110% 100wc Week 3

Sophie was bored. She was at footy training and she always won the ball and was always the star player so she didn’t try.

 

One morning she was woken up by her favourite player, Sabs.

“Wake up! We have a footy game tonight.”

She jumped up and was out the door in a minute. She ran down to the training oval where many people were watching. She hopped over to the coach who shouted,

“You’re late. Do two laps and then join in with the rest”

 

Sophie kicked the ball, fell over and then the crowd erupted with laughter. She woke up in a sweat she realised she that it was just a dream. After that she knew that she still need to put in 110% to be the best.

 

 

 

 

 

100wc- sprinting, diamond, book, upset, lost

 

“Grandpa,” Rachel said in a whiny voice, “What’s this book?”  The man woke up from his nap with a jolt. He beckoned the small girl over to sit on his knee and opened the dusty, old book that he thought he had lost. He remembered the wedding like it was yesterday, although it was his diamond anniversary last year.

The wedding ceremony was as beautiful.  Afterwards, he remembered sprinting into the bushes with his wife on his arm. He looked into the child’s eyes and was too upset to bare. 

“You look so much like your grandma,” he said with a gentle smile.          

100wc ‘I’m trying to hold on,’ he shouted-Week 8

“How many times do I have to say, move over your in my face” I say.

Jack’s in my face and not getting his big, buffy head out of my face. I move over and now, I’m only on half the seat. I try to move back over but I can’t, suddenly he jolts forward. His knees are together.  Holding his hand in the other as tight as can be.

‘I’m trying to hold on,’ he shouted. He needs to pee. We stopped 10 minutes ago. His face is bright red. I turn my head to the side trying not to look.

Forty Meter Jump Again-100wc

My legs were quivering  and I saw that Luka and Will were shaking  too. The rusty, worn down fence had a hole in it. We took no notice of the sign, as we squeezed through  the metal cut. The fall looked like a forty metre jump, but of course, it was my mind playing with me. Luka looked over at me and I knew what he was thinking, “You go first!” Will gave me the same look. I took a step closer, just like a bird on it’s first flight, but before I could be that graceful bird, Will pushed me into the deep depths of the lake…  

Forty Meter Jump 100wc

My legs were quivering  and I saw that Luka and Will were shaking  too. The fence had a hole in it. We took no notice of the sign, as we squeezed through  the metal cut. The fall looked like a forty metre jump, but of course, it was my mind playing with me. Luka looked over at me and I knew what he was thinking, “You go first!” Will gave me the same look. I took a step closer, just like a bird on it’s first flight, but before I could be that graceful bird, Will pushed me into the deep depths of the lake…      

The Never-Ending Tunnel

Once you step into tunnel, you’re in the endless road to nothing. The door shuts and there is no way out.  Trust me, I know what it’s like. Every week, there is a train. You only get one chance. The train will be packed with food, blankets and other necessities that you need to live. The only desperate thing is that the train isn’t as slow as a snail when you need it to be. If you need the train because you’re cold or hungry, it will go as fast as a blink of an eye. It’s gone and you’ll have to wait another week.

There are other people in there but all you can hear are whispers, and the worst thing is you can not see them at all. The people in there call the tunnel “The Never-ending Tunnel” and the train “The Death Train” because it’s very rare to catch up to the train and you waste all your energy by chasing the train that you’ll never get your hands on. So trust me when I say, don’t go through the Never-ending Tunnel!!!

100wc-Week 9- Dame Nellie Melba- Mary MacKillop

Dame Nellie Melba

Nellie’s singing and humming around the house use to drive her dad crazy. But she always wanted to be a professional performer. She sailed to Europe to chase her dream and became the greatest opera singer in the world. She was wealthy and raised enormous amount of money for charity.

Mary MacKillop

Mary MacKillop is Australia’s first saint. She had a dream to educate poor kids and she stood up against priests for what she thought was right.

Who knew these women could acoplish so much. I never knew they could fly beond the clouds.

Comments-week 6-

Hi Liam ,
Your 100wc was very discriptive for example you made it sounded like the man was very tall.I didn’t think you meant this but it kind of sound like a poem aswell as a story.
Good job!!!
From Erika

Hi Soph,
You did an amazing 100wc.
I liked how you used a light struck and you made that very intresting and you made it quiet sudden. You could just re-read and make sure your 100wc has correct spelling and punctuation.
From Erika

Hi Thomas,
Your 100wc was very intresting but fast. You also made the first paraghrape about war but then you made into a robot story it was a bit confusing.
But after all it was an amazing 100wc!
From Erika

 

Look down 🙄

I was there at the airport but no one I new was there execpted Millie for some reson. Millie helped me through this hard time I was going through. I hop over to her but then my foot falls to the ground and I start to walk. I hug her as tight as I could. We walked over to a gate without going through security.

A lady with a very strange, fake fur coat was looking towards me and waving but then a man with a suit on went straight through me not even knocking me over. Not even touching me. He just went straight through me. I start to coughf a lot.

 

I forgot about it and went on with Millie who was lining up in the que. Run up to her and take her hand and went side by side dogding people, running past the lady asking for passports untill we land up at the front of the line going in the plane.

Suddenly we move no we fly to the wing on the plane. look down now wer’e in the middle of the air on wing.

I blink again and there i am on a hospital bed  with Millie, my mum and my dad sitting around me.

This is what happens when you have one foot and a cancer in my lungs.

The Red Poppy 🌹 -100wc week 5-

 

As I looked towards the front of the school I saw a bright red poppy sitting there on the floor.It didn’t move in the wind, but it didn’t stay completely still either. Someone had yelled something across the playground so i looked over, but nobody was there. The voice came again, “Get down!!” but still nobody was there. I went back to the poppy and it was gone. I moved my eyes back towards the voice and I saw a man in a uniform with a rifle in his hand. I jumped down behind a sandbag and there I was, in the middle of a battlefield.