I asked my father if I could paddle out to sea in a little boat. He said, “Maybe when your older son.” I really wanted to do it! One day when dad wasn’t home, I used my imagination and then I asked myself, “How did this happen?”
I went straight to go tell mum to have a fantastic sleep in because I had something huge to tick off my bucket list. Mum listened to me but only because she went to bed at 5:30 am. (½ an hour ago.) So I unscrewed the bath and put it outside. I filled it up with ice cold water, got a life jacket and a paddle. I started to paddle.
I was paddling as fast as I could and then thats when I asked myself, “How did this happen?” With my awesome imagination I was in a real boat and right in the middle of the sea. How was I supposed to get back home? I said, “Well, I’ve ticked that off my bucket list!” I thought and tried to think of a way back home. “That’s it I said!” “If I stop using my imagination then I could probably get back home.” I stopped. I had arrived back home. Mum was still in bed so that gave me enough time to put everything back the way it was. “What an adventure I said to Mum.” She had no idea what I was talking about.
One day I used my outstanding imagination and I was in the middle of the sea in a little boat. I really wanted to do this but dad said no. So with my imagination I tick this off my bucket list. I had to put on a life jacket, get a paddle, unscrew the bath and fill it up with ice cold water. I got back home and I told mum about my awesome adventure but she had no idea what I was talking about because I had told her to have a fantastic sleep in. “ Now I’ve thought of something even better to use with imagination!”