Blackness. I looked around. The only thing that I could see was a door. It was made of glass, but I couldn’t see through it. It was as if someone had put something in front of it. I walked in the door. There was nothing blocking the dIt was a gas station. But, I hadn’t seen any gas or gas pumps, so would you just call it a station? I looked around, searching for candy, but as far as I could tell, there was no candy. I walked up to the counter.
“Hello,” to the store person. “Do you have any snickers bars?”
“I might. Did you look for them in the store?”
“Yeah. There is nothing.”
“Alright, loser. No snickers bars for you.”
“Nooooooooo! I screamed.
When I came to, my mother was shaking me awake.
“Will you stop that yelling and get up?!”
“Sorry,” I apologized tiredly.
“You should be. You woke everyone up…”
“Well, it’s time to get up anyway,” I said, looking at the clock. It was 7:00.
“You didn’t let me finish. You’ve been screaming for the past 15 minutes!”
“Wow.” Now that I thought about it, my throat was parched. “GIVE ME SNICKERS.”