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Imagine that you have been asked to clear out a cluttered box or cupboard of old possessions in your bedroom. Write about what you find there and your thoughts and feelings as you do so.

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English Coursework Imagine that you have been asked to clear out a cluttered box or cupboard of old possessions in your bedroom. Write about what you find there and your thoughts and feelings as you do so. Every year this happens, I have to clear out all of my room, so that I have space for all of my new things that I will need for this new academic year, so I have to clear out all my old books that I will need for reference and put it in a safe place and throw out all of the books that I will no longer need. Oh man, what shall start with, erm, well I should start with all the books that need to be chucked away, yeah, that's cool, wait I need music first. Yes that better, okay I won't need my history book because I haven't taken it and my art book, all of that is junk. What have I put in this cupboard? Maybe its mum's stuff, oh well might as well check it out. Just junk, as I suspected, mum's junk, but wait, what's this box? ...read more.

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We don't eat breakfast or even dinner together as a family. Everyone just eats when they are free and as soon as they are done they wash their dishes and go back to doing what ever they were. I can't believe all of this. What is this now? A letter? From who? Only one way to find out, I'll open it. Oh my gosh, just looking at the handwriting, its granddad's. Nanabapa? But he is passed away, it can't be from him, but yet it seems to be, oh I wonder what he has written, but what if it wasn't meant to be for me? I will just peak and se the name if it isn't for me I won't read it. Oh god, it's for me! It's for me? It's for me! Wow that is it now I can open it fully, God my hands are shaking. Here it goes ' To my dear granddaughter Rina, How are you my cup cake? You must be a young lady now. I wish I were here to see you. ...read more.

Conclusion

You, and your mum, and dad, Baa, and Mala. As I used to live away from London, all the way in Bolton, I never got to see you and Mala as much as should I have, and for that I am really sorry, but I do love you very much, how can I not, two great kids like you. But your not kids anymore, your all grown up, but that doesn't matter to me, because my love for you is everlasting. I will miss you very much. And remember, you and Mala have to look after Baa, your mum and dad. And I love you very very much Lots and lots of love Nanabapa. xxx Oh my god, I can't believe it, it's real. I don't know what to say, should I show mum, or dad or someone? I don't know, it didn't say anything in the letter, but what if I wasn't supposed to tell anyone, I don't know, what to do. This is granddads and mine little secret until we meet again. Oh man, really must get going I haven't even started yet, if mum sees this she will flip! ...read more.

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