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Thank you, Srishti for nominating me 😀
I wrote a story on the theme of New Year 2022!
I would’ve been at the party if I didn’t want to spend the last minutes of 2021 by myself. All my friends were there. They persuaded me to join them. But I refused. “Why party when you can stay home, snug in a blanket?” I asked them. They were quite surprised by my decision and left me alone.
It was 11 pm. I baked some cookies and got some milk and took out my exam board to use it as a minor table. I turned off the light in my room and gently placed my cookies and milk. Okay. Two minutes to New Year.
I have to get the door. But I might miss the New Year, I thought sadly. I quickly went to the door and opened it. It was my karen neighbour.
“Keep it low!” she said.
“It’s not me! It’s from the party hall!” I said real quick.
I checked my watch. 1 more minute to New Year!
“Ha!” she said, “Really? Who in this terribly noisy world will party at this hour! Why would they?”
“Uhh…It’s a new year party?” I said.
Oh, no. 20 more seconds!
“I have to go,” I said and closed the door and locked it.
I ran as fast as I could to my room. Phew. Just in time. 5 more seconds.
I took a deep breath in.
It was quiet for about 3 seconds.
“HAPPY NEW YEARR!!!!!!!!” shouted the whole community.
Firecrackers exploded, illuminating the sky. Music blasted from the speakers. I heard laughs coming from the party room. I took a bite out of my cookie and got up. I turned on the light and got my best dress.
I wore my hair down and splashed some makeup on. In 2 minutes, I reached the party hall.
My friends were so happy to see me.
“YOU CAME!” they shouted, “HAPPY NEW YEAR!”
They gave me cake and a drink. They even introduced me to a boy.
“He likes you!” they giggled in my ear, “Isn’t he cute!”
“Yeah, He is pretty cute,” I blushed.
“Ooooooooooh!” they squealed.
At 6:30, the sun rose up, letting us bathe in its warm heat. I took a deep breath in.
“Happy New Year,” I whispered to myself, “Happy New Year,”