My friends are all unique. Are your friends unique? If you wonder if your friends are unique, find out for yourself. My friends are all unique because they are different ages, everyone has distinct personalities, and most of all because my family members are my best friends.
One reason why my friends are all unique is because I have different ages of friends. For example, I have friends that are in 2nd, 3nd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. Which is hard because my friends that are my same age don’t like to play with younger or older friends all the time. But I want to keep all of my friends, no matter how old they are.
Another reason why my friends are all unique is because everyone has distinct personalities. For example, some friends are funny, sassy, kind, loving. Personalities help me decide who I want to be my friend and who I don’t want to be my friend. As I say this I’m realizing personalities are a big thing with my friendships.
Last but not least, one of my biggest reasons why my friends are all unique is because my family members are my best friends. For instance, I have the most fun with my little sister. My brother Aidan and my mom make me laugh. Even though I get mad at my siblings a lot, deep inside I will always love them no matter what happens.
My friends are all unique because they are different ages, have distinct personalities, and my family are my best friends. A famous person named Helen Keller who was deaf and blind said, “Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.” This quote shows that friends are always there for you and make life better. That is why my friends are all unique and I’m thankful for that. What about your friends? Are they unique like mine?
Before J.J. went to bed it was raining like cats and dogs. It sounded like the dogs and cats were crying . It made her feel uncomfortable. Her parents came up to her room, said good night, and gave her a big fat red kiss. In her old raggedy bed. Her dad’s was a slobbery one.
J.J.´s dad put a bucket where a leak was. Then everyone else went to bed. After a couple of hours, the leaks turned into a flood.
Everyone in J.J.´s family woke up, except J.J.. J.J.´s parents didn’t notice she was still in the house. They did a headcount but they realized J.J. was not with them. J.J.´s mom started to cry because she did not know if she was okay. The dad called 911. The police answered and said, “What is your emergency?” The dad said,
“My house is flooding and my daughter is in there,” he said in a stressed voice.
“We will be right there,” the police said while hanging up the phone. The dad told the family the police would be here in a minute.
10 minutes later the police arrived. They parked right by the house. The police ran like a cheetah to the door. The police saw J.J. swim with an octopus face because she was so purple. He tried to break the door down. He looked like he was a gorilla. But the door didn’t budge. He found a hole and made it bigger so J.J. could breathe through it. Right when J.J. was going to breathe through the hole, she passed out.
The next thing J.J. heard was “Beeeeep! Beeeeep!” She was in the hospital. Her parents saw that she was awake.
Everyone in J.J.’s family came in the room and hugged her. J.J.’s parents started to cry. Everyone was very happy. The doctor’s came into the room and saw how happy J.J.’s family was. J.J. was going to be okay.
Before JJ went to bed it was raining like cats and dogs. It made her feel uncomfortable. Her parents came up to her room and said good night and came to her and gave her a big fat red kiss and a slobbery one from her dad. JJs dad put a bucket were a leak was. Then everyone went to bed after a couple of hours more leaks came then there was started to flood….
What do you think of my lead?
What can I do to make it better?
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