Ohh! It’s so boring at my house. The only thing I can do is play with my toys and they’re inside. I’m outside because my mum tells me I have to be. I’ve got two options. One, I can do nothing or two, I can I invite some of my friends over. I make up my mind and call my friends.
I can’t see them yet. ‘Beep, beep, beep’ I hear the sound of their car horn. They excitedly jump out of the car and grab 4 skateboards. “How am I going to ride one of those?” I think. I hope they don’t want to push me while I am sitting on it. How embarrassing!
Then I realise the fourth skateboard has a seat and came with two gloves. I’m not going to be embarrassed after all. My friends all encourage me to have a go. I know that if I am brave enough this is going to be hard, fun and exciting. Am I brave enough?
Woohoo! This is so much fun but when I thought it was going to be hard, I was right. I’m not going to give up ever! I’m near the finish line. “Yes I did it!” I scream, “This is so much fun, I will try to catch up with you on the weekend.” I tell everyone. I can’t wait to ride with my friends again.
My mum calls me in for dinner, I tell my friends I should go. I go to give the skateboard back to them. My skating friends tell me I should keep it because they can see how much I love to skate. I’m as happy as a clown in a circus.
Swish, the wind blows through my hair. Life on a skateboard is swift.