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    Julia's Rotten Day

    作者 Author 插畫者 Illustrator
    吕心月 Cassandra Lui (13)
    德望學校(小學部)
    Good Hope Primary School cum Kindergarten

    字數 Word Count: 0(中) 380(Eng)


    Julia is having a really bad day... One of the worst in her life.


    Firstly, this morning, she accidentally fell in a puddle of mud when she was fiddling with her phone. She was so wrapped up in her game that she didn't see the little rock in her way!


    Then, when she arrived school after a quick bath, she realized she left her whole school bag at home.


    Then, she got into a fight with her best friend Helen because they can't decide whose new bracelet is prettier. 'Of course mines is prettier,' Helen had said, showing Julia her bracelet. 'Of course not! Stripes stink.' Julia retorted, admiring her own bracelet.


    At last, Julia became the laughing-stock of her class because she only received 60 marks in her General Studies quiz. Helen was very mean to her and kept encouraging her classmates to keep on mocking her. Julia was so angry!


    Julia felt horrible. She ran home immediately when the school bell rang. She burst into tears as she sat on the sofa. Her mother came out and patted her back. 'Why are you crying?' she asked, concerned. Julia sniffed, 'I had a really bad day.' Her mother thought. 'What happened?


    Julia told her mum all about her rotten day. 'Oh, Julia. You can actually prevent these little accident!' her mum smiled and began to speak again.


    'If you walk carefully, you wouldn't have fallen into the mud! If you checked everything before you leaved home, you could've remembered to bring your schoolbag!' Julia's mum smiled as she explained to Julia.


    And, if you just let it go, you wouldn't have have to fight with Helen. Moreover, if you revised your quiz seriously, you can get better marks!' Julia's mum said and kissed Julia. 'Now you know what to do, right?' She asked Julia. 'Yes, I do!' Julia grinned.


    The next day, Julia revised her coming English dictation seriously and kept her phone in her pocket while she walked to school. She decided that Helen's bracelet WAS better, and she brought everything she needed to school!


    That day was the best day ever!


    Moral of this story:
    Remember to never give up on making any day the best day ever for you by turning your rotten luck to wonderful luck! :)

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