Personal Narrative: The Day I Stole From My Teacher
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As I came home with the hamster that I stole from my teacher in my bear hands I realize what I have just done. Earlier in the day I went to my typical everyday second grade class in the elementary school. I that day I had science, math, reading, writing, and I would have had but social studies was on the other day for me.
In my class we have this pet that my teacher has and the animal is a hamster named Archi, but you can only pet or be around Archi you acted well that day. And Archi has black fur on his face with a light brown streak in between his eyes, and his stomach is a super soft red fur and same as his back with some white fur with red in the middle, and his fur was super soft. He also makes these funny noises that are like little…show more content… After that class my normal classes were over we have this free time around 30 minutes to just pretty much do whatever . I was with the hamster and he was in my hands with my friends around me, and so I was petting the hamster with my friends then the bell rang unexpectedly. Then once the bell rang then I left the school, and came straight home.
As I came home with the hamster that I stole from my teacher in my bear hands I realize what I have just done. I had no idea what I had just done to my teacher. Luckily it was only Wednesday so I had Thursday to get it back to her, but before I could do that I had to do my homework. So I work on my homework and that took about 25-30 minutes to do. After the homework was done than I realized that I couldn’t find Archi. I looked everywhere in the house for 2 hours, but still couldn’t find Archi. I was starting to feel a little nervous because it’s not even my pet. I looked in the backyard and still couldn’t find Archi. I was really nervous now that I couldn’t find Archi. So I asked my neighbor if I could look in their backyard for Archi. And finally after 3 hours of seeking out this hamster I was so alacrity that I finally found him. The next day I come to school saying to my teacher, “I’m so sorry that I stole your hamster it was an