Young Writers: Mrs. Bair juggling eggs
Editors note: The Young Writers feature is a collaborative effort between The Citizen Telegram and Highland Elementary School to publish and recognize a selected writing sample from one student each month of the 2016-17 school year. Young writers typically is published in the last edition each month. October’s Young Writers features a piece from third-grader Sofiya Seeman.
“Oh my gosh! Mrs. Bair is juggling eggs!” I thought to myself.
Before Mrs. Bair juggled three eggs, she juggled two erasers. That did not go so well. One eraser went over Mrs. Bair’s head and the other one went to her shoulder. Quickly, the class was going wild hearing the news that Mrs. Bair was juggling eggs.
I said in a scared voice, “Yikes!” out loud. My face looked really scared! Before Mrs. Bair juggled three eggs, she juggled two eggs, and that went really good.
Then, Mrs. Bair added the third egg. Most of the class scooted back so we would not get covered in yolk. I also just got the outfit I was wearing, and I did not want yellow yolk all over it. So, Mrs. Bair started.
At first it was going really good until two eggs were in the air at once, and Jayden caught the first egg and the other egg went “SMACK!!” on the ground. I said, “Oh no!” but then the egg did not splatter on the ground.
Then, I got the joke … the eggs were hard boiled eggs. Mrs. Bair was juggling eggs because she was practicing for the talent show. “I am ready to see Mrs. Bair juggle eggs for the talent show!” I thought to myself. We all laughed after that.
I think Mrs. Bair needs some work on juggling eggs!
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