Museum of Me: Untitled
By Juston, Stage 3
They are blue, red, and green. They smell like dirt from all the times I’ve saved goals and the ball was filled with dirt. They feel comfy and protective. They taste rubbery and soft. They are important to me because I practice every day, so that I grow up and become one of the best.
It’s light green, the chairs are black, it smells like a refreshing area where lots of people watch games. It feels like a comfy and relaxing place. It tastes like refreshing drinks, and hot hotdogs. It sounds like people cheering for the teams. It is important to me because now, and when I grow up, I’m going to play on one.
It’s black and white, with a lot of numbers. It smells like fresh air around it, it feels like a refreshing area to sit and learn. It feels like a hard wooden table. It sounds like nature. It is important to me because I love maths and I want to learn more about it.
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