If you give Abraham his ipad….
Chances are he’ll watch youtube videos for the rest of the day.
If he watches youtube videos for the rest of the day chances are he’ll ask for the charger for his ipad.
Chances are he won’t get up to get it for himself so he’ll ask for someone to go get it for him.
If nobody wants to get him the charger, he’ll complain about getting up to go get it.
When he gets up to go get the charger from the living room he’ll realize he wants a cup for water.
If he wants a cup of water chances are he’ll look around the kitchen and ask for a snack.
When he asks for a snack he’ll ask for a cookie.
If he asks for a cookie, chances are he’ll ask for a cup of milk.
If there is nobody in the kitchen to serve him a cup of milk, he’ll come to my room and ask me to serve him a cup of milk.
Chances are, knowing Abraham, he would have eaten half the cookie before getting the cup of milk.
If you give Abraham a big cup of milk…
Chances are he’ll ask for another cookie so he can finish off his milk.
He’ll sit at the counter and play on his ipad some more knowing that his ipad is plugged in.
Forgetting that he left his cup of water on the edge of the counter
He’ll probably knock down the cup of water by pulling on the charger.
When he knocks over the cup of water he probably won’t tell anybody about it.
He’ll unplug the charger and take it with him to the living room so that it doesn’t seem like he dropped the cup of water.
If he doesn’t clean up the water..
Chances are either my sister or I will end up stepping in it when we only have our socks on.
Knowing that we will try to figure out who spilled the water, he’ll skip away laughing.
When we tell him to clean it he’ll say “No not doing it.”
Chances are he really won’t clean up the mess
If you give Abraham his ipad he’ll make a mess.
Jezebelle Rocha is just a normal creative writer who never enjoyed writing anything in English or in other classes. As a senior she began to enjoy her Creative Writing class when she was able to write freely. She was first published in her school’s Literary Journal and also performed at her high school’s open mic night.