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My Night by Saranekha Saravanan - [708 words]
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TITLE (EDIT)
The Outstanding Day
DESCRIPTION
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[839 words]
AUTHOR
Saranekha Saravanan
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[December 2017]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (9)
A Lovely Adventure (Essays) - [1,159 words]
Awkward Situation (Short Stories) - [134 words]
Internet Friends (Non-Fiction) - [728 words]
My Night (Essays) - [708 words]
My Wished Power (Novels) - [708 words]
The Horror Night (Short Stories) It is sleeping facts and my horror night dream [502 words]
The Lst Ghost Stall (Short Stories) - [348 words]
The Mysterious Night (Short Stories) - [956 words] [Mystery]
The Professor (Short Stories) - [900 words]
The Outstanding Day
Saranekha Saravanan

 “Wake up! You’re going to be late for school if you don’t wake up right now!” screamed my mom.
“NO Way, I’m going to sleep a little longer!” I said
After about three hours, I woke up and saw the time on my alarm clock and realised that I am late for school. I ran to get my uniform and rushed to the bathroom to take a bath. I woke to find out that I have slept in the bathroom too. Then I quickly went to the dining table and pour myself a glass of milk. Then I my mother came and said that it was a serve me right not for getting up early and got up late.
I apologised to her and promised to always wake up early next time. My mom forgives me and told me to walk to school because the bus had left two hours ago. I asked her why can’t I use my bike but she said that it is under repair. I asked her for how long would it be under reparation and she told me that if I continue to chit-chat here. I would be even later for school. So I quickly ran to school in the fastest speed I could even go to reach school. Later, at the zebra crossing I saw an old lady carrying lots of heavy bags filled with groceries and stuff.
 I didn’t know what to do. I wanted to help the old lady but I’m late for school. I decided to help the old lady instead and helped her to carry her bags to her home. The lady apologised for making me late for school but I said it was alright. The lady gave me box of delicious cakes and I put it in my bag and rushed off to school. While I was running to school saw an old man begging across the street. I pity him and gave the box of cakes the old lady gave me. I also gave him 50p and rushed off again.
Later I saw a boy crying. I went to the boy and asked him why was he crying and he replied because a group of bullies had popped his balloon and kicked him. I gave him some money to buy a new balloon and I also gave him a two piece of chilli to put in the bullies mouth if they bullies him again. He thanked me and rushed off to buy himself a new balloon and I rushed off again to school. While running I saw a shocked looking woman and I asked her what had happened and she said that her hand bag had almost been stolen.
She said that she was just walking out of the bank and two men came and almost snatched her bag. I gave her a pepper spray to keep in her bag and in case a snatcher came, just spray the spray. She thanked me and gave two bundles of $ 1000. I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t want the money at first but she just gave it to me and walked away. I was glad that she was happy. I put the money in my bag and rushed off again. When school was coming near I saw a teacher lying on the kerb. I went to her a realised that she has fainted. I quickly called the ambulance using the public phone and she was send to the hospital.
The doctor said she needs to do a treatment for the teacher and needs $2000 for the treatment. I took out the money from my bag and gave it to the doctor and I rushed off to school again. I pity the teacher and hope that she got better soon. I reached school and at the school gate, I saw an old man begging for money. I didn’t have anything to give at all. All I have is 5p which is good enough and I gave it to the old man. I went into the school and into my classroom. My teacher came to me and asked why I was 5 hours late for school and I replied that I had helped a lot of people along the way over here.
  My teacher didn’t believe me at all and told me to write lines. I must write 5 thousand times. Then there was a knock on the classroom door. The old lady that I helped came to offer some cakes and fruits to me and the first beggar came to give me 90p. The boy came and gave me the balance money from the money I gave him. The lady came to give a basket of juicy apples and the teacher gave $2000 to me. The beggar that was at the school gates gave me $12. My teacher was so surprised and said that I was a good example of caring person and he cancelled my punishment and made me a perfect. That day was the best day ever.

 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2017
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