Today’s 100 Word Challenge is about the following photo and what it brings to mind
As a year one teacher I loved to do songs,rhymes and poems. Seeing these 4 bears going for the Teddy Bears Picnic, I thought back to Puff the Magic Dragon. It teaches children the love for animals, life and fantasy. Fantasy is important in a young child’s life. They need to have an opportunity to play. That is why rhymes and songs help. They usually repeat the same thing over and over again in these songs, which helps with vocabulary. To act these songs is also relaxing and calming. Portraying fantasies makes them experience real situations.
Jack, Anne and Spock returned home after a lovely exotic island holiday.
Every moment was perfect. Anne overthought her life and what she wanted to do next. Jack had the opportunity to get to know Anne better. Spock loved all the luxury of an own bed, food served every day. His hair was now shiny and clean.
All three friends were happy and loved each other.
After arriving home Anne decided to go to the place where she tried to take her own life. She sat for a while on the lonely bench reminiscing the past weeks. She felt very content and happy.
These three were intertwined in a real life drama.
Anne, very lonely and depressed, decided to take her own life. She had a perfect modeling career. Everything was too much. Taking of her shoes, she gave them to Jack who was passing by at that moment. She jumped on and over the rail into the deep black water. Spock who was also roaming around jumped the fence. He grabbed Anne, brought her to the side where Jack was ready to pull her out.
For more information on this writing visit : https://jfb57.wordpress.com/2015/04/13/100-word-challenge-for-grown-ups-week148-2/
Sally, standing outside her bedroom window, listening.
Naughty young lady! Her parents forbid her to go out and meet her lover, a much older young man. Sally is only a schoolgirl. She hates her parents for this.
She decided that she really had to meet Mick. She had a secret to tell him.
Quietly she walked away. In town she went to their favourite bench in one of the side streets. In amazement she stood still. On their bench were the three monkeys showing her “see, hear, speak no evil”. Impossible nobody knows!