So here is another story. It’s very short, and I wrote it a long time ago from a story starter, so the beginning is not mine. Hope you like it! 🙂 It’s called One of those days
I could tell that it was one of those days. Nothing seemed to go right all day. I was mindlessly sitting at my desk when all of a sudden the classroom door swung open and there appeared a giant jellybean! Can you believe it a giant jellybean! Well, there I was looking up at the monster, I was really scared. Then it began to speak it said, “You come.” I came obediently (because I was afraid if I didn’t I’d be lunch.) Then, he said to follow so I followed. It ended up that the monster was trying to find the entrance. So I said, “The entrance is this way…Johnny.” He finished for me. “Oh, thank you.” He said. We kept on walking.
A little while later he stopped and asked where the nearest bus stop was and I answered, “Um, around the corner I think. Yeah, around the corner.” He just said okay and kept on walking.
I got so curious I asked, “Where are we going?”
“Your house, of course.” Was Johnny’s answer.
“My house? Why, my house is the other way!” I said.
“Well, then, why didn’t you tell me? He asked.
“Well I didn’t know that we were going to my house.” I answered. As we turned around.
I felt really weird walking down the street with a giant jellybean. I looked at my watch it was 3:30pm time to go home any way.
A few minutes later we had got to my house and I told Johnny to go up stairs and I’d go to the kitchen and get a snack for us I made myself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and Johnny a just jelly sandwich and I got some chips for me (because he didn’t want any) and went up the stairs and into my room. Johnny was looking around in amazement I guess he had never seen some thing so awesome before.
“Do you like my room?” I asked.
“Yes. I have never seen anything like it before!” Johnny said as I handed him his sandwich.
“Andy what are you doing? And who is he?” His mother said as she entered the room.
“He is my friend Johnny and we are eating the snack that I made for us.” I answered.
“Well, he has got to go. So nice meeting you Johnny but I think it’s time for you to leave. See you another day. Bye.”