The Beach Dog

Here’s my image for day four of the five-day challenge.


crab

I’m going to be lazy today and use a story Daniel wrote at school this week and a picture Elizabeth drew to go with it.

The Beach Dog

Once upon a time there was a beach dog who lived on the beach. He lived under a sand castle by himself. He loved the beach because it’s fun and he played all day.

One day he met a crab.
“Hello'” said the crab.
“Hello,” said the dog.
“Want to play?” said the crab.
“Yes,” said the dog.

The dog was so happy that he had a new friend.

The crab and the dog played in the water and made sand castles and played in the jungle. It was getting late and the dog said he had to go. “Me, too,” said the crab.

In the morning the dog heard a cry. When he came out the dog saw the crab getting chased by a shark. The dog knew he won’t make it in time.

The dog shouted, “Go away, you mean shark!” The shark went away.

“Thank you,” said the crab.”Can I live with you?”
“Yes,” said the dog, then they lived happily ever after.

The end.


I’m going to nominate Denise at Listen Watch Read Share to take up the five-day blogging challenge. Denise writes awesome book and movie reviews so if you’re looking for some new reading material or a film then check out her blog.

The rules of the Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge are:

1) Post a photo each day for five consecutive days.
2) Attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or a short paragraph. It’s entirely up to the individual.
3) Nominate another blogger to carry on the challenge. Your nominee is free to accept or decline the invitation. This is fun, not a command performance!

I was nominated by Geoff Le Pard  at TanGental.

6 thoughts on “The Beach Dog

  1. Oooh, thanks for nominating me Rachel! I don’t usually take part, but as I am planning on posting a bit more (but shorter posts) I think this might be manageable. I will get my thinking hat on.

    All my stories when I was a child used to end up with everyone being friends and living happily ever after. They are the best kinds of stories!

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