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A Life in the day of......... Its 06:45 and my mobile phone alarm make's the worst noise that you could ever imagine. Using it as an alarm clock is the only thing that it is useful for, the rest of the time it takes all my money off me. All phones do it, and guess who gets in trouble for the bill. Anyway, after I finally find the button to shut the dam thing up, I usually moan till 07:00, about how it is 'too early', and that I should not still have to be going to school. I'm getting bored of wearing the same uniform, and listening to the same squabbles going on from the day before. At 07:00, I stumble across the landing, walking passed my mums and dads bedroom, hearing the loud snoring coming from my dad. It's weird, because you never really know weather you snore yourself, unless someone tells you, but then they might be lying. I know that my dad's snoring annoys my mum, because she is always seems to be woken up by him. I don't know how she sleeps, it must drive her mad, and being a light sleeper probably doesn't help. Getting in the bathroom is an easy thing for me in the morning, as my dad and sister are usually still asleep. ...read more.


I don't really like coming into school, because it's the same everyday, but then I don't have a choice, so I make the most of it whilst I'm there. This means I get to know people and make friends. The fact that I have to learn doesn't appeal to me at all! I go to the Bishop's high school in Boughton, Chester. I live in Hoole, which is also in Chester, so I'm not that far away from the school. I can't really give my opinion of my high school it's no different from any others. Like every other high school it's a building where you have to go to learn compulsory work that you hate. It's a coincidence that the compulsory subjects are the ones, which nobody likes. I'm just glad that when it came to choosing my GCSE's, I got the chance to drop a few of the subjects that I didn't enjoy. In form room I sit by my friends. One of which is my best friend Fiona. I like having Fiona as my best friend because I can to talk to her about anything, and I know that I can trust her. She also gives me good advice, and sometimes there's an awful lot of it, this doesn't mean that I don't appreciate what she has to say. ...read more.


Now I walk home with my friend Fiona. She comes back to my house some nights for a chat, and then her dad picks her up later on. Most of my nights after school involve doing my homework, and nothing else, but I don't think that really matters, because I don't have any friends to hang out with where I live, and I'm glad that I don't. Most of the kids where I live hang out till all hours, just causing trouble, so I don't get involved with them. If I am not doing my homework, then I am mellowing in my games room, spending some time doing what I want to do. At weekends I help out around the house and earn my pocket money. Usually I help my dad in the garden. We came up with a great idea one day that we were going to extend the pond, so that we could have bigger fish, and so that my dad could show off his new waterfall. We are still in the process of making it, but it's going to look great when its finished. Some weekends my friend Fiona invites me down to Llangollen with her and her dad. Llangollen is a great place, with loads of funny people that have the most amazing personalities that I have ever known. I wish that there were a lot more people like them about, always keeping a smile on your face!!! ...read more.

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