Dateline: Cameron and
Mitch decided to find these missing kids and they find them in the dark
looked back and noticed Cameron looking sad. “What’s wrong?” I asked her.
She looked up at me and said: “Nothing.” “All right.” I said. Then we walked
on. But as we walked on, I kept noticing how said Cameron was getting.
Then one day, she refused to go a step further. I was surprised. “Why?”
I asked. “There’s no point!” she yelled. Then she knelt down onto the ground.
I was completely confused by this. So I sat down and tried to figure this
you mean be there’s no point?” I asked Cameron. “There’s no point of going
on!” she yelled. I was silent. “There’s no point of going on if there’s
no grantee of ever seeing home again!” she yelled. That thought just hit
me. What if I never saw Megan or Sopphina again? But it also hit me that
we’ll get home; we just needed the hope. “We’ll get home!” I said as last.
“No we won’t!” she yelled.
loads of patience and comfort to bring Cameron to her senses. Then one
morning, I awoke to see Cameron standing over me. She was smiling. “Have
you changed your mind?” I asked. She nodded. “I thought about what you
said.” Cameron answered. “All I just need is hope.” I just smiled. “Great.”
I said. Then I rose to my feet and we continued on to the next city.