It was a hot and lazy afternoon that one did not look forward to, and one would not expect anything out of the ordinary to happen, but I could not have been more wrong.
Hot. The day was unbearably hot. I was on a family outing with my father, mother and my sister, Sue, to East Coast Beach since it was the start of the school holidays.
“Ben! Are you done?” I shouted as I approached his house. Ben and I were best friends and have been staying near each other since we were young.
On a windy Sunday, I was walking along a street to the mall to meet my friends, as the wind was blowing on my face.
“Where is this guy?” I said to myself as I glanced at my watch. I was supposed to go on a date with this boy, Peter, whom I had met at the library a few weeks ago.
Looking at the award in my room, I remember a story that happened a few months ago. This was what happened…
Gosh! I stood there, dumbfounded. The sight that greeted me was horrendous. My faced was now pale, like a sheet of paper.
The city was calm and a cool wind was blowing. The crimson sun was sinking in the horizon as Jimmy plodded back home from an exhausting day in school, mulling over how he could pass his upcoming examination.
Chuck-ching! Mother unlocked the doors as she took in a big plastic bag with her. Her sons, Jack and James, stared with curiosity.