Sitting behind the wheel of a ford Ute sat Terry in the middle of snowy Antarctica. Terry was as happy as a 3 year old on Christmas eve. All of a sudden smoke started bursting out of the engine, the car alarm started beeping, the window wipers started waving everywhere he was stunned. “What on earth is going on, am I going to survive? ” Terry said. Cautiously he jumped out of the car raging on what was going on. Terry heard something behind him, he worriedly turned around, “W…W….What on earth a POLAR BEAR.” he looked at him with devious eyes, he looked awfully hungry, he smelt, TERRIBLE. Terrifyingly the bear liked his lips with a heap of bear slobber flowing out. What was going on. Drenched Terry started to back away. Within 1 minute the bear caught his eye on something more delicious and slowly backed away. That was a close encounter, I almost got EATEN by a polar bear.
Today it’s our school animal dress up day, I am dressing up as a Elephant. I pull on my costume and jump into the car.
I climb out of the car and walk into school, oh great, my enemy. He looked at me in a disgusted way as if he didn’t like it at all. I walked into the classroom just as my teacher called me up to do my speech about dress up day because I am SRC.
I started my speech but before I could say anything my enemy said, “And Then the elephant gave his speech.” Was this day going to turn out great or not.
Me and my friend are going to Egypt to try and find a ancient viola. Thousands of people are trying to find the lost instrument, because of the prize which is a bucket of gold. The precious instrument got lost nearly 500 years ago.
When I told my friend that we should try to find it, she just whimpered at me, until I told her what the prize was, and then she jumped at the chance.
“We’ve searched everywhere,” I moaned to my friend. Then just like that I tripped. When I picked myself up, I noticed a and uncovered the sand, it was the viola. “We WON.”
The golden retriever came up to us as he knew who we are. “That’s when I knew I should run.” Calm down Olivia the dog won’t hurt you, stop being such scaredy cat.
“Lets name him Teddy.” I say.
“Teddy has very impeccable manners.” Olivia announces. Teddy starts looking around, “I think he knows the way home.” I say.
Sure enough Teddy led us way home. “Mum!” I yell. “Sophie! your safe, I can’t believe your home, Dad and I were awfully worried about you.” Mum you won’t believe me but a golden retriever helped us find our way home, can we keep him.” “Absolutely he saved you.”