A small book about a kid on his winter recess. Written in poetry form.
I woke up this morning, and looked out my window at all the snow.
It was beautiful, and refreshing. I felt by playing in it there was a lot of joyful experiences that I could know.
As I looked at it I was glad that we was on our winter recess.
The thoughts of playing in it was filled with a lot of bless.
Before I could play in it I had to eat a hearty breakfast, take my vitamins, and drink my orange juice which is filled with vitamins C.
I have to also dress warmly so that having a bad cold was something that couldn't find me.
As I continued to look at it I remembered last year when I was playing in the snow.
I remembered how my parents balled me, and my friends out for throwing snow balls at passing cars, and people that we didn't know.
Telling us that it was not having fun, but that it was being disrespectful made us felt very low.
This year I know what's having fun is all about as I can joyfully play.
After I put on my winter clothes I grabbed my little snow shovel to help pave our way.
After that me, and my friends can joyfully make a snowman that will help people who come pass think about having a brighter day.
It will be the results of us kids inspiring people as we joyfully play.
This year I'm going to make sure that my snowman's top, middle, and bottom are nicely round.
I'm going to make sure that he's the best looking snowman in town.
A nice big smile, a fancy nose, big beady eyes, a black top hat, a scarf, big black buttons, and a cane that's what will be in my display.
It might be a little hard and tricky. I'm also going to give him arms, and raise one of them so that he can say hi. This is just so that people can smile, and inspiringly go on their merry way.
Yes, this year I'm going to let the thoughts of my happiness be inspiringly felt.
I hope that my snowman can bring about a lot of joy, and happiness before it melts.