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Sakeji Bush Talk

November 2005 - Page 1


 

Independence Day

On Independence Day I was lonely. Then I came to know more about God. Then I knew the Holy Bible. Then God came into my heart. I was amazed that I started to enjoy reading the Word of God. Then I prayed, God, teach my heart. Then it started to rain.

I was a bad boy. Independence is when I became born again. Independence is one of my best days. On Independence I enjoyed reading the Bible.

~ Lemekani Soko, Grade 3

The Ship that Sunk

It all began on a Thursday morning. Grace, Anita, and Chisha went on board. Away from the shore they went, paddling and paddling. They turned to go back to shore and guess what? They started going from side to side. Wafer kept on getting in and they gave up. Next thing you know, t hey were sinking. It was quite funny how it happened. Their ship was in the water with them and their clothes. They swam to shore and two strong boys with their shorts on and their shirts off jumped in and got their ship. That was how the Sakeji Ship first sank.

~ Chisha Kapumpa and Grace Kabwe, Grade 6

Rainy Days

On a rainy day I like to read and sometimes I like to sleep or sit on a chair and look out t he window. Sometimes I like to sit and drink hot chocolate. It is nice. When I am in bed I like to cuddle up in my blankets. Sometimes I like to play games with my family. Sometimes I just like to sit and talk. Sometimes I like to draw while I'm sitting in the big chair. Sometimes my little brot her forces me to read him a story. Sometimes I like to write in my diary. When it dries up outside, I go out and play.

~ Julie Loudon, Grade 4

I am Like a Tree

I am like a tree
Reaching high up for the sky
Digging my roots deep down into the soil
A tree with fresh green leaves
And smooth brown bark
A tree standing upright
With its branches spread out I am like a tree

~ Thelma Liuma, Grade 6

 

The French Dinner

For our final French oral mark, we had a French Dinner. At five o'clock on the second last Monday of term, the grades 7 and 8 were dressed up and ready to go into the Rally room, which had been transformed into a restaurant called La fine gueule, which means 'The Fine Eatery.' When we were asked in French if we had a reservation, and when we had answered correctly in French, we were guided to our tables by Miss Katrina and Miss Joelle, who were the waitresses. When we were seated at our tables, we were asked in French whether we wanted a drink, and we were told that if we had any complaints, we would have to talk to the chef, who was Mrs. Robertson. We were given appetizers, which consisted of bread with thon au citron on top. After we finished, we had to ask in French for more if we wanted some more. When we were done eating the appetizers, we had to wait for our first course, which was a thick yellow soup called un potage Crecy de Provence. It had parsley in the middle and bits of bacon in it. When we were done, we were given a course before the main, which was a tomato stuffed with sausage mince. We finished it quickly. After that came our main course on our plates was a potato with parsley, carrots and grilled steak. We were given cheese, crackers, and cream cheese when we finished our main course. For dessert we had eclairs with chocolate and a sugar pie with cream on top. The beverages included juice, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. After that we went to our dorms. Since we were unable to finish our dessert, we were allowed to take it to the cold room in the kitchen and eat it later.

~ Wankunda Silengo, Grade 7

Birthday Party

As I walked info the dining room, the first thing I smelled was the food. We sang "Happy Birthday" in the traditional way. I ate most of my firsts with chopsticks! I found it easy, because I've eaten with chopsticks before.

When we were done the first course, we had ice cream and cake. Mmmm, wonderful! My flavour of ice cream was walnut, not that I care for it. Both my pieces of cake were chocolate. I had two medium pieces of cake.

~ Mwenya Puta, Grade 7

Birthday Party

The birthday party theme was Asia. We had an Asian supper of (ice, meatballs and stir-fried vegetables. On our table we had a Panda cake. It was really cute and tasted really good too! Mr. Ronald was the M.C. His name was Fu Manchu and he was a Manchurian warrior. We played a game called, 'This side, that side.' Mr. Ronald would bang his sword on the table and ask the two sides questions about Asia.

Miss Michelle was a chopstick and Miss Joelle was rice. Miss Janette and Miss Andrea were rich Chinese people and Mr. Robertson was their servant. Katrina was an Indian lady. Mrs. Ronald was also a Chinese person. Maybe the next time we have an Asian theme, maybe not everyone should be Chinese. Asia is not only made up of the country of China!

~ Kayla Robertson, Grade 8


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