The First Day (totally open) Jul 3, 2007 15:01:22 GMT -5
Post by jacky-chan <3 on Jul 3, 2007 15:01:22 GMT -5
The annoying beep of an alarm clock drew Naruto from his thick blanket of sleep. He groaned and rolled onto his side and turned onto his side to smack the clock. It didn't stop ringing, ut Naruto fell back to sleep, the annoying blare was growling in strength, but Naruto could somehow ignore it. It would have continued like that the noise was so obnoxious, both of his parents could hear it downstairs in the kitchen. Arashi rolled his eyes and sighed as he walked upstairs and turned off the alarm clock before putting a hand on his son's shoulder, "Naruto, wake up."
The teen groaned again and mumbled something that was indeciferable and rolled over, attempting to go back to sleep. His father sighed and pulled off his covers and turned on the light to his room, "If you don't get up, you'll be late to your first day of school." Naruto sighed and pushed himself to sitting and rubbed his eyes tiredly before standing. He trudged in a zombie-like state to the bathroom where the icyness of the water woke him up and he hurried to turn up the heat. After he was finished, he got out, ran his fingers through his hair, brushed his teeth and wrapped a towel around his waist as he walked to his bedroom. He found his school uniform folded on his dresser, if he didn't have his mom around everyday, he didn't know what he would do. He dressed quickly and hung hid tie around his neck as he walked down the stairs, the smells of breakfast calling to him.
His mother had made him toast, eggs, and pancakes, but because of his late start, he could only grab a piece of toast and then kissed his mom goodbye and thanks before grabbing his backpack and trailing off after his father to the car. The drive was short but when they approached, Naruto felt the kneading dread of school, he sighed and looked up to his father, "Do I have to go?" He gave his son a weak smile and nodded, "Yeah, you do." With an annoyed sigh, Naruto climbed from the car and waved his dad off before taking a look at the school before him. It wasn't as big as last year, but maybe it was because last year he was just a freshman. He looked around and didn't see any of his friends so he headed to his locker. Hopefully on the way he would at least see someone he knew.