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Story of my life

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English Literature STORY OF MY LIFE I only have a few memories of my early infancy. The earliest memory that I can remember clearly will have to be when I was three and half years old I had ran out of nursery and went into Woolworth's and my teacher was extremely worried about me. Eventually my mother found me in Woolworth's, now the nursery have got signs on all doors saying "keep all doors shut at all times" so no one can run out of nursery like I had done. My old neighbourhood was mostly elderly, and I was the youngest I did not have any friends on that street but I did have other friends on the next road so that was alright. I had despised my neighbourhood because I did not have any friends on the street. I can't believe all the stuff I had done such as running out of nursery because I am so shy. Many people think that autobiographies are boring and only rich people write them. But I think that autobiographies are very interesting and really good. ...read more.


My mum was worried about what I might do, so my mum had to go to my cousin's house to get the keys and that was ten minutes away. While I was at home I had saw the phone on the stool I had used to have a play telephone and I liked playing with it. I picked it up and I accidentally pressed 999 and the operator had picked up and I was not talking but I was breathing very heavily and then I put the phone down. When that had happened my mum had got the keys from my cousin's house and on her way back home. After I rang 999 I had went into the kitchen then I looked and then I saw the cooker it was on my mum was making tea I saw the flame I just started staring at it. A minute later my mind was telling me to touch the flame and then I did I had touched the burning flame, then I had started crying because it was to hot and my mum came and picked me up. ...read more.


But luckily I was not unpopular I had made friends with nearly everyone except 1 or 2 people I don't get on with. The work we get in our classes are very harder than we got in primary I thought it would have been even harder but people make you want to be scared. When I started high school I was extremely nervous because I was so shy of talking. I thought we were going to introduce ourselves to the class but luckily we didn't. I was scared of doing that but now I am not really shy of talking to my class because I know them proper now. I am not scared of death because I had thought about it, it will feel like you only lived for a minute and that's why I am not scared of death I will just take any thing that comes in my way. When I was little I was absolutely terrified of death because it feels kind of scary but now I am more grown up and you will realise that life was short in the end. ...read more.

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