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A Day In The Life

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A Day In The Life Beep, Beep, Smash! Is the scene in my bedroom at seven in the morning as my alarm clock starts sending out this annoying high pitch sound, which I automatically silence with my fist, then lay back down in bed and wonder why I ever set it the night before or even why I brought it in the first place. Then I realise that I am not going to go back to sleep as my mum comes in and opens my curtains to let the bright sun in, I think she does on purpose to wake me up. After this I sit up in bed thinking what lessons I have for the day ahead and what awaits me at 'Hell' or as it is more commonly known: school. I swing round and as I do so I pick up my crutches, which automatically makes me think back to when I broke my ankle. I remember it all perfectly, it was quite a nice sunny day and I had an urge to grind my rail I have set up for grinding in my back garden, so I put on my soaps and just before I had been out five minutes Craig comes knocking on my door asking if I am coming out. I reply with yes and we go out to the community centre where I see the perfect handrail to grind. ...read more.

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Then I get in the car for the drive to school which is a good reason for having a broken ankle I can't bike so I get a lift to school and seeing everyone either having to walk or bike makes me laugh. I get to school about ten minutes early and either go in and wait in the form room or stand outside and talk to people but I do have to leave to go in a few minutes before the bell rings as other wise I will probably get knocked off my crutches and break my leg again. I like form time as it gives us a chance to prepare for the day ahead and also to ask if anyone has not done their homework and laugh at each other if someone hasn't done it. Form time also includes the bulletin being read out which alerts me of anything that I need to do at break or lunch. Another good point about having a broken ankle is that I get to leave lessons five to ten minutes early as I don't want to be knocked over and that I don't have to carry my bag so someone has to carry that for me. First lesson of the day goes the quickest, My favourite lesson that I have is music as I play the electric guitar and I am a music technician which means that I go up to the ...read more.

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All of the way home I pray that I have no homework to do but when I get home and look I find out that I have homework to do. I do this then have the rest of the night to do what I want which usually is watching television before eating dinner which I look forward to every night as I know whatever my mum cooks me it will be better than hospital food. After dinner I will probably go on the Internet to chat to friends from school as I can't go and call for them. When I come off the net I will probably watch television or find something else to do like playing a game on the computer. After that I will probably go upstairs to read a book or if I am in the mood do some homework so I do not have to do it the day after. I like to read books before I go to sleep as it relaxes me so I can easily get to sleep, my favourite kind of books to read are action, adventure and crime. My favourite author is Tom Clancy as I find that he puts all three of my favourite genres into one in an exciting and gripping read. I then set my alarm clock knowing that I will regret setting it in the morning but if I don't my mum would probably leave me in bed really late to teach me to set it no caring if I will be late for school. ...read more.

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