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Autobiographical Anecdote.

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Autobiographical Anecdote Dancing around on a big fluffy cloud having a picnic with a life size Barbie and having a great time! Life couldn't get much better... "Come on now sweetheart, time to get up now and get ready because you have a busy day ahead of you. Come on," I heard a voice which I immediately recognised as my mum's. I slowly sat up and it dawned on me that my mum had just woken me up and interrupted my dreams which she rarely ever did unless we were going anywhere, I suddenly brightened up. Maybe we were going to go out today and visit the zoo or go to the shops to buy myself some new toys! "Mummy, why have you got me up? Are we going out today?" I questioned my mum eagerly. Mum didn't answer me but instead told me to go and brush my teeth, which I did. When I came back mum handed me my clothes for the day, except these clothes weren't ones that I had seen before and I certainly hadn't chosen them. They consisted of the usual knickers and socks but then there was a horrible blue top with a dark blue apron type dress, which I later found out, was properly known as a tunic. I was puzzled by now because I had never had to dress up before when we went out! ...read more.


I asked with slight concern. "Oh, until the end of the summer term in July." July! I wasn't sure when July was but I knew that it was very cold at the moment so it was ages away until summer came and Christmas and Easter came before the summer and neither of those had happened recently! Mummy was going to leave me in this big building until July! I turned round to face mum and started to beg here not to leave me here but she just pecked me on the cheek and said goodbye! I was on the verge of bursting into floods of tears but it was then that I figured out why mum was leaving me here. She had had enough of my crying and was bored of e now so now that she had my baby bother she didn't need me any longer sp she was getting rid of me! Maybe if I didn't cry the other lady would tell my mummy and I could go home. It made sense, so I didn't cry and instead gave a small smile to the lady. She smiled back and took me over to the other girls and boys and introduced them to me. She told us that we could go outside and play for a little while. ...read more.


WE all went back inside and the lady went as red as a beetroot and told us how we could never do anything like that or we would never go up from her class! This silenced us. Then she sentenced us to pages of sums while the other children got to do finger painting! After what had seemed like weeks (actually it was about 5 hours), we were told to stop working and all the children went to the middle of the room. When we got there Sophie and I stood stock till in disbelief! There were loads of mummies standing in the room and right at the front was MY mummy! I ran up to her straight in to her arms and said, "Mummy, you came back! I'll never ever cry again! That's why you returned isn't it because I haven't cried since you left me!" "What are you talking about? You do talk a lot of nonsense! What made you think I wasn't coming back?" Mum asked me. "I don't know but you've never left me all alone before so I thought you were throwing me away because I cried too much!" Mum looked at me for a second and then started to laugh. "Don't be silly, of course I wasn't throwing you away! Now let's go home and we can watch some television together and you can tell me all about what you have been up today!" ...read more.

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