It was one of those days. The sun was shining, but it was quiet. The light wasn’t as loud as usual. The traffic was indeed lacking, and there was only straight road ahead to the desired destination.
Of course the old saying goes, “Curiosity Kills the Cat.” This statement was fairly true.
Now the operator of this automobile, was young. She was a Sophomore in college, and had her whole life ahead of her. She was extrodinarily talented in more subjects than one.
Now as being told her entire life, the dangers and risks of texting while driving, she usually embraced the rule and was obiedent to follow it. However; things this day were different.
She ignored it once, and then another time. She had been expecting a text message from her college advisor, depicting whether or not she had been accepted into the physical therapy program.
Now the third time her phone set off the alarm, she pondered on whether to go ahead and find out her results.
With her hands gripped strongly on her steering wheel, and her eyes set firm on the road, she picked up her device…………………..
About nine hours later, the wreckage scene was fairly pure. Everything seemed normal except the tree on the left side of the curb. Disturbed…. damaged. However; it wasn’t alone. This Sophomores family we’re in the most excruciating agony they could ever bear.
Later, her phone was rescued in the wreckage, and returned properly to her family for the memories is contained.
Most recent message:
It is our honor and privilege to inform you that you have been selected out of the few students to be enrolled in our Physical Therapy Program. Congratulations Ms. Tucker. Your acceptance information will be mailed immediately to the address that was provided at the beginning of your Sophomore year. You have a bright future ahead of you. Thank you, and have a great day!