A family of three

Posted by CharlieG in 100wc | 3 Comments

Once on a stormy Tuesday evening a family  was sat in there living quarters by a charcoal lit fire. burning a load of old photos that were just sat up in the attic for about 7 years. suddenly they heard a knock at the door the father of one opened it he gazed in shock as his cousin hanging from rope in the door then a bright white light flew through the doors and into the bedroom. ‘SMASH’ came from the bed room don’t know why but they entered the room. and that’s how they became bollards for life and never moved again.

3 responses to “A family of three”

  1. Mrs Dibben says:

    Very impressive Charlie, you lulled me into a false sense of security with the idea of a family cosying up to the fire. I like the use of expanded noun phrases.

  2. Kate Wilson says:

    Wow Charlie. Was someone really cross about them burning the photographs I wonder?

  3. Mrs Addleton says:

    Charlie, you really impressed me with the way you tried to describe, in detail, the setting for your story. I was at a loss how the blog was going to relate to the stone family until the end and it made me smile when you had the characters, who were all cosy by the fire, suddenly turned into bollards! I think a bit more attention with punctuation and selecting the right homophone for their/there could make your blog even more enjoyable to read next time.
    2 house points
    Mrs Addleton

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