How Are The Werebears? They've Started Multiplying!
I was trying to get to sleep, but there were riots going on in the street outside. Suddenly, I noticed small Gums werebears appearing all over my floor. I got out of bed, saying, “What the beep?”
“Yes, it’s terrible, isn’t it?” Dad said, coming out of his room and speaking in relation to the riots.
I checked my floor again. There only appeared to be two small Gumses - and on second thoughts, one of them was a big Gums.
I was walking through some rugged terrain in the middle of a town. I was trying to keep up with some other people who were doing this, but struggling. We were instructed by a bloke. He led the group down a slope, for which shoe removal was necessary, then turned to go back up. He said, “If you’ve got your shoes off, you’re going to need them back on.” I hadn’t got round to removing my shoes in the first place, and wondered whether I should bother going down the slope or not.
Katrina (my friend who moved to New Zealand five years ago) and I were hanging out in the shops Brampton / Canterbury one afternoon. She wanted to take a photo of something, and she gave me her camera to hold afterwards. When we left that place, it started to rain, and it was getting late in the day. When she asked me where I wanted to go, I said home, if she didn’t mind. So we set off that way. As we tried to cross a road hastily, I dropped the camera. “Oh no!” I said, but Katrina paid me no heed. I retrieved it. Luckily, it had been in a padded case, so I hoped it was all right.
When we approached the post office, I said that I needed to go there. So I went in. My grandparents were waiting the queue. I realised that I didn’t actually need to buy a stamp, as I had some in my wallet. So I sat down, and addressed and stuck a stamp on the letter I wanted to post. As I left the building, my cousin’s car was parked directly outside, and she instructed me to get in, so she could give me a lift.
(The freaky thing? The following day, I saw my cousin for the first time in six months and I hadn't expected to at all.)