Being a Big Cousin

I remember this day like it was yesterday. The morning me and my grandma had gone to see Kacey at work. When we walked into the building Kacey was walking around with her feet as swollen as rising bread. My grandma Mardy told her that she should go home but she wouldn’t listen she stayed at work. Then at around five we got the call that she was going to the hospital to have the baby. It was a warm summer day when we walked into the hospital. As time went by more people showed up in the waiting room. We were packed like sardines in the waiting room. Everyone was full of emotions my grandma and one of her sisters was pacing back and forth. My other Aunt was sitting on the edge of the couch. I was so excited to see my baby cousin boy or girl I knew I would love it to pieces. I was nervous because I didn’t know if he or she would like me. Everyone else was happy but they were nervous themselves. Nobody knew what gender the baby would be. I remember I was watching T.V. with two of Kacey’s …

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Standing outside the court The ball in my hand Everyone is silent You can feel the tension
Ref blows the whistle Everyone’s eyes on you I bounce the ball Once then twice
Then I throw the ball up As it starts to come back down I hit it with the palm of my hand as hard as possible And watch the ball sail through the air And watch it fly over the net
It goes over and it’s the floor Everyone cheers We watch the score board