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My Lucky Day

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"Ah... What a lovely day
and I had a good sleep last
night," I said. It was a
sunny day. I checked the
time to get ready to go to
school. I took a big deep
breath and felt relaxed.
"Ah, just in time," I said as
I walked to the bathroom
and washed and brushed
my teeth slowly. I
thought it took only
about 10 minutes.
I checked the time again
and it was already 7:05. I
said, "Oh my god! I'm late
for school! I'm dead!" My
teacher would send me to
the principal, as usual.
Then, she would call my
mom. My mom would kill
me. So I rushed
downstairs and ate my
breakfast as fast as a
gunshot. Suddenly, there
was a bus horning madly
outside my house. I
stuffed my breakfast into
my mouth and ran to the
bus.
I ran to a seat without
looking at anybody. I
didn't say, "Hello," to my
mates. They greeted me
but I ignored them. When
I reached my seat, I
looked down and saw
something strange. I
hadn't worn my socks or
shoes! I was wearing
sandals! I said to myself,
"I'm dead!" I wanted to
check if it was a dream so
I slapped my face and
looked at my feet again
but I wasn’t dreaming. It
was real.
When I reached school,
nobody was wearing
socks. I said to myself,
"They are weird. Maybe
they will also get into
trouble," I giggled to
myself. I went into the
classroom. My teacher
looked at my sandals but
he said nothing. I went to
my desk and said, "Good
morning!" to my teacher.
The teacher asked me,
"What did you wear for
Free Socks Day?"
I said, "I wore none. I'm
dead!"
"No, today is Free Socks
Day," the teacher said.
I felt really lucky, luckier
than you can imagine. I
went to recess and played
soccer. I played better
than usual. That day was
my luckiest day.

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