Isabella Miller


Jaxxon Sanchez, Staff writer

“I’ve been collecting snow globes since I was really young, and I have one from almost everywhere I’ve ever been. One time when I was really young, I don’t remember when but the bottom shelf that had over half of them collapsed and the snow globes just rained down on me. Like the water splashed around me and I literally thought I was going to die. It scared me so bad, and my mom came into my room, and she was like ‘oh no! Your snow globe collection,’ and I wasn’t even upset about that I was upset because I thought I was literally going to die. I thought there was glass on me, but there was no glass on me, it was just the water. It was bad. I wasn’t even crying about the snow globes breaking until my mom pointed it out. She was like ‘Oh no! Your snow globe collection,’ and I was like “Oh no! My snow globe collection,” I thought it was over, but it was okay, some of them broke but I still have them. I do remember my parents afterwards, cause then I wasn’t upset about my snow globes anymore, my parents were mad at each other because my dad set the shelves up wrong or something, I don’t know. All that matters to me is that my snow globes are safe,” Isabella Miller said.