December 13, 2010
The 11 stories this week are written by students with the Halifax Community Learning Network (www.hcln.ca). HCLN is part of the Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning and offers programs at the Captain William Spry, Halifax North, Keshen Goodman, and Spring Garden Road branches of the Halifax Public Libraries.
The story below was written by Heather Kinkaid, from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Heather is enrolled in literacy classes at the Keshen Goodman Library Adult Learning Program.
My friend just ordered out a hamburger and onion rings. I had money out of my purse. Then we waited for my supper.
A few minutes later the power went out. My friend lit the candles. It was dim enough to eat supper and to see the house. Soon the guy came with our food. Then we ate our food. Later we got ready to go to my friend’s house. We brought lots of stuff we needed. I brought my pajamas with me. We went by taxi. There was power at my friend’s house.
When we got home the power was on. We had a lot to put away. And not too long before we had to go to bed.