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A Day In The Life of a Street Warden

by April | Score: 5150

I will make sure his death is avenged! I can't just let them get away with it! They'll pay for what they did!
All right, another day, another street. I just need to stand here and help people cross. Shouldn't be hard right? Well, it's not. Suddenly, I spotted a clamp hidden beneath a bush. I walked over to pick it up and suddenly heard a baby cry. I followed the voice and saw an idle builder working on the new apartments that were being made. I continued to follow the cries and came upon a quail. It was cute. The way it waddled and walked was adorable. I got so distracted with the quail, I completely forgot about the baby. When I hear its cries again, I stood up and saw a baby in a carriage holding a stuffed rhino. I smiled and realized I had found the baby. I turned to the side and saw an aqua colored umbrella. Suddenly, a passive fisherman passed by and everything seemed to stop. I looked at his eyes and his met mine. I smiled and blushed as he continued walking by. His own umbrella had a quad of birds that were playing the piano. I continued walking back to the street when I spotted a quesadilla restaurant. My stomach grumbled and I decided to go inside to eat. As soon as I stepped inside, someone ran out of the kitchen crying. "I can't believe I lost my job!" he exclaimed. I was sad and wondered why he had lost his job. I took a seat and waited for my quesadilla. 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A death needs to be avenged
Character A patient traffic warden
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a clamp
Letter Use the letter B
Event A baby cries
Character An idle builder
Words Reach 100 words
Prop Include a rhino
Event Everything stops
Character A passive fisherman/woman
Letter Use the letter T
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include a piano
Letter Use the letter Q
Event Someone loses his/her job
Character An immodest astrologer

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