It was in the middle of the winter when I was sent off to my Grandma’s house. To be honest, I really haven’t even met her before. The moment I saw her wrinkly face, I knew that there was absolutely no way we were related, but whatever. I wandered into my room and was about to go to bed when I found this small door in the corner of the room. I wanted to open it but I needed a key. I went to bed for the night, but in the morning I took a walk in the yard and found a little pile of frosted leaves. Right by the leaves, I found a key! Obviously I went straight back to my room and tried the key on the door, and it worked! You won’t believe what I found on the other side…
Once I figure out how to get a taxi when I’m only 11 years old and living by myself on the street, then I’ll be able to travel out of this city and run into the very yellow sunset. I am very short on money though so that kind of takes away all of the excitement that comes with this journey. There is another option that is available, running away to a giant waterfall. Maybe I could even find a big, heavy fish that will be impossible to carry. I should probably start saving up in money before I even start to fantasies about anything.
After releasing many best-selling books last year, Robert had a big crisis. He knew he needed to come up with more ideas for more books. Although there was a lot of pressure on Robert because these books couldn’t be ordinary, they had to be just as good as the books he released last year. People were wanting more and more books from Robert but he just didn’t have a story to tell. Robert spent every day and every night sitting at his desk and trying to think of ideas but would always fail. “It’s not like last year”, he thought.
This is my vision board for 2022. If you can’t read it, it says that I want to travel new places, finish the book series “Cherub”, watch the movie “Countdown”, continue to get all A’s in school, and get better at softball. I also included a quote that says, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving”- Albert Einstein.