Super Skiing, Super Slush by George

Swishing down the slushy slopes. Skiing fast, wind blowing in my face, cheeks puffing up. Feeling like I’m going to fall at any moment. Seeing the bottom, knowing it’s over, getting ready to go back on the lifts and do it all over again. I met in the café with my friends, talking about how cool the slopes were.

After a long day of skiing, I jumped into a big soft pile of snow and relaxed. I saw my sister walking by. I quickly made a ginormous snowball and threw it at her. She screamed my name and started chasing me. She had lumpy snow on her face and she was still chasing me so I jumped onto my skies and skied to the lift. I was at the top of the mountain and she was right behind me. I skied down the slope and lost sight of her. I skied down to the car where I saw my family getting ready to leave, my sister was next to me and she had a snowball in her hand. She threw it at me. My friends and I were throwing snowballs at each other and at my sister. We had a massive snowball fight and it was a lot of fun.

When we left the slopes we all went to a taverna. There was a huge group of us and after we had eaten, we all went outside and played in the rain. It was a lot of fun. These are the sorts of holidays I like to have: friends, family, fun.

3 thoughts on “Super Skiing, Super Slush by George

  1. Dear George,
    I really liked reading your story because it was just a ‘magnified moment’, but it was also a little bit of just telling us what happened. I also liked how you just started off right away with a ‘magnified moment’.

    Sophia

  2. Dear George,

    The beginning of the story just grabbed me, because of all the describing words that you used. I enjoyed how you told about your snowball fight also, which sounded pretty fun. The blog made me remember a time that my brother and I had a snowball fight, because you used such good imagery. The blog was very interesting and fast paced and I really enjoyed reading it.

    Breanna

    1. Breanna,

      I enjoyed reading this blog as well. I am happy to see you making connections to what you read! Did this blog interest you enough to try skiing sometime?

      Your Teacher,

      Mrs. W

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