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My body clock regularly wakes me before my alarm.  I step outside and see the snow is icy.  The winter day has just begun and the trees are covered in ice shards glistening in the sunlight.  Walking further into the forest I see a small flame, a pile of charcoal – someones deserted campfire.  I cover it with clumps of snow.

My foot kicks up the snow as I walk revealing the lime green grass shoots waiting for spring.  Suddenly, loud creaking comes from the branches of the trees around me and I decide to move on, but it’s too late.

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As I walk through the green, cold, wet undergrowth of the forest I step into a clearing and looked around.  I start staring at this weird thing that looks like a thin sheet of ice, only it looks too weird, unseasonal and unnatural to be in a forest.  A porthole? It glowed, hummed and pulsated a strange cold aura. The air around began to freeze.  With a white FLASH, it blinded me.  For a moment I thought it had disappeared, though in its place lay a little gold speckled pebble shimmering, pulsating light.

100wc …so, as I looked over the edge, I saw…

I was on an important mission delivering medical supplies and pizzas to the whalers whaling wailing whales in Wales.  When suddenly my pizza delivery was intercepted by Pizza Pirates.

The Pizza Pirates came with their noses in the air and their tongues hanging out.  Sniffing the air for pizza they soon discovered there were only Hawaiian pizzas on deck.  Furiously they shoved me off my ship, burnt it a char and threw me towards the plank.  Forcibly they made me walk all the way out to the tip and so as I looked over the edge, I saw my doom.

BTN DON’T PANIC

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When we face a stressful situation, for example, a natural disaster, our brains don’t think properly and we don’t listen and follow instructions.

Kids are better than their parents at dealing with a natural disaster.  This is because kids are more knowledgeable about natural disasters because they have the information fresh in their memory.

The first family lives near a national park. On a bad fire day, fire can spread to nearby houses.  The second family was faced with a cyclone. Both families were underprepared with dealing with the natural disasters.  Families should have a plan in place and these plans should be practiced so that you can remember them.

What can you do to prevent yourself and family from panicking about how to stay safe in a natural disaster?

Why do we panic in a stressful situation even though we could have been through it before?

Nearly every family member can help when they are faced with a natural disaster because everybody counts.

100wc…however, she couldn’t believe what she had done…

 

 

One day Jill decided †o help out her friends who had entered a domino competition. After hours of setting up they finally finished then Jill and her friends started goofing around pretending to flick the dominoes over when Jill accidentally knock over all of the contenders dominoes over it was no surprise but however, she couldn’t believe what she had done then everyone started staring at her hissing booing, and lighting piñata bats on fire and then everybody got up and started chasing her and throwing blue tomatoes at her. In the end she died of fright in the forest.

BTN CAPE TOWN WATER CRISIS

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Cape Town is a city in Africa which is suffering a harsh drought, which has been going on for a while.

Cape Town citizens are only allowed 50 litres of water per day.

The whole city of Cape Town is at risk of running out of water.

Day zero is when Cape Town’s water allowance will go down to 25 litres per day.

Why doesn’t everybody go and live some were else?

How do people live with so little water a day?

That we are lucky for the water we have ,where we live and the food we have because when you think about it we are so lucky to have running taps, unlimited water and lush green parks so think about how lucky you are now so make a change and maybe be more kind to the earth and people alike.

100wc Bridge Sprinkled Pink Daffodil Huge

My “pink daffodils 20¢ each” sign was getting wet, I should have call it a day but then a huge man came up to me and bought all my daffodils for a dollar each and I had at least 300 daffodils left so he payed 300 dollars but something wasn’t right he started sprinkling this powder which was glowing pink. He told me to feed the money to a rabbit then push the rabbit of a bridge and then you will be immortal but the rabbit has to be a pink or else you will perish in the underworld for all of eternity.

 

BTN DISASTER RECOVERY

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When the news stops reporting disasters it doesn’t mean that everything is ok as soon as they stop reporting.

After a natural distracted rebuilding a city from scratch can cost a lot of money.

Builders are sometimes even more vital than medics.

Sometimes the disasters are so big that they affect the whole entire country or continent.

Why does the news stop reporting nearly strait after the disaster?

What was the biggest tsunami?

Now I know that after the reporters report a natural disaster the people of that country or state are still suffering.