It was Summer in 1994. Amanda was playing with her friends in the meadow her family owned. “Amanda’s IT!”Shouted a boy at the other side of the mystical meadow. Amanda was out of breath and was just standing still. She called for a break so she could go into her beautiful little cottage that would keep them a little cooler. So they all went inside and sat in the garden. The sun was burning hot and they all felt like melting. Amanda had long choclate brown hair, wich has little curls at the bottom. She was very skinny, and liked to run around. Her family was quite poor, but they owned a farm that kept them provided with food. “It’s boiling today!”Said Tim wipeing sweat off his face.”Now I know how my food feelells.” Everyone laaughed. They were haveing so much fun, they forgot what time it was. Just then, Amanda’s mum,lola, came out and told them it was getting late so they should all go home. That evening when Amanda’s dad came home, they all went outside to have dinner as a little picnic. The sunset was the best part Amanda liked about that day. Once they all had finished, Amanda went to bed, Lola cleaned up the dishes and Luke (Amandas dad) went to pack up
How did I spend my holiday
On Wednesday, me and my Grandad went to Aquarium in London. We saw lots of fish, scales, sharks, turtles and penguins. When we went back home on the train, it somehow stopped, and we waited thirty minutes for it to go.
On Thursday, it was football training. I dressed up an then we got into the car to go training. When we were about a quarter on our journey we met my Dad. Dad was suddenly scared of the rain so we went home again.
On Friday, me, my Grandad, Mum and brother went bowling. I won with about one hundred and eight points and four spares (no strikes sadly). Then we went Macdonald’s and that day was the best!
On Saturday, it was a day when I played a football match. I got up fast, ran downstairs and ate my breakfast quickly. When I finished eating, I went to do my work. Suddenly, I hear the breaking news, it was that seven minutes ago the game was cancelled by the tiny little rain.
A Summer’s Day (Week 89)
It was a hot, summer’s day; children have taken off their woolly jumpers. Silhouettes ascend into the sun-setting sky. Golden pastures sway gently in the breeze. Screaming in elating, the youngsters leap high in the air, into different shapes. Cotton wool clouds float in the sky, as they spectate the ecstatic scene.
Other juveniles have kicked balls, which have ricocheted off the wall. The scorching sun had framed a quaint cottage. Also, songbirds chirp contentedly in their comfortable dwellings. The chiming sounds of the sacred church reverberate deafeningly.
Fiery scarlet flames flicker in the sky. Later, the magnificent moon rises in the air like a rocket. The luminous bubble lights up the navy sky.
Everyone can’t wait for tomorrow.
It was as sunny summers day, we were excited as we cycled to the wood, we felt free as birds as we sped along the muddy path. There were four of us; Izzy, Ollie, my sister Ivy and me. Our mums walked slowly chatting behind us with the dogs. First we went to a big hill with a rope swing which we slid and tripped down as we held on tight to. After we cycled through a massive mud puddle which squelched under our wheels and Ollie called a mud-aurus because it was the size of a dinosaur. Finally we arrived home and sat greedily munching hungrily on our picnic lunch yet still out of breath exhausted from our long bicycle ride.
Today was the first day back to school and I was just getting changed into my old school uniform that I hadn’t worn since the last two months because of the summer holidays. I was used to just lying around in bed and doing nothing, then waking up, getting my phone and just playing stupid games, but I nearly forgot that I had to go to school in the morning and just fell asleep without noticing. Anyway, then when I was putting on my extremely tight trousers when suddenly my friend, George called me from and in a flash I rapidly rushed to the phone and picked it up. “Halloo?” I exclaimed when I answered “Back to school, ugh, I just wish that the summer holidays hadn’t ended…yes?…Ok, sure…See ya at school George, bye!” I had everything ready for school to go, but then I noticed that I was going to be late for my classes and rushed to school as quickly as I could. I was worried about going back to school because one of my friends (not George) moved house. Starting Year Six was going to be tough, because I had my SAT’s and everything. Although, when I got there everyone was having great fun in the new (colossal) playground, I decided to join them and George was there too, it was great fun and the only thing that could ruin all this was the sound of the school bell…
It was a summer’s day in England. The sun’s flames flickered in the clear sky. Four children were making their way through the lush, green hills gazing at the magnificent sunset. The children merrily dancing, clapping and singing as the birds in an ebullient mood began to practice their new songs they created in winter. The flowers listening carefully swayed in beat with the chirping. Then the children leaped into the air and forgot completely about their life, all they knew was they were happy for once.
The children started blowing their bubbles and they majestically danced in the air waving farewell before disappearing for you see, every bubble has a fairy inside. Then the glorious sunset enchanted the land, but the moon shot up like a firework forcing the sun down. All the joyful things disappeared: the birds chirping, the flowers swaying, the lush , green hills all of it gone! So did the four children ; Holly, Susy, Jack and Phillip. They all disappeared as if none of it happened, but it did.
What is happiness?
It was yesterday when my best friends and I had experienced true joy for the first time. We all found out that we had passed our 11 plus and that we would be going to the same school !
We ran to an empty field near my house, turned the music up as loud as it would go and had the best times of our lives.
The tree branches swayed to the rhythm of the breeze, we felt as if we were on top of the world. A glow of happiness spread through us, like never before.
My bright eyes danced and I sparkled with laughter as I knew that next year would be the best year ever!
One day, in mid summer, my best friends and I decided we were absolutely fed up with sitting on the dark purple couch all day. As we all stare into the blurring TV, Jerry announced something I thought was an amazingly brilliant idea. “Why don’t we have a summer day out ourselves?” My friends and I all nodded in full agreement. When the lamp shone through the door, it beamed saying, yes! Go and have fun!I In a great burst of joy and lovely laughter, I suggested catching bus 59, the bus to the countryside. When we reached the brightly growing grass, the trees seemed to welcomingly wave to us, and the beautiful, beaming afternoon sun shone down on all five of us. It almost felt like the whistling wind had drawn a clear smile on my peach coloured face.Then, my camera came into my distracted mind. I reached in my pocket and we all jumped high in the air, the colourful orange sky in the background. It was the best moment of my life.
One sunny,summer’s day,I was laying in a funny position on the black sofa moaning about the heat.My mum got so frustrated that she told me I could bring four friends and go somewhere,anywhere but in the house.She looked like a steam train with too much steam coming out because she was so angry.I was a good dog and obeyed immediately so that I wouldn’t see the biggest tantrum known to man.I rang up my four best friends:Andreea,Alice,Oscar and Harry.I planned for all of us to go to the beach to cool off and just to hang out and prepare for assessments at school which are tortures.When my friend’s parents dropped off their children,the cars told me to keep them away as long as possible.HONK!The cars honked as they turned around and sped off.Slowly,we made our way to the beach,however,it was the night we all got our results for the eleven plus.Did we pass?Did we fail?Them two questions were haunting us for the whole afternoon and we were trembling with fear.TING!Our results came at the same time.We placed our hand on our phones and read our results.”PASS!”We screamed in unison.We jumped in front of the setting sun and tears of joy streaming down our faces.It was the best day ever.
One sunny,summer’s day,I was laying in a funny position on the black sofa moaning about the heat.My mum got so frustrated that she told me I could bring four friends and go somewhere,anywhere but in the house.She looked like a train with too much steam coming out because she was so angry.I was a good dog and obeyed immediately so that I wouldn’t see the biggest tantrum known to man.I rang up my four best friends:Andreea,Alice,Oscar and Harry.I planned for all of us to go to the beach to cool off and just to hang out and prepare for assessments at school which are tortures.When my friend’s parents dropped off their children,the cars told me to keep them away as long as possible.HONK!The cars honked as they turned around and sped off.Slowly,we made our way to the beach,however,it was the night we all got our results for the eleven plus.Did we pass?Did we fail?Them two questions were haunting us for the whole afternoon and we were trembling with fear.TING!Our results came at the same time.We placed our hand on our phones and read our results.”PASS!”We screamed in unison.We jumped in front of the setting sun and tears of joy streaming down our faces.It was the best day ever.
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