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A Day in the life of ME!

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Introduction

A Day in the Life of... Beeps! Beeps! Bebeep! Bebebebeep! The first noises I hear in the mornings, before I wallop the alarm with a tired fist. A brief feeling of relief washes over my mind; I know that I have eight more minutes of blissful silence, or so I think. BONG! The clang of the grandfather clock down in the hall is what really forces me awake. This is no easy task as I am snuggled up in my comfy bed with gentle light streaming through the curtains... and a noisy so-and-so of a robin who likes to sit on the outer sill, chirpy-chirpy-cheep-cheep. BONG! The clock continues. I am then forced to get up and make the bed. Once the sheets are smooth and tidy, the clock gives its seventh and final chime and I am fully awake. ...read more.

Middle

Within twenty minutes I am dandering along the road as if I have all the time in the world. I see friendly faces in the houses and in the gardens as I go by; my grandmother out pruning the strong smelling rose garden next to her cottage, Irene the post-woman flying from house to house as if in a high speed F1 race. On my way past I stop at Asda to take advantage of their endlessly enticing offers, offering everything from 20% off, to BOGOF (Buy one get one free!). Then I trudge the last hundred yards to school. The bell rings to life... I'm late. The long seven hours of school go by unrelentingly. Then the bell rings to signal the end of torture and I walk home. By four o'clock the weather has reached its third season of the day - Spring, i.e. ...read more.

Conclusion

After watching some of the soaps on ITV, a shower is a refreshing end to a long day. Leaving the mystery novel on the side table I switch off the light, pull up the covers and close my eyes. As usual just as I begin to lose consciousness I realise I haven't set the alarm so I force my weary hand to turn on the light. My eyes burn with the sudden light. Alarm set, checked and double checked; I sink back into the toasty warm silence of peaceful sleep. The day is ended, the dawn is nigh but now I fall asleep with a tired sigh. ......... Beeps! Beeps! Bebeep! Bebebebeep! The first noises I hear in the mornings, before I wallop the alarms with a tired fist. A brief feeling of relief that washes over my mind; then I realise that another long day is ahead of me, once again... BONG! ...read more.

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