promise, she never cared. She had her friends and her life to be content withand she was happy. They told them stories about Carnival, Mass, Socamusic and Chutney music, which at times they heard over the radio inCanada. When the day came and they said that they were moving back home. Melissa
couldn’t believe it
, she blew
a fuse and she said they couldn’t,
but regardless to how she felt, they did. Now they were here, in this ridiculous place, far from anywhere. She slipped her headphones on and turned the volume high up on her iPod, to ignoreany words coming out of anyon
e’s mouth. Right now, she
could not take any form of speech or else she would blow.She followed the crowd and made her way to pick up her luggage. Her brothers were not far ahead of her now; they had ready pick up their luggage and were now making their way to customs, where they would becheck out. She spotted her pieces of luggage now coming around. Reached in and pull out one, the other one she missed, but got it the other timearound. Her mother was with her brothers and the only person not accounted for was their father.Suddenly she felt a hand on her shoulders, she turn around and it was him,her father. Smiling from ear to ear, he look so happy while she wasmiserable, she wanted to scream. He was saying something but she did not hear. He saw his luggage, pulled them out in one turn, and guided her over to her mother and brothers. After the family was reunited, they all went over to customs together.