Thursday, December 28, 2017

Women at Work - Bonus Activity

Hello Blogging world! Both Women and Men severed in WWII. Women signed up to be nurses for the wounded men. And the men trained to be soldiers. My Nana Dorothy was one of those nurses. She was working on a big red cross medical ship. 

For this activity we have to write at least 6-8 sentences about a short story that Dorothy experienced. Here is what she experienced.

 One day you are walking along the deck of the ship when you hear a loud bang. You start to run as you see smoke coming from the far end of the ship. You run towards the room where your patients are waiting to receive treatment from the doctor. Just as you arrive at the door to their room you hear another loud bang and you…Now it is my time to finish her story.

Dorothy and the Loud Bang!
Just as you arrive at the door to their room you hear another loud bang and you call out, "Does anyone know what is happening?!?" All the nurses frantically turned their heads in horror not knowing what to do. Just like a train every nurse grabs a wheelchair for every in pain patient. All the patients line up nears the massive windows to see what is happening, Dorothy slowly tilts her head up and boom! A bullet went through the other window. The furious ocean began to bump up and down. The ship began to shake and everyone trying to evacuate when Dorothy stays there, in the ship with the sick patients trying to help them. Ka Boom! Everyone gasped they lost one nurse and all of the 18,000 wounded patients. What now?

There was my story finisher. I hope you have liked my story that I wrote. Please feel free to leave a comment this story was over 8 sentences but I enjoy writing that is why. Bye! Bye! Blogging world!


  1. Hey Amie,

    Woah, that was so action packed, I’m loving how descriptive it was and you even used onomatopoeia! Maybe you could add on to the story by writing a sequel since it kind of ended on a cliffhanger.

    Dorothy was so brave I thought it was incredible that she stayed behind to help the wounded. I’m not sure whether I’d do the same if I panicked. What would you have done?

    Toe feiloa’i fo’i,


    1. Hey Cia, I maybe would have ran out of the medical ship because I don't want to risk my life. But Dorothy was really brave in my story. Thank you for Commenting!
      From: Amie


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