Tag Archives: Juvenile writing

Found in The Old Briefcase

Yesterday’s art lesson with the children prompted one of them to make enquiries of me. Did I enjoy painting when I was little? The question sent me rooting through my Papa’s old briefcase (Briefcase 1, Briefcase 2, Briefcase 3) where … Continue reading

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Porthdinllaen – Episode 2

This was written by our eldest (age 11). Beach Holiday I was getting into bed. It was late, I had been at church since 4:30-10:30 at Kids Alive and Kinetic. As I took my socks off, I noticed sand in-between my … Continue reading

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Tuesday, Wednesday and a Story

I’ve stopped the youngest having riding lessons for the winter.  She’s doing really well but I felt that we’re neglecting our own dear equine.  With the short winter days around the corner, I reckoned more time needed to be made … Continue reading

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This I found

I just found this document saved in a file on the computer. WHAT I WANT TO BE FOR GOD God knows me. I am Josiah R*******. I am 11 years old and some people say that I’m tall for my … Continue reading

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The old Briefcase unfolds more

I’ve found a folder with some choice pieces of work from school when I was 12.  This piece of descriptive writing was from an exam and I kept it because I was pleased it earned me 38 marks out of … Continue reading

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Profound Poem!

Just found a very profound poem made up by Ruthie when she was probably about 3.  It was amongst the old files on the old computer. Puzzle Pieces Two little blue ones lying on the floor I picked them up … Continue reading

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With Josiah’s imagination:

Inspired by the quarry. A Young Smuggler’s Night I was ten years old when my Father took me on my first smuggle.  It was a cold October’s night.  Up the steep track went the little golf buggy engine roaring like … Continue reading

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