Welcome to Quoteland, wolffheartt. If you are indeed in middle school, per your profile, I commend you on your short story (also for being the stellar student in your school to read quotes -- good on you!).
I think your first chapter has both strengths and weaknesses. One strength is you begin your story fairly strongly.... you rile up your readers' curiosity and then you follow it with action, moving your story along. The BILLIONS of bugs making cars and such disappear sounds powerful and destructive and worrisome (which is good when telling a story b/c you want readers to be so worried they keep reading).
A weakness in your story is that it begins to get confusing midway through the chapter:
My house was gone
and it was like everything he looked at turned
into-I looked at a tree long and hard and then
Poof! some bugs then no more tree.
Notice where you switch to "he"? You had been telling your story in what's called 1st person ("I saw..... I ran...." etc.) but then you switch to an unidentified "he".
Keep writing and using your imagination..... writing is a bit like sharpening a knife. The more you put knife to whetstone, the sharper the blade gets!
------------------------------ The opposite of joy is not sorrow. It is unbelief. ~ Leslie Weatherhead Picture me with my ground teeth stalking joy--fully armed too, as it's a highly dangerous quest. ~ Flannery O'Connor