Monday, 23 June 2014


On Saturday I went to Emelias party. I gave her three Chapsticks in a little box, a book mark, jelly beans and a toenail set. We did surgery on the chips

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Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Concrete jungle

This chimp I am about to describe had a very sad life orbiting the earth for 65 years before it landed in a deserted city and died.

A poor little chimp sat in a space shuttle in the darkness of space with only the stars and the light of the controls, that he dare not touch, to see by. The deep dreaded darkness of space has been haunting him for years. Finally after the long wait the little red button turned green it is finally time for him to return home. The green button is a meadow of grass. The dark stillness is as black as midnight as the shuttle rockets down towards the earth. He felt like a fish out of water rushing down towards the earth.

The chimp felt a shiver of exitement as he shot through space like a bolt of lighting. The dark blue earth crept closer and closer at the speed of sound, it was a shadow of blueness. Crash. The chimp feels a judder as the shuttle hit the earth. It was 3 o'clock when the shuttle landed. Blinking in the sudden light he sees his surroundings it is all a kettle of fish.

He was surprised at his surroundings everything was old and grey. The cold airy feeling sent a shiver down his spine. His heart broke as he stared at the emptiness of the earth. He slowly walked into the shuttle sat down and put his head in his hands. The tall grey buildings were as deserted as a desert. The windows were black spots on the sun. It was raining cats and dogs as the chimp stared at the concrete jungle.

As he stared, in fear and sadness, a tear trickled down his cheek, he felt like lying down in the middle of the concrete jungle forever.

Thursday, 12 June 2014

The Queens purse

Sitting on the edge of her bed the Queen stared at her sparkling, gold encrusted purse. The purse was lying upright on the window sill letting the sunlight reflect of it's silver lock, creating rainbow patterns around the room. It's golden thread shimmered softly in the sunlight. It's diamond logo is as sparkly as the ocean water. Even when it's raining cats and dogs the purse won't rust because of it's special casing. The purse is a mine of gold in the early morning sun.

The Queen got up reached into her purse and pulled out the queen weekly magazine. She also pulled out her diamond cell phone that she had bought on the 21st of February 2010. She turned the phone, shiny and sparkly, over admiring it's beauty. Bored with sitting on the bed she poured herself a cup of instant fancy tea. As swiftly as a water fall the tea poured into the pink inflatable tea cup. Her golden coated mini laptop with a ruby and opal case coast an arm and a leg. The ruby and opal case is an angle compared to her plain golden crown.

Her St John medical alarm, that she uses if she needs an ambulance, is an early morning sunrise of red and gold. Her hand sanitiser is as green as it's emerald casing. The Queen's multi coloured inflatable electric chair is a bull in a china shop. She got her colourful electric chair on April the 21st 2007 when she turned 80. The chair is a rainbow in a sun shower on a lovely spring day. Slowly and carefully the Queen removed her purse from the window sill, making tiny rainbows dart around the room, so she could get into the limousine for a lovely day out.

Thursday, 5 June 2014