Pitter patter, pitter patter! The rain did not stop for four days. The rain was very, very loud. The water splashed as I ran across the smelly, brown disgusting water. Asher, Henry, Uki, and Dad were excited and laughing because someone was running across the river.
I was very excited to go back to school because the sun was shining and I could see my friends.
Pitter patter, pitter patter! The rain did not stop for four days! It was everywhere and water was everywhere and it was flooded! Rain was so loud and people were talking so loud because it was so heavy and the water felt dirty, wet and cold. It smelt fresh, damp and musty. It tasted like eating everything in our cupboard and rain on the tip of my tongue.
It’s good now because the sun is out and we can have more fun. I play handball in the morning and at lunch and after school. I can do rugby training because it’s not flooding.
Pitter patter, pitter patter! The rain did not stop for four days! Our town was flooded. So many people were talking about it! It felt so different and I couldn’t hear myself talk. I couldn’t even hear the movies. I had to turn the volume up to 100! Luckily I got a new TV and it is bigger than the last one.
I got sick! When I got back to school there was only six people in my class. In the news a house was floating in the water and there were fallen trees all over the place.
I can’t believe I made it through that fiasco! But not all of my friends are back at school yet. I kinda liked the floods but I’m happy that it is back to normal.
Pitter patter, pitter patter! The rain did not stop for four days! It sounded like thunder but worse. It filled up the oval with brown stinky water. I couldn’t go to school for two days. The youth centre driveway near the beach was all flooded. The beaches had all foam because of the flood water.