Thursday, 20 October 2016

An Abandoned House

One misty afternoon there were three girls named Anahera, Unique and Khyra. They were teenagers and they were having a sleeping over at Khyra’s house. They had just woken up because they had a midnight feast and they had problems going to sleep. They were also outside sleeping in a big tent with three sleeping bags. There were lots of lolly wrappers inside the tent because Unique had brought two boxes of favourites and some lollipops.

When they tidied everything up and they put the things away they had breakfast. They had sausages, spaghetti and eggs on toast with some bacon on the side. While they had their breakfast they were talking about what they were going to do for the rest of the day. Anahera didn’t have any ideas neither did Unique but Khyra had one. She said “why don’t we go down the road to this abandoned house it’s not to far away from here” so they agreed on Khyra’s idea.

They got everything ready for their walk then they packed their water bottles and a jacket just in case it got cold then they were off walking down the road. Once they got there they sat down on the sand and dipped their feet in the water while drinking their water bottles because there was a cool lake right by the house. When they finished they went inside the house and they explored the house for a little and then they found some eggs in the old moldy cupboard then they thought of having a egg fight so they did and it was so much fun.

When  the eggs ran out they found a couch and they had a sit down. Then their tummies started rumbling. They looked in their bags but they forgot their lunch and they were so hungry. So they looked around the house in search of food.When the eggs had ran out they went to a old oak door. They opened it and they found……. Mountainfuls of roast turkey, Jelly as big as the ceiling,  Vanilla ice cream with caramelized glaze, Potato Salad and much more delicious things to eat. Once they had a humongous feast they walked home and they said “that was some adventure wasn’t it and we got a free feast too” and the three of them lived happily ever after.


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