October 28th 2013 11:37 pm
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After my mum finished my diary yesterday the winds got more and more noisy. We could see the trees waving around and things skittering about and then there was a big crash.
My mum ran to the window but everything looked normal so she ran to the front of the flat and then she saw what had happened.
"Josie," she asked, "How did everything fall off my bedside table?"
Josie thought it might have been the wind but she couldn't rightly remember. Mum was pretty sure it wasn't the wind on account of the wind being outside but some of it had got inside Josie's head and she was a bit bouncy so it was actually the wind's fault.
Then my mum looked in the back garden and said, "Uh Oh! It's going, it's going,......................it's hanging on.............it's going....it's gone."
Our favourite fence panel had wibbled and wobbled and finally gave up the ghost so we now have much easier access to next door's garden which is excellent. It was our favourite as it had enough of a hole in for us cats to squeeze through and my mum said that could be why it fell, cats and foxes pushing on it won't have been good for it.
Mum went to work and she said she saw lots of fallen trees and when she went to the park the dogs had so many sticks to choose from to chase but the storm is gone now and we don't really miss it.
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Oh yes, it was the wind that made things fall off your Mum's bedside table. That happens to me sometimes too.
I'd blame the wind too!
Because cats are NEVER naughty!! Purrs Toby