And that's an example of second-person point-of-view (or POV, if you want to sound all writerly and stuff), or perspective. It's a troublesome and bothersome way of writing. Always reminds me of those early text adventure games, pre-decent computer graphics. You open the door. There's a troll. You kill the troll.
Not many folks use second-person, mainly because, well, it just doesn't let the reader enter the story.
But I'm reading an entertaining book, Hollywood Rat Race, an insider's view of the Hollywood movie industry. It's written by Ed Wood, Jr.
Yes, that Ed Wood. Mr. Ed "Plan 9" Wood. Most books written in second-person, I'll drop in a second. But there's just something, I don't know, endearing, about Ed's book. He writes as though he's addressing an audience full of wannabe actors, and he does a great job of telling what the Hollywood system was like. The ups and downs, no sugar-coating.
Here's one quick example: "Your acting teachers can teach you the fundamentals of acting but you must find the true emotion by doing."
It may not work for everyone, but it works for me. Maybe only Ed Wood can get away with it.
Keep writing, friends.