that she was a slacker, though, it was just the opposite. The prefect booked her, which destroyed her perfect record. Naomi reached the library, puffing and panting, because she had run at full speed once she was out of the prefect’s range of vision. She immediately set her bag down on a bench, took her notebook and pencil case inside to the computers. She had an hour left, so she quickly set to work, redoing the research she had done the week before. When she was done, she rushed out, packed her things and ran for her second time that day.
When Naomi reached her destination five minutes late, everyone looked at her in surprise, and Natalie giggled. It did not help her awful day when her side lost the debate. By the time Naomi reached home with her sister that day, she was dead exhausted and frustrated. She flopped down on her couch and slept, which she realized later totally disrupted her sleep cycle. When she woke up she was still in a rotten mood. It was dinner time, her stomach was growling, she had not finished her homework yet. All the events that day caused Naomi’s distress, and she felt it was the worst day in her life.
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