Monday, 6 March 2017

City made of clay

100wc

          You might be wondering why there is a hand sticking out of the ground.  Well, I am going to tell you.  Last week, my father and I finished making our city out of colored clay.  I know that the picture looks really realistic, and does not look like clay.

           My dad and I never do anything together, so he thought that we could make a miniature city made out of clay.  It was going really well, but of course, my six year old brother had to play.  So, as I turned around I took a picture of my brother’s hand going straight through the ground made of clay.

Monday, 20 February 2017

Laughter

Laughter

     Last year, dad and I went to ‘Tim Hortons’ to get some breakfast for our family.  I asked if I could have a French vanilla.  My dad said, “Yeah sure, do you want anything to eat?” 
    I said, “No thank you.” As we rolled up to the window, they gave my dad my drink first.  So, my dad put the drink in his cup holder without either of us paying attention.  So, after we got all our food/drinks, I said, “Thanks dad.” Then without knowing that I was about to grab an ash tray, I take a sip and spat it all on our van.  My dad was almost in tears, laughing.

Monday, 30 January 2017

Year 1899

   Year 1899

         “Run Jimmy, run!” shouted Lory.  The tsunami was sure going to hit.  In about 2 minutes all the boats and houses would be ruined.  This is going to be the strongest and fastest tsunami ever.  Everyone was screaming, crying and running, or biking away from the tsunami.  Everyone trying to get as far as possible.  Jimmy and Lory ran to a bike and left.  Each second they used and needed, each breath they took well panting fearless. Tired, no water, they can not stop, they have to pedal. But as Lory turned around she saw the tsunami face to face.  The tsunami moved all the boats and houses around to different spots, and surprisingly all the right way up.