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A Day in the Life of

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At roughly seven forty five my dad wakes me up and then goes to work so I then slumber off again. At eight fifteen my mother wakes me up but yet again I still enter the land of nod. Again at eight thirty my auntie rings and I eventually get fed up and get up. I grasp my dressing gown and stagger across the creaky landing into the bathroom. As I walk through to the bathroom the orange light on the neighbour's wall is on, it blinds me, so I quickly get a wash with my goofy flannel. By now I have eventually woken up properly so I quickly dash into my room to get dressed. It is always a problem trying to find my school pants. When I have finished I run downstairs to put my shoes on and have some strawberry crunch for my breakfast. When I have finished if it is my day to wash up I wash but if it isn't my turn I drag my sister out of bed to wash up. ...read more.

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However a good thing about school is breaktime because you can let out all your stress running around playing football. I feel that school goes reasonably slow but I get all hyped up when I get told off for something that I haven't done. The best thing about school is going home because I don't have to focus on my schoolwork. My favourite lessons are business studies because I love working on computers and PE because sport is the best thing in the world. Maths is the worst because I hate the teacher and it is a hard GCSE subject to take. In the future I am hoping that I will become some thing that is based on computers because I have always wanted to become a computer whisked. Maybe a computer engineer so that I could make up my own computer and the main reason is I think that I will become very rich and donate money to charities The clock strikes three forty PM the school bell rings and the teacher tells us to pack away so I cram all the stationary equipment into my bag and walk out of the classroom. ...read more.

Conclusion

I am not allowed to eat upstairs because my dad gets in a mood with me. When I am eating my food the bird fly's over to me and tries to pinch my food and then it eats it but it gets scared and fly's away to pester my dad. When I have finished I go upstairs to play on my computer. I have a wide selection of games but I always play Theme Park World the latest Theme Park game. When it is nine o'clock I turn my computer off so that I can watch the TV. On Wednesday I usually watch TV at seven thirty because the football is on, Manchester United, they always win. Sometimes I watch the TV until my program finishes or my dad comes upstairs and tells me to turn my light out. All in all I think that my life is very good and hopefully I will be accepted in college and I might even be accepted in university when I have finished at college. I am also hoping to get very good GCSE grades in all off my subjects. ...read more.

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