Camera of Change: Think Before You PrankThe clock read 9:44, and Sarah was still asleep on the floor. She was usually awake in the mornings well before this time, or so she told us. I couldn't really blame her though--we had both been at a party at a friend's house last night. She had had a little too much to drink (it was water and soda pop; it wasn't that kind of party), and she passed out. Sugar crash, I suppose. Since she had sriven there herself, someone had to stay with her until she woke up--Sarah let absolutely no one touch her keys or drive her car, and if we did, she would never forgive us. I had been given that responsibility, mainly because I volunteered. I didn't mind; my parents trusted me, no matter how long I stayed out at night (I am very fortunate in this regard). I had made sure to call Sarah's parents and explain the situation. I had waited patiently all night, catching a few winks when I could.UnderstandablyCrazy
But now, I was getting impatient, and I imagine my friend was, too.
"Come on, Sarah, you have to get u