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Task 14
15th February 2014
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Task 16
27th February 2014
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  1. Aidan says:

    The Day That Changed My Life Forever

    Hello I’m Aidan and I’m here to tell you about the day that changed my life forever.
    It all started when I was upstairs listen to my music and mum shouted “We won!” I raced down stairs and asked,

    “What have we won?”

    “The lottery!” Mum shouted.

    “How much?” I asked.

    “Four point one million pounds! “Cried mum excitedly.
    “ Which is just as well really, because I have decided to start you at a posh, private school,” said mum.

    “I’m not too sure about that mum,” I replied back.

    “ Relax it will be fine when you wake up in the morning you’ll be really looking forward to it, now run along now it’s bed time.”

    That’s how the next morning I’m dressed in a blazer and a tie at eight thirty at Chelmsford’s private school for kids. I walk into class and a boy asks me if I want to be his friend so I say yes and he said ok, but first give me fifty pounds. I didn’t give the boy the fifty pounds and instead just blanked out until home time.

    When I got home mum asked me how my day was and I say, “Terrible it was a disaster and I’m not going back,”

    “Oh please honey I promise tomorrow won’t as bad and I’m sure you will find a friend please go back,” mum pleaded

    “Fine I’ll give it one more day,” I said.

    I woke up the next morning and went to school, I decided to wait till lunch time to try and find a new friend. When the bell went for lunch, I ran on to the playground to find the boy some boys bullying a smaller boy about his shortness.

    I went over to them and said, “Hey leave him alone he hasn’t done anything to you,” the boys ran away and the boy said to me,
    “thanks for sticking up for me, it’s just that I’m new here and I’m not really normal.”
    “Well how about we become friends,” I said to him.

    “Yes, I would like that very much,” the boy said.

    That’s how I learnt that it’s not about the amount of money you have it’s what’s inside that counts.

  2. Dominic says:

    On Tuesday 21st June 2007 there was a day that changed my life forever. My mum got a phone call from the hospital about her mum. She was really ill. Suddenly my mum said hurry to the hospital, so we hastened to the car and drove. The car was as fast as a rocket.

    Once we got to the hospital we saw our grandad and he took us to our suffering nanna. We all resounded round her and we saw her suffer in pain. After we left she soon died. Her dead body was put in a resounded room that had a fire.

    Now all we have left is the memory of her and her ashes.

  3. Suddenly, burst of flames entered the flat. I tossed and turned uncomfortably in my bed. The smoke lingered in the air; it was a very unpleasant smell. I shot up from my bed and saw the ferocious, fierce, fiery flames coming towards me. I immediately burst out of bed screaming trying to capture my parent’s attention to alert them about the fire.
    My family looked from side to side wondering what was happening. Then they realised. They made an attempt to escape but the roaring fire caught them, but it was too late . . . I found my phone and desperately punched in the numbers 999. After what felt like a decade, I heard the police and the ambulance sirens from a distance. They had found me. The fire was put out and the people who were left in the flats were evacuated. Corpses lay scattered on the cold ground. A shiver went down my spine as I saw my family dead on the floor. Droplets of tears fell out of my eyes. It didn’t feel right. The policewoman tried to comfort me; she gave me a big hug as if she were my mother. I was the only one left in my family. I wondered what would happen to me. Will I go to the same school? Would I adopted? Who would take of me? All these questions rushed through my head and I couldn’t stop thinking about my future. This was the day that changed my life.
    I was taken overnight to the hospital, to be checked after I had inhaled a lot of smoke. A lady walked into the room asking whether I was Lizzie Rossmore. I replied yes and so she took to another family. She said I was going to be adopted. They seemed tender hearted as they welcomed me into their grand mansion. The Marine family al came downstairs greeting me. This was to be my new life. They were all kind but I will never forget my real family whom I loved

  4. Tomw says:

    The Day that changed my life forever part 1
    By Thomas Woodcock

    London 1909, that was were I was born in that year at the strike of midnight on the 21st September.

    Then at the age of five I had to endure one of the most upsetting days of my life…My dad went off to war it was the fourth of august 1914.

    He went off to the pub he didn’t come back…

    Everything was fine for a year but we did not know what was to come over the period of the Somme…

  5. Isla says:

    My name is Martha, I am seven years old and I live with my mother Julie, and my eight brothers and 3 sisters in a Tenement block in the East End of London. My father is out fighting for his country trying to prevent the evil tyrant Hitler for ruling the world with an iron fist.

    My home has two dingy rooms on the top floor of the block. There is no electricity, no running water and one toilet which is shared by two hundred people from our block.

    Dad used to work in the docks next to our home, but now my mother works there, leaving my oldest sister, Mavis, in charge.

    Today is 7th September 1940. My sister asked me to take care of my brothers even though they can take care of themselves. I ran away to play on the banks of the polluted Thames, when a horrible wailing sound echoed throughout the Tenements. Then a roar like a swarm of angry hornets drowned out the noise. Unexpectedly , the air seemed to catch fire and I felt a searing pain in my legs. Dust was filling my lungs, my heart was thudding. I thought this was the end of the world as I closed my eyes preparing to die.

    After what seemed like a millennia, I heard my sister screaming my name, calling me to come to my senses. I coughed and opened my eyes, dazed. I glanced down to look at the damage done to my legs, and let loose a blood curdling scream. My legs were no longer there.

    This was just the start of 58 days of sheer hell that I would face, as the Blitz took hold of London.

  6. Bolu says:

    Bang! Bang!
    The noise of guns that I could hear while depositing money in Halifax Bank.
    “Ah! Ah!” The noise of innocent people wailing for their lives.
    “Give us all your money!” The noise of five thieves bellowing at us.
    Hi, my name is Bolu and this is the day that changed my life forever…

    One glorious day, I was strolling down the street to the bank to deposit some money. I was in a very elated mood because that day, it was my 17th birthday. For my birthday, I got my first car, headphones, a Blackberry Curve and an iPad 4. When I got to the bank, I started depositing some money and five thieves rushed in.

    They shrieked at us and told us to give them all our money. The staff at the bank tried to stop them but the thieves just shot them. I was really terrified; I hid under a desk so they could not see me.

    Just in the nick of time, ten police hurriedly sprinted in and shot the five thieves before they could shoot them or anyone else. After, they quickly rushed the thieves to the hospital. I thanked the police men and woman, took my money and rushed home.

    From that day on, I never deposited money in the bank again.

  7. Ben STAN says:

    The story of my twisted day

    All my life I was the kid who that did nothing. Then on my birthday my parents took me to see the Arsenal team play against AC Milan. No one at school could afford to go but, my parents saved up so, I had to be on my best behavior.

    The day I went to see Arsenal rolled around to quick for me to remember. There were people from all over the world just to see Arsenal. When we where outside the stadium Dad tripped and fell on another man and his his retaliation he punched Dad in the face and the quickly ran away. My Dad said to go on without him but I didn’t want to, after all he is my Dad.

    Finally Mum took me in to watch the match. It was a sensational game but, to my dislike Arsenal lost 2-1.

    We met Dad outside and the police where there with him and they said they caught the person who punched Dad and there was nothing to be afraid of. Then my Dad whispered in my ear “Do you want an ice cream?” To which I replied “Of course.”

    The End

  8. It was a special day for me today because I was going to a race but with hundreds of other kids there so I was a tinsey winsey concerned I wouldn’t win but I had a chance. I was tingly and this day felt weird. The next day I was at the race and…
    …at the end of the match I lost last place not good. Losing actually taught me to win because I did not put in the effort and that suddenly changed my entire life. To bad not another race OH another race and then I FINNALY WAS 1ST!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Lewa says:

    The old man’s story

    ” This story I remember very well”, the old man spoke , as everybody sat by the camp fire impatiently . They knew he was going to tell them about the day that changed his life forever . He began ,
    ” A very long time ago , when I was a boy , my family and I lived on a farm “.” My father was very wealthy , wealthier than all the other men in the village , he was as rich as gold , but he was also a loving and caring man” .” He fed all the poor people in the village , leaving no one to starve “.” Everybody had greedy full stomachs , since there was an adequate supply of food “.” Unfortunately , there were some cantankerous , ungrateful people in the village , who came stealing from us every night “.” That meant they stole money from us ; so my father had to go to work more and eventually , everyday “.” I was his eldest child , which meant that when my father died I will inherit everything that he had ( including money ) and would become rightfully mine “.” So, sadly my father died and all his riches were given to me “.” I wasn’t a very bright person in those days , since there were no schools “.”I spent big loads of the millions of gold and silver coins I had “.” I didn’t realize how rapidly my money was going , until I became impoverished “.” The inn I was staying in was my only shelter , the innkeeper asked me to leave , since I couldn’t pay the rent “.” I had to sleep outside in the cold , until someone I had never met before said to me ,
    ” You can come and spend the night in my house if you like ( it reminded me of the good Samaritan ) , I answered ,
    ” Yes I would “, with a surprised face. “At that moment I realized how selfish and greedy I had been , spending all that money for myself “.” I became a changed person “.” It was the day that changed my life forever “.

  10. “Do it!” said the captain of the gang, closely followed by Rupert, the feisty one saying “You scared wimp, you won’t get in the gang like that.”
    I walked away, my head laying low, ashamed of what I let them do to me.
    The rest of that day in year 6, at school, wherever I went, I went sadly. Nobody asked why though, which was a stroke of luck!
    When I got home, I jumped with joy, because Jake was coming over. We were going to go to the haunted, deserted house, that was said to be the once grand Felix Hall, down a private road. No one dared to go near there, but Jake and I were going to…
    I hadn’t told Jake that I was only doing this to be in a gang of cool kids.
    Our cute dog Jazzy was coming too, to comfort us.
    So off we went like the three musketeers trotting along after a fast sly fox.
    After twenty tiring minutes, we stood at the door of the frightening, creepy house. What if there were people still in it? I shuddered at the thought, but I was determined to see what was in there!
    Two minutes had passed since I had been thinking about going in or not.
    It was getting dark, so we went for it.
    Through the kitchen at the back of the house we crept, only taking a glimpse at the things we passed, because we moved on so quickly. Our hearts were racing.
    We were in the dining room looking at the pictures with guilty looks on our faces, because we weren’t meant to be here, when a floor board creaked under our small feet. Then we heard voices.
    Suddenly, the floor board cracked and we fell through into a once secret passage…
    It still was a secret passage, but battered and dusty.
    We looked around and finally made out who the other people were. They were the gang at my school; Rupert, Eddy, Albee and Ben.
    They took one glance at me and I was recognisable to them, they realised I’d done it, come here to be in their gang, but even so, they ran off.
    After all this trouble, they’d lied!
    We were coming out of the passage and could see some light, but just as we were leaving I looked at a random picture. It looked exactly like me. I looked away horrified! However, when I looked back my name was under it and under that read kill him!
    When I went home that night my mum asked me where I’d been, I said no where…
    That’s the story about the day that changed my life forever! Now I knew my life was in grave danger – how would I survive?

  11. Nicola says:

    Nikki and her family were on holiday at a huge theme park in Spain. They were having a wonderful time going down the long waterside, jumping on the scary rides, and enjoying the tasty ice creams.

    Nikki was shocked when her mum, Laura, told her the date, because she knew her holiday was coming to an end. She became tearful, as she was having such a great break, and didn’t want to return home.

    Six hours later, they got home, and mum and dad started arguing over who was going to get the food shopping in the morning. Whilst mum and dad were arguing, Nikki went upstairs to unpack the suitcase, to avoid their shouting. However, the arguments didn’t stop, and within a few days, her mum and dad decided to live apart. Nikki lived in the same house as her mum, which changed her life forever.

    She enjoyed living with her mum, especially when Laura bought her a pet for company, but she missed her dad, and got upset when her mum told her off.

  12. Grace says:

    The day that changed my life forever life forever
    My life would have not changed without this event happening, I would have been unsuccessful. I would have failed at all things if I did not have the determination to do this and the enthusiasm to achieve my goals. People said to me: ‘Do not put your eggs in one basket, Claudia, otherwise you might not get what you want.’ I did put my mind to only one thing that I love to do and know lots about, one Olympic sport that inspired me to become what I am today. My story starts from when I met Amanda in the library who was my best friend on my team…

    “Hi,” I said, watching Amanda take a book from the shelf about canoeing, “Canoeing books do not really interest many people.”

    “I agree,” she replied, “Besides, Russian’s are terrible at canoeing!”

    “Do you like canoeing?” I asked Amanda.

    “Yes,” She answered, “I love sports canoeing, as a child I always wanted to be in the Olympics but my parents did not approve of my dream because they said that many Russians do not canoe.”

    “I don’t think that you should listen to what your parents say to you, just follow your dreams and you can do what you want to do,” I said to Amanda.

    “Maybe we could make a team?” I asked, “And we could train at the Caria River Waterfall?

    “That’s a great idea!” exclaimed Amanda.

    “All we have to do is find two more players,” I said.

    “Can we join your canoeing team?”questioned a lady- like voice from the other side of the shelf.

    Then, two ladies who were tall and slender, appeared in front of us. One lady was wearing a blue tracksuit while the other was wearing a red tracksuit.

    “I’m Cristina,” said the one in blue tracksuits.

    “I’m Faye,” said the one in red tracksuits.

    “Do you know about canoeing?” I asked, “As we can only have people on our team who are knowledgeable about canoeing.”

    “We have won 15 canoeing competitions so far,” Faye replied, proudly.
    “That is a lot of canoeing competitions you have took part in,” I said, amazed.
    So, I replied and said that Faye and Christina could be on our canoeing team.
    “We will start training on a Tuesday at the Caria River Waterfall,” I said, “I will bring a canoeing boat while the rest of you bring your ore’s.”

    So we got started on a Tuesday and did some training. As I was the first one to bring up the idea of the canoeing team, I was the team captain. My team and I did a lot of research about canoeing and tried doing it on the Caria River, but as the water fell from the top hill, we all got drenched with water! My team and I started to laugh until we fell out of the boat and our sides ached. We all practiced until the Olympic Games started.

    My team and I all signed the contract sheet to show that we want to be in the Olympic Games. Then, we got changed into our canoeing clothes. Everything was going well until some Brazilians started to approach us.

    “I haven’t seen you before,” said one Brazilian, spitefully.

    “This is my team’s first time at the Olympic Games,” I said, proudly.

    “Well, here is a rule you must obey,” the Brazilian said, “Do not win.”

    Then they all walked away.

    “Do not listen to what they say,” I stated fiercely.

    “We won’t Captain Claudia,” Christina replied.

    So we went out, and did our best. As the Brazilians were so fast, our hopes sank because we thought that we would not have a chance against them if they were going that faster. Then, a young lady from the audience saw that the Brazilian boat had a power up underneath their boat which made them faster. They were immediately disqualified and walked to the sideline sulkily. We saw that the fastest time to beat was 2 minutes 20 seconds. As the Brazilians were disqualified, my team were feeling a bit more cheerful and the minute we crossed the finish line we thought we were in the 4th place but we were in the 1st place!!! We were so elated and took our trophy. Russian had their first canoeing cup since 1950! It was really the day that changed our lives forever.

  13. Thomas says:

    The day that changed my life!

    Hi, my name is John and this is a tale of an event which changed my life forever. Before we start let me just tell you a little bit about myself. I am eighteen and I’m a massive Hardwick FC fan. So, let’s begin.

    The first part of my tale occured on the 13th May. I have a terrible case of triskaidekaphobia so when I woke I was a little bit twitchy. I also forgot to mention earlier that I was part of the army. I wanted to earn some pride so I decided to travel with the army to Afghanistan. Whilst in Afghanistan, I would be searching for bombs which had been hidden. It was midday and everything was going to plan. I turned around to talk to my colleague, James, but then everything went black!

    When I awoke, I saw a bright light and what appeared to be an angel. However, I wasn’t in heaven but in the UK in St George’s Hospital. I then found out that James had tragically died but I had only lost a leg! I was soon relieved when they told me they would make a prosthetic limb. I then felt alive again because in the blink of an eye a prosthetic limb appeared in front of me. They then anaesthetised me in order to attach my new leg.

    However, that was a long time ago and now I’m waiting on the podium for my gold medal at the Paralympics!

  14. Daisy Parker says:

    It was a cold misty morning and Gracie and I were in Papa’s big black car. Papa was driving exitedly, because we were going to see our new baby brother and Papa’s new grandson. I could feel the nerves like butterflys going round in my tummy. I had been waiting a long time for this moment and didn’t know what to expect. We were nearly there.

    When we finally arrived at the massive hospital we ran straight into the Labour Ward to Mummys room. Infront of us sat our beautiful Mum, in her arms laid a lovely calm baby. Mummy was sitting pationtly looking overwhelmed by this quiet baby boy.

    Once we had admired this cute newbornit was time to name him. “Think of some fantastic names,” called my Dad.
    “What about…….. Edward,” replied Mummy.
    “Or maybe……maybe Lewis,” answered Daddy.
    “No not Lewis,” complained Mummy again. Everybody fell silent trying to think of names.
    “Harry,” I called out. Mummy said this was a beautiful name and that the babies first name would be Harry, his middle name would be Edward and his last name would be Parker.

    I liked all the other ideas but Harry was deffinately the best.

    Soon we were back to our little, snug bungalo and years went by, but every year Harry became a bit crazier. The day Harry was born was the day that changed my life forever.

  15. Benj says:

    The Day that Changed my Life Forever

    It was a miserable day in a usualy sunny Los Angeles. The rain was dripping down what was left of the smashed window.

    I live in a very poor family, my mother has been taken will with an infectous disease.

    I was listening to the radio with my younger brother Darren. We listed for hours on end, when the man told the listeners about the life changing competition to win a billion dollars and a fabulous free cruise.

    The money hovered in front of my gleaming face: nevertheless I new it would go to some rich child who was going to waste it. Then I heard the second part “you will only get that if you answer these questions.”

    “What is the first name of Sir ‘blank’ Hawkins, ring this number to answer.”
    I rushed to the only telephone in the house and dialled the number.
    “What is your answer?”
    “Steven, Sir Steven Hawkins,” I whispered nevously, in case someone was listening.
    There was a short voice that said it was correct. “Question two: who played 007 in the Quantam of Solace?”
    “Daniel Craig” I replied almost certain.
    “Correct. Final question.” I braced myself. “What number comes up in Chicago something in Football?”
    “Forty-niners” I screamed, the voice broke the news to me I’d won.

    The next morning I opened the door a man handed me a cheque of billion dollars. I was ecstatic!

  16. “Do it!” said the captain of the gang, closely followed by Rupert, the feisty one saying “You scared wimp, you won’t get in the gang like that.”
    I walked away, my head laying low, ashamed of what I let them do to me.
    The rest of that day in year 6, at school, wherever I went, I went sadly. Nobody asked why though, which was a stroke of luck!
    When I got home, I jumped with joy, because Jake was coming over. We were going to go to the haunted, deserted house, that was said to be the once grand Felix Hall, down a private road. No one dared to go near there, but Jake and I were going to…
    I hadn’t told Jake that I was only doing this to be in a gang of cool kids.
    Our cute dog Jazzy was coming too, to comfort us.
    So off we went like the three musketeers trotting along after a fast sly fox.
    After twenty tiring minutes, we stood at the door of the frightening, creepy house. What if there were people still in it? I shuddered at the thought, but I was determined to see what was in there!
    Two minutes had passed since I had been thinking about going in or not.
    It was getting dark, so we went for it.
    Through the kitchen at the back of the house we crept, only taking a glimpse at the things we passed, because we moved on so quickly. Our hearts were racing.
    We were in the dining room looking at the pictures with guilty looks on our faces, because we weren’t meant to be here, when a floor board creaked under our small feet. Then we heard voices.
    Suddenly, the floor board cracked and we fell through into a once secret passage…
    It still was a secret passage, but battered and dusty.
    We looked around and finally made out who the other people were. They were the gang at my school; Rupert, Eddy, Albee and Ben.
    They took one glance at me and I was recognisable to them, they realised I’d done it, come here to be in their gang, but even so, they ran off.
    After all this trouble, they’d lied!
    We were coming out of the passage and could see some light, but just as we were leaving I looked at a random picture. It looked exactly like me. I looked away horrified! However, when I looked back my name was under it and under that read kill him!
    When I went home that night my mum asked me where I’d been, I said no where…
    That’s the story about the day that changed my life forever! Now I knew my life was in grave danger – how would I survive?

  17. Oscar says:

    People say dreams are just dreams, but when dreams become real, they are not just dreams, they’re LIFE!

    Usually one boy’s dream is to become a football player, but not mine. My name is Oscar and I want to become a shape shifter.

    “Z Z Z Z Z” Sleeping is really what I do, but day is still good. I crawled out of bed always thinking about my dream. My wood hard duvet fell on my aged bedroom floor making a small plumped pile of unbreakable materials.

    School came soon, after having an indigestible breakfast of pencil grey slop.

    R.E. Boring you say , well mine changed who I am.

    “So who can tell me anything about Hinduism?” Mr Small started. Suddenly, my dream about being a shape shifter got stronger. I could see myself shivering in front of the class. Then turning into Einstein and answering E=MC2.
    “gr gr gr gr gr mt!” I did it, I made my dream, I made the day that changed my life forever.

    The only thing I didn’t like about this moment was that I turned into a cup!

  18. W15 – The Day That Changed My Life

    “Don’t you worry.” reassured the surgeon, “It won’t hurt one bit, well your neck will hurt, but only after the operation.”
    “Ok. Are you sure?” I questioned nervously.
    “Sure, ‘course I’m sure, I’ve done this operation a million and fifty one times(I count how many I do) and today I will do my million and fifty second, tonsil-taking surgery.”
    I was still nervous, even after the surgeon’s kind reassurance, but I braved it.
    In the Sleep-Room, they put anaesthetic in me and told me to count to ten, By the time I’d got to ten I was asleep. Next thing I knew, I was back in my hospital room.
    After a while, a waitress came in and she showed me a selection of ice lollies (these were to cool my throught), I chose the black currant one. At twelve, the kind-hearted waitress came back with an exquisite roast, then at seven-thirty she came back with the most tasty lentil soup and buttered bread you’ve ever tasted. Next morning, she came at eight with some lovely crumpets, at eight-thirty the surgeon came to check up on me, he said I was doing well with my recovery and all. At twelve, the waitress came with the best All-Day- Breakfast ever, it had 4 gorgeous hashes, 3 tender sausages, 6 thick pieces of bacon, masses of good-looking scrambled egg and heaps of lovely baked beans.
    For dessert after every meal, I had vanilla ice-cream in a cone, with sprinkles, sprinkled thickly on top.
    Then it was time to go back home, I was missing the hospital’s lovely workers quite a lot at first, but then I got used to it. THIS IS A TRUE STORY! (WITH A TWIST TO IT!)!!!!!!

  19. W15 – The Day That Changed My Life

    “Don’t you worry.” reassured the surgeon, “It won’t hurt one bit, well your neck will hurt, but only after the operation.”
    “Ok. Are you sure?” I questioned nervously.
    “Sure, ‘course I’m sure, I’ve done this operation a million and fifty one times(I count how many I do) and today I will do my million and fifty second, tonsil-taking surgery.”
    I was still nervous, even after the surgeon’s kind reassurance, but I braved it.
    In the Sleep-Room, they put anaesthetic in me and told me to count to ten, By the time I’d got to ten I was asleep. Next thing I knew, I was back in my hospital room.
    After a while, a waitress came in and she showed me a selection of ice lollies (these were to cool my throught), I chose the black currant one. At twelve, the kind-hearted waitress came back with an exquisite roast, then at seven-thirty she came back with the most tasty lentil soup and buttered bread you’ve ever tasted. Next morning, she came at eight with some lovely crumpets, at eight-thirty the surgeon came to check up on me, he said I was doing well with my recovery and all. At twelve, the waitress came with the best All-Day- Breakfast ever, it had 4 gorgeous hashes, 3 tender sausages, 6 thick pieces of bacon, masses of good-looking scrambled egg and heaps of lovely baked beans.
    For dessert after every meal, I had vanilla ice-cream in a cone, with sprinkles, sprinkled thickly on top.
    Then it was time to go back home, I was missing the hospital’s lovely workers quite a lot at first, but then I got used to it. THIS IS A TRUE STORY! (WITH A TWIST TO IT!)!!!!!!

  20. Miruna says:

    Hi I’m Sophie! I was an ordinary kid until my 8th birthday. I chose the best present ever but I didn’t think of the future and the consequences as a result of my choice.
    It was the 25th of March, 17 days till my birthday (11th of April) it was time to pick my favorite present the present was a …CAT. We went to the cat rescue center to find a cat which would be suitable for me. We saw lots of cats but I was finding it especially hard to pick one, they all just looked so cute! Then from out of the corner of my eye, a black and white cat with smooth fur and glistening eyes suddenly stole my gaze. I could tell that she was terrified, as she used her sleeping basket to conceal her from the mysterious on looking silhouettes’ that gathered around her. Her body language appealed to my better nature and played on my heart strings, I knew there and then that she would make a perfect house cat. I pleaded, poked and prodded at my parents until they agreed to reserve her. The cat was a girl and called Stella.
    “You need to behave if you want that cat as a present.” My mum whispered in my ear.
    So I was very good and behaved. Then on the 1st of April mum received a phone call. I heard a voice murmuring in the phone about wood pellets and gelatin food. I thought mum was going mad and that she was on a totally different planet, but it was about the cat. My mum informed me that we had to pick Stella up from the center. For as long as I live, I shall never forget the elation that coursed over and through my body. I was so ecstatic from all the euphoric screaming, that I poured a glass of water to sooth my sand paper like throat.
    When we finally got her home, Stella was still just as timid since the first time I laid my eyes on her. We took her out of her morbid cage and she veiled in the corner. She looked petrified, she was shaking like a leaf, so we introduced her to her new sleeping basket and toys, which I had prepared for her. She buried herself underneath the pile of toys and slowly began to familiarize herself with her new surroundings.
    Months after we got Stella, she is now my best friend and I can’t let her go, we are inseparable. Even when we go on holiday I refuse to leave her. The most pleasurable consequence of getting Stella wasn’t all the games that she loves to play with me or the amazingly snug cuddles that she gives me whenever I am tired or sad, but the transformation in her confidence. Stella is no longer, lonely and afraid, but buoyant and most friendly cat you will ever meet!

  21. Sammy joujou says:

    ‘Chink.’ ”That will be four pounds, ninety-nine pence. ‘My mum searched in her purse, for the relevant money, as I waited anxiously at the door. This was the last stop before I got to eat my birthday cake. As soon as she finished, we walked out into the heat of the sun me keeping a brisk advantage over my mum. The sun cast flickering shadows as I said to my mum “Come on mum I can’t wait to get home-“. I turned back to speak to her as I thought my mum would be there. I was wrong…
    Panic rose in my throat. Where was she? I ran back towards the shop, where we were together last, and to my horror the first thing I saw was an ambulance, then my mum!
    “My Mum!” I ran straight towards the ambulance and held my mum’s hand. Before I knew it I was riding with my mum quickly, sirens blazing, and being asked a multitude of questions, all at the same time.
    “What happened?”
    “Did you see your mum fall?”
    “Are you nervous?”
    It was a whirlwind of terror as I arrived at the hospital. My pulse was racing. Dad arrived almost immediately after me. We waited for ages to be called in. And then. I shivered with eagerness as dad went in. The minutes felt like days and the days felt like months. A second later he came out. As he shook his head I felt like I had the worst birthday ever.
    Since then I could never think about anything because, nothing could replace mum and I knew that…

  22. Emanuel says:

    It was a cold, dark night and I was at my mates house having a sleep over. I was in a dark room, there was hardly and ligh exept for the light that was squeezing through the curtains and the light that came from my glowing watch. I was lying in my bed full up with the wonderful dinner that Felix’s mother had cooked. It was cold and rainy outside; I was lucky to be in a warm bed with the underfloor heating on.

    My eyelids were slowly closing when suddently I heard a loud “BANG” sound. This sound was the sound that a gun made. I shot out of my bed making a loud thump on the wooden floor boards. I was petrified. I slowly and carefully crawled to Felex’s bed, shaking him. I heard the gun shots once again, I was trembling, they sounded closer and closer.

    I was terror-stricken. I was shaking him so hard that I couldn’t believe that he wasn’t waking up. Had he taken sleeping pills? The shots were so loud that I knew that the gun-men were on our street. My whole body was shaking tremendously. I punched Felix so hard that I think he might have broken a rib or two.

    Felix finaly woke up, but not how I expected. He threw the bed covers away and threw me to the window. I tryed to explain to him what happend but he threw a punch at my face. I then grabbed his top and swung him to the window but I will always regret this move.

    The guns were shot again but this time the bullets smashed the window and shot Felix. He fell to his knees, then his body collapsed the floor. I fell after him and saw the bullet deep inside his gash. His red blood lay around his unconscious body.

    I tried to help him, instead I killed him.

  23. April 18th was a day that changed my life forever. It started when my dad had told me that I had to go to football. It was all fine until someone rammed in to me like a rhino I fell awkwardly on my leg. I didn’t feel anything until I sat down, I was in agony. The next day my dad and mum took me to the huge hospital. We were waiting for ages and then a kind doctor turned up and he started to x-ray my leg. After he told me it was broken and the doctor put my leg in a cast. My dad said I couldn’t play football for a long time. I was so upset that’s this was going to ruin my dreams, to become a professional football player that’s what changed my life forever.

  24. Archie says:

    The day that changed my life forever.

    I was 3 years old when my life changed forever. Mum was getting fatter and fatter, she looked like she was being inflated by helium. I wondered what was happening, dad told me we were having a baby I was not impressed or happy!

    Before my little brother came along life was wonderful. I got everyone’s attention, I could sit on my granddads lap for hours and all the grown ups wanted to play with me.
    Then the day came, dad arrived home from hospital and said I was going to and meet my new brother. A brother! More like an alien!

    When we arrived we went into mums room, and I saw ‘it’. ‘It’ was lying in a transparent cot all cosy, calm and covered in gunk – just as I thought it was an alien! The alien was called NED!

    Later that day we took the alien home with us, he cried and cried, it sounded like a piglet squealing. Mum and I were playing cars but mum stopped the game to feed the baby. I hesitated for moment she had never left me in the middle of a game before. ‘This baby is evil!’ I thought to myself.
    A bit later on I was sitting on the couch watching cartoons when I heard a rude noise coming from the cot in the corner of the room. It sounded like squelching mud. I went over to investigate. Poof … my nose was hit with a strong, stinky smell of rotten eggs. More proof this life form was not from this galaxy.

    As the months went by it got worse! Ned the alien would trash my Lego, throw my toys, chew on my fingers, rip my art and wee on the DS!

    BUT 5 years later he’s improved! Now he appreciates my artwork, respects my toys, wee’s in loo and is my closest friend …not an alien!

  25. Cooper Lynn says:

    Once I woke up, I went down to have my breakfast. It was weird, my parents were doing a smug face. I asked them why where they doing that and they replied that we were going on a holiday!
    I was really amazed that we were going on holiday, and they even said we were going to Disneyland Paris! I am a really big fan of Pirates of the Caribbean.

    We quickly packed our bags and went to the airport nice and early. We checked in, and we waited for our airplane to be called so we can go on the airplane and take off. When the plane was called and we went on-board we took off straight away.

    While we were waiting to land I played games, I was playing a game were you are a caveman, you needed to push stone and work your way out of the puzzle before the lava gets you. It was a short flight because we just needed to fly over the English Channel. When we took a taxi over to our hotel, I managed to see Disneyland Paris!
    It was starting to get dark and my Mum said I need to get ready for bed. So I went to get ready for bed. As soon as I was ready I went straight to bed. I had a dream that we went to Disneyland Paris and that I fell off one of the rides! But it wasn’t in the air, so I was safe. When I woke up I asked if we were going to Disneyland Paris and they replied yes at the same time, so I could jinx both of them!

    Once we arrived at the best place ever! I went straight to the Pirates of the Caribbean section and went straight onto one of the rides. It was really fun until… THERE WAS A ROBBERY IN DISNEYLAND PARIS! I saw a person with a gun robbing a Disney store! So as quick as a flash I ran to the robber and held on to him, round the back, by surprise.

    While I was holding him I grabbed the bag and threw the bag to the shop-owner and he grabbed it, he called the police. As soon as the police arrived I pushed the criminal to the police, so they could put the robber in the back of the car.

    I was really happy with myself, No one even helped me! I think I should be a policeman when I am older.
    This was the day that changed my life forever.

    The End

  26. Tomi says:

    HE DAY THAT CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER!

    Hello my name is Jack and this is the day that changed my life forever. My mum came screaming from the living room.
    “What’s wrong mum?” I asked suspiciously.
    “We won the lottery!” she exclaimed.
    “How much did we win mum?” I requested anxiously.
    “Ten point five million pounds!” bellowed mum. So because of that were moving house in a new neighborhood. When I heard that I thought she was pulling my leg. But when I thought about it even more I wondered if my mum would ever make a lie that big and what it would feel like in a new neighborhood whilst he still liked his up-to-date neighborhood. We moved within a week and the new district was huge.

    When I looked out I saw that there was a boy I’d never seen before and bullies of this zone taunting him about being small and a nerd. I had to put a stop to this! I told my mum and she told the small boys mum and the message passed on until it came to all of the bullies mum. After that I spoke to him and he said he didn’t have any friends and he was new here to. I asked him if he wanted to become friends and he said that was perfect.
    So the moral is no one is perfect even though people think they are.

  27. Peter says:

    The That changed My Life Forever
    I’ve never really wanted to be a good guy, but it’s not really fair, why should the hero always get their golden nugget./ Why do they get cheers in game-control and not get hissed at during when their eating slop from a pig-sty.

    “I’m gonna smash it! “Thundered the deafening voice of Sam-it-Sam as he pummelled his gigantic hand into the tower
    .
    “I can mend it,” squeaked the tiny voice of Mend-it-Max jnr pulling his diamond hammer out of his stitched pocket. Suddenly the screen crackled violently and revealed the remains of the robotic head of Dr Doom. All eyes in the arcade shot to their screen. When they noticed that little rings circled them and BANG!

    Suddenly yellow/red candy balls were hung on ropes above them. They were in Cut the Rope, surrounded by cute, little, green monsters. As quick as a flash, Dr Doom beamed down in front of them.

    “I’ve got control of the entire arcade.” crackled the robot voice of Dr Doom. Dr Doom shot a laser which just missed. Sam clenched his hand. Sam smashed the ground. And let it rip. The whole collection of sweets tumbled down on top of Dr Doom crushing him to smithereens.

    I now never know what dangers the arcade can hold. Just depends where the joystick leans.

    In Cut the Rope…
    Bzzt, Bzzt the red glaring eyes of Dr Doom flickered back to functional…

  28. “Will it hurt?”
    “Don’t you worry.” reassured the surgeon, “It won’t hurt one bit, well your throat will hurt, but only after the operation.”
    “Ok. Are you sure?” I questioned nervously.
    “Sure, ‘course I’m sure, I’ve done this operation fifty one times (I count how many I do) and today I will do my fifty second tonsillectomy.”
    I was still nervous, even after the surgeon’s kind reassurance, but I braved it out.
    In the Pre-Op Room, they put anaesthetic in me and told me to count to ten, by the time I’d got to six I was asleep. Next thing I knew, I was back in my hospital room.
    After a while, a waitress came in and she showed me a selection of ice lollies (these were to cool my throat), I chose the blackcurrant one. At twelve, the kind-hearted waitress came back with an exquisite roast, then at seven-thirty she came back with the best lentil soup and buttered bread you’ve ever tasted. Next morning, she came at eight with some lovely crumpets, at eight-thirty the surgeon came to check up on me, he said I was doing well with my recovery. At twelve, the waitress came with the best All-Day- Breakfast ever, it had 4 gorgeous hashes, 3 tender sausages, 6 thick pieces of bacon, masses of light, fluffy scrambled egg and heaps of lovely baked beans.
    For dessert after every meal, I had vanilla ice-cream in a cone, with sprinkles, scattered on top.
    Then it was time to go back home, I was missing the hospital’s lovely workers quite a lot at first, but then I got used to it.
    Those two days changed my life completely. I used to have tonsillitis, practically every week; I have never had tonsillitis since nor will I ever again. The way I tasted things, also changed, I used to be a fussy eater but now I’ll eat any food happily(if it isn’t mouldy and doesn’t have slugs in it, snails I don’t mind).
    THE END

  29. Raiyaan says:

    One beautiful summer’s morning, the great ball of fire shone brighter than ever, the trees were covered by lush green leaves and the sky was a deep ocean blue. Big balls of cotton wool filled the sky and the ecstatic irds sang joyously. The ruby and sapphire flowers were like piles of precious jewels. I opened my window to let in the warm air and the scent of the sweet smelling roses. The scene that greeted my eyes was perfect and it felt as if things could not be better.
    After a heary breakfast, I went for my usual morning stroll along the stone-grey, dusty path, passing all the different wonderful creatures that inhabited the woodlands. As I walked I observed the majestic tress covered in their balnkets of beautiful, pale pink blossoms. It was certainly a picturesque sight!
    Just as I was about to turn around and make my way home, I noticed a rather dimunitive little shop, that I’m sure I had never noticed before. It tweaked my curiosity and I felt myself edging towards the building only to realise that it was actually a small Post Office. In the main window was huge sign saying ‘GET YOUR FREE LOTTERY TICKET HERE’…something made me go in and purchse one, eventhough I had never played the Lotery before.
    The next day was when the winner was to be announced. I sat on my comfortable bed, laid back and took out my ticket, staring at the numbers. I turned on the TV just in time for the winning numbers to be announced. For some reason my mouth went dry and my hands started to tremble a little. Much to my utter shock, I realised that the first three numbers announved matched my ticket…Oh My Gosh!!…was this really happening?? As he read out the final number…the number 8…my heart literally lurched into my throat as realisation hit me…I HAD WON!!!….I immediately leapt off my bed and started jumping around the house with complete joy…in my excitement I almost knocked over a vase, but thought ‘So what?’…as today was THE DAY THAT CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER!!

  30. Leila T says:

    The day that changed my life forever.

    ‘Woo hoo!’ I shouted excitedly as me and my family drove to the airport.
    My dad drove carefully down the motorway as the radio was beaming out of the speakers.
    Suddenly the car in front came to a haut and then I saw my sister go flying through the windscreen…she hadn’t put her seatbelt on. We sat their in horror but immediately my dad got his phone out of his pocket and dialled 999 for an ambulance as soon as possible. The ambulance got to the scene where the catastrophe had taken place in less that 10 minutes and put her in to the ambulance quick enough to have a lucky escape. She seemed fine until the last 2 minutes of the journey.
    Later that day she died in the hospital. Two months later she was cremated and all we had left of her was her ashes and 13 years of fantastic memories. And now I stand in desolation without her forever.

    The End

  31. Daisy Parker says:

    It was a cold, misty morning; as Gracie and I peers through the clear windows of Papa’s rickety old black van, we could see glistening icicles hanging from the sloped roofs of the nearby houses. He was driving excitedly to the hospital. He was going to see his second grandson, our first ever brother. I could feel niggling nerves flying around my stomach like beautiful butterflies. I had been waiting patiently all my life to get a brother and at this very moment he was waiting in the hospital for me. I didn’t know what to expect? We had been driving in silence for some time now and I was sure we were nearly there.

    When we finally reached our destination we rushed towards the gargantuous, official hospital entrance. As I dashed into the building, the smell of bubbling bleach blew past my nose like a gust of wind on a blustery day. All you could see were faces with either sad or happy expressions on them. Every wall and ceiling was as white as snow with not a single speck of dirt anywhere.

    We quickly, rushed to the Post Natal ward to prevent our bodies from getting cold in this chilly place. As I quickly walked into the ward I could hear tiny babies crying loudly. I had mixed emotions about this. I was really excited, my first brother was waiting for me, but on the other hand I was extremely nervous, what if the baby wasn’t healthy, or Mummy was ill?

    As we entered Mummy’s small cubical there was a giant crowd, Everyone wanted to see the baby. As I made my way through the mass of people all my worries faded away. Infront of me lay a healthy baby boy and my Mummy.

    Once, we had admired this beautiful, baby it was time to name him. As I was trying desperately to think of a name lots of different suggestions were being called out. It felt like everyone already knew what to call him. This made me feel really angry. All I could hear was boys names being shouted out. Why wouldn’t they let me make a suggestion?

    The names Edward and Lewis were shouted out. Edward sounded great but not the right name. It was a very old fashion name to call a baby. Lewis was a name that defenatly didn’t suit him.

    “Harry!” I cried out. I couldn’t help myself from shouting out the ideal name. As I looked at the tiny baby he was defenatly a baby Harry. Mummy announced that this was a fantastic name to call the baby. He would be called Harry Edward Parker.

    Every other name was great but Harry stood out to me. It was the perfect name.

    Soon after we were back in out small snug bungalow. Every year that went by, Harry became a little crazier. The day he was born changed my life forever.

  32. Danica King says:

    The Day That Changed the Mother and the Daughters life forever

    Once upon a time there was a mother and her daughter. They lived in a small village in the middle of the country. Ella was the mother and her daughter was called Annabel. They were very happy most of the time, but one day they were talking, “wouldn’t it be strange if we could swap minds” Annabel said to her mother! “I have always dreamt that too”, said her mother. So that is exactly what they did they said out loud I wish that we could switch minds for just one day then it started getting very weird.

    When Annabel went to school they started doing some history the teacher picked Annabel to come up front. Suddenly she started talking about the Romans. She usually is very bad at history now she was an expert; she knew so many facts.

    As for Ella when she was at home so completely forgot how to make the dinner and she really could not remember anything that needed doing in the day. In fact the only thing that she could really think about was playing and watching the television!

    Both Annabel and Ella had a very very strange day indeed…..

    When Annabel got home from school they both spoke about their day and all the different things that had happened, they both agreed that I want to change back, they tried saying it aloud like they did before, but it didn’t work.

    Ella suddenly remembered about a book that she had read about a story of a Wizard, after discussing this with Annabel they both knew what to do. So they got in the car and started to drive to the place where a very powerful Wizard lived.

    It took five hours to get there and it was a very bumpy journey as they drove down lots of different types of roads, but finally they arrived!

    There was a large old house and it looked very creepy, Ella knocked on the door and a Wizard answered. Ella said “we have got a problem and explained the whole story and how they had changed their minds, “Can you help us please” said Ella! The Wizard thought very hard and went into the house and got a small bottle. Drink this three times a day he said and you will be fine.

    Both Ella and Annabel were very happy and thanked him for his kindness.

    They learnt a very valuable lesson that day….be careful what you wish for!

    Danica King
    THE END

  33. Hannah says:

    HIROSHIMA
    It was on what was a glorious morning, with the sun blazing from the vivid blue sky; this accompanied by beautiful clouds that drifted through the sky.
    The date was the 15th August 1945; at 8.15am. I was on the playground, looking forward to what was supposed to be another good day at school. In a matter of time, the teacher escorted us into the classroom, in line with our daily routine in school. Just as she did this, I noticed a single aero plane soar into the blue sky.
    The aero plane hovered a few seconds, suddenly it looked as if it was discharging something into Hiroshima. What I thought was imagination; turned out to be reality.
    Regrettably, it turned out that the plane had just dropped a bomb on Hiroshima. The sight that followed, was that of a fireball, which shot into the sky. The shock and devastation became very imminent; the carnage was beyond comprehension, as anything within reach was met with catastrophic consequence. The level of impact was unimaginable, as the destruction spared nothing in its path.
    As the devastation continued to unfold and engulf Hiroshima, I was still in my classroom with all sorts of thoughts going through my head. At that point, I was convinced it is only a matter of time, before my fate is decided for the worse, by this devastation hence; I have witnessed the most unbearable suffering, by some of my fellow citizens.
    As I remained steady in my classroom, I was consumed by fear. What is the fate of my loved ones, whom I had only left in the morning? Will I return home to meet them? The hope and desire to return home continued to provide me. with the desired courage at this very difficult time. The air gradually became very thin and grey, as it was filled by dust and smoke. Gradually, it began hurtling towards my classroom. The panic and uncertainty brought with it, a degree of hopelessness, which has now replaced the courage and belief I had earlier.
    Nevertheless, the intensity of the blast was inevitably felt, as my classmates and I were thrown through the air, as if we were rag dolls. My initial recollection afterwards was being disoriented and somewhat hopeless. Nonetheless, the thought of knowing that I can at least breathe and could feel all my limbs spurred me on. As I slowly regained control and was able to support others in any way I could. Thankfully, that was the closest we felt the impact with our lives to spare.
    Obviously, this was an unforgettable and excruciating experience that will unfortunately, stay with me for the rest of my days.

  34. Danica King says:

    Hi my name is Buster from the sheep family. I have seventy two brothers. I don’t know why, but they are always mean and nasty to my just because I am the odd one out of all my family. All the others are white and I am black. It is not fair being the odd one out. I always get the blame for everything!

    One day I saw a gap in the fence, no one else saw it so I went threw the hole. When I was at the other side I was in the middle of the farm. It was a large farm and had a mixture of different animals and birds, including chickens, ducks and a rather cross old black and white dog called Sid. Over on the far side I saw a pen of pink pigs. As I got nearer I spotted a black pig. ” Hello” I said, “my name is Buster,I noticed that you were looking very sad.” “My name is Percy”. Said the black pig. ” I am a Pot Belly Black pig and I am the only black pig on the farm, I get blamed for just about everything that goes wrong in the pig pen and it makes me very sad.” Just as my new friend and I were laughing together about all the things we both got blamed for, a group of older pigs came over and tried to make fun of us! “Go away and talk to the hoof cause the face ain’t listening”. I said, all the other pigs laughed, including my new friend Percy. From that day forward Percy and I had a lot of fun and do you know that is where the adventures really began……

  35. JoshuaO says:

    ‘We won!!!!!’ Announced my mother. Our family has always wanted to win the lottery.
    ‘Won what?’ I replied
    ‘The lottery!’ Shouted my mother
    ‘Ha ha mother, ok joke is over.’ I said
    ‘No I’m serious, look’ shrieked my mother
    ‘No way! ‘ I muttered as i looked at the t.v. ‘We have won £1,000,000,000,000!’
    Suddenly a cheque went through our letterbox.
    My mother and I exchanged looks of glee.
    It was to good to be true.

    That is the day that changed my life. I live in America, Texas and we live in a mansion.

  36. JoshuaO says:

    “We won!!!!!”Announced my mother. Our family has always wanted to win the lottery.
    “Won what?” I replied
    “The lottery!” Shouted my mother
    “Ha ha mother, ok joke is over.”’ I said
    “No I’m serious, look”shrieked my mother
    “No way!”I muttered as i looked at the t.v. “We have won £1,000,000,000,000!”
    Suddenly a cheque went through our letterbox.
    My mother and I exchanged looks of glee.
    It was too good to be true.

    That is the day that changed my life. I now live in America, Texas and we live in a mansion.

  37. Zoe Olakanpo says:

    THE DAY THAT CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER

    One day, my family and I were having a big family dinner. I didn’t want to join so I asked my parents if I could go to my bedroom to work on my music playing which I was very talented in. I was very good at making my own lyrics.

    One bright luminous day, my next door neighbour Jones, who was a music producer heard me singing. This made him to come over to my house immediately. Jones listened to me for a few minutes and he saw that I had potential and star quality in me.

    “What is going on up there?”screamed my mum. She came racing up the stairs in leaps and bounds taking three steps at a time, out of breadth when she arrived at the top of the staircase. “Zo” she started. “ Oh, excuse me Mr Jones, I didn’t realise you were up here. What can we do for you this shimmering, shiny, sunny evening?” Mr Jones took a deep breadth and sighed. “You have got a talented young lady here. I am going to sign her up for a record label”.

    I couldn’t believe my ears and I could feel butterflies in my tummy which meant that I was really excited. Such awesomeness had never happened to anyone in my family before. My parents were so proud of me as I began my journey to being a star.

  38. Tomi says:

    Dear Diary,
    The house is as jet black as the ominous sky outside. Nothing can be heard except faint deathly screams. You could hear a mouse scuttling across the somber room. As soon as I realised there was a power cut, my heart sank. I wasn’t going to be able to finish watching my all time favourite movie; Pixels – on Tv until the power came back on. However, with the deafening thunderstorm outside I am definitely positive that I won’t be watching anything for at least 2 weeks. This was one of the worst times to have a power-cut.

    Here I am now, huddled with my perturbed family for warmth and being bored to death. We were like penguins all alone in an fiery snowstorm with hail falling all around us as rain was getting through the lightly protected roof. I’m as distraught as when other people feel low spirited, I feel the sadness devouring me whole.

  39. Lauren Cooper says:

    I am about to tell you the story of the day that changed my life forever and it started off like this…..
    As soon as I could talk I was pleading for an adorable little puppy that I could take on walks and that I could cuddle if I felt down in the dumps. My mum and dad would not hear of it when I was this young but when I turned eleven everything changed. “One….Two….Three….Four! Happy Birthday to you, happy birthday to you. Happy birthday dear Lily, happy birthday to you!” chorused my family as I blew out my candles on my chocolate birthday cake. “Hooray!” cried dad when I had finished, “Now darling, we are going to somewhere special for your birthday, so get in the car and we will set off.” I was eager to see what was in store for me so I jumped in and we drove to the shopping centre. We went past my favourite shops until we reached the pet store. I was going to get a dog! I picked out a cute, brown one with floppy ears and decided to call him Brownie. He has been with me ever since that day, although he is getting a bit old now.

  40. Adam says:

    At 7am I was getting dressed for work, when suddenly…my windows rattled, the blinds shook, my bed rocked. Fiery, scarlet flames burst through the limpid windows exuberantly. The eager fire lifted me up most bewitchingly. I twirled like ribbons and spiralled like tornados. The luminous colours flamboyantly leapt high in the air and floated down like feathers. I was mesmerised! Within two minutes, the flames had disappeared. That had changed my life. Everything was free in the shops and everyone LOVED me!

  41. aaron juhti says:

    It was a phenomenal sight. The blinding ball of fire illuminated the tawny and scarlet sky, reflecting on the Oakland forest. I stood behind a solitary elm tree, as tall as a giraffe. They twisted and turned for they were rigid serpents. The sycamore tree was encompassed by beautiful flowers blossoming every second. The momentous shrubs started to walk by the wind pushing them. Then I could see that the heavens were about to open. Rain trickled down, and splashed on the parched earth. It was time to set back.

  42. yunus says:

    There in the beautiful distance was the shining sun on top of everything. The alluring clouds were now as orange as a fire because it was sunset.This was a phenomenal sight on its own. Down below, where there is a long forest, amazing birds sing as sweetly as a choir to the giant trees. Then stands one odd tree on top of a hill with a statue by its side. It looks like this tree is the leader. Far in the pretty distance huge mountains covering a great part of land can be seen only because of the shining sun.

  43. Sujana Tazmeen says:

    It was on a sunny morning that I was with my best friend, Liliana, in the library, both of us obsessed with our books. As I got up to get another book, I observed a book about canoeing. This was very rare in Russia as we were the worst playing team. I decided to get it because I was an expert in canoeing. I then yelled,
    ”Liliana, do you like canoeing?”
    ” Oh yes, I love canoeing, its brilliant!” She replied.
    ” Well, how would you love to begin a canoeing team? We’ll get your friends, Emma and Liana to join. We’ll train at the ‘Magical airing waterfall” I suggested. Liliana, Emma and Liana agreed, and we trained hard. We trained hard and soon were going to the Olympics. BANG!
    The race started and we rowed bravely. The Brazilian were very fast and went gliding rapidly in the water. Suddenly, a woman noticed that the Brazilian boat had been powered up. They were disqualified, their heads drooped in shame. After a tiring hour, we all found out who had won, US! I knew the exhausting hour was worth being felt. My life was never common after that day.

  44. Diya Jena says:

    Beside the millions of vibrantly coloured flowers and swishing trees was where I sat, watching the sun slowly rise above the ground. The pink and blue streaks of the night was left behind, only leaving a blur of golden to stretch out as far as it could. Below me were the bushes and trees covered in blossoms that had bloomed too fast, just like a firework in the sky. The sun smiled down at me.

    I knew I was the only person awake at that time of day. It was only me, the twittering birds, and the rising sun. The trees stretched over my head, a roof that was covered in fresh, green leaves that danced in the slight breezes that came and went. Finally, the sun had risen fully, rays groping around for every part of land that it could cover. And, stretched out below me, were the small villages, awaking at the scene of the glamourous sun and the dancing trees.

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