Monday, February 11, 2013
I called Ana and my other friend Annliz. I said to them “Hey, its me Quziyah. Do you girls wanna go to mission bay today?” At the same time both of my friends shouted “YES!” “Ok, see you there bye.” “Bye.” I hung up and packed my togs, a towel, a brush and sunscreen into my school bag. I got $30 out of my piggy bank and took the bus to Mission bay.
As I traveled there on the bus I saw a lot of people walking back home from the beach and people walking to the beach. I got off the bus and and saw Ana waving to me across the road. I used the crossing to cross to Ana. Annliz arrived on the bus to and she used the crossing. We all ran to the sand and dropped our bags. We walked to the changing rooms and got changed into our togs. Then ran to the water. We started splashing the water into each others faces. A stranger yelled “SHARK!” Everybody ran out of the water and took the bus home.
Me and the girls stayed at the beach and walked across the road. We went to Mcdonalds and had some food. As the sky started to get dark we bused back to Glen Innes. Into my room I went and snuggled into my bed. Just as I knew it the day ended.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
This morning we watched a very interesting movie about a man talking about a lollipop moment that changed a woman's life. A lollipop moment is a moment when someone does something for you or you do something for them that could make them happy. Having a lollipop moment can’t just change someone elses life but can also change your’s. Even though you did something for someone else you could also feel very special for doing something kind. I remember one time having a lollipop moment with my family. You could help mum with the dishes or help dad with the lawn. Even with the smallest thing you could do it will still affect them. Have you ever had a lollipop moment?