Narrative essay dark stormy night

It’s been three months since I just moved into Beverly Hills from Manhattan. I am living with my Grandma Maya ever since Dad died in the car accident, with a new guardian it brought drastic changes to my lifestyle, but I was able to adapt on. I’m more free and independent than ever, I don’t even have a curfew. My father was a rich business man, but before he passed away he never updated the property on his will from my dead mothers name; the government now owns all his belongings.
Aurora, Eve, Delilah, Zac, and Dave are so good at stealing things, whether its clothes, bags, or accessories; they are my friends from Beverly High School. Aurora is blonde and pale, Eve and Delilah are twins with dark red hair, Zac is a soccer player with a muscular figure, and Zac has shaggy brown hair with bright blue eyes like the ocean. We were shopping at Northridge Mall and ran out of money after buying a Louis Vuitton bag. With grandma going bankrupt, I am trying my hardest not to use much of it on clothes but it isn’t working out. While we were at the mall, Aurora took a Michael Kors watch after trying it on and just left the store without the worker noticing. Both Eve and Delilah left with Kate Spade wallets, Dave took a tie, and Zac got a bottle of cologne. At the same time I was still deciding what to steal, but I’m scared at the same time. I never did anything like this before, what if I got caught? I have my eyes on a Sherri Hill prom dress, but there was no way I could hide that inside my bag.
“Fold it inside your bag! I took a puffier dress and nobody noticed,” whispered Aurora.
“Aurora’s right, grow some balls and get the dress,” stated Eva.
“Ok, wish me luck.”
I went inside the fitting room and stuffed the dress in my bag and left the store secretly when nobody was watching. It was so relieving when we left the store knowing I was safe now.
“I didn’t think you’d come through,” said Eve, “I was sure you w...

Narrative essay dark stormy night

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