On Friday I was with my Sister walking to room six class, She dropped me and she said ‘‘Bye!,’’ and I went to my class. My teacher ‘’Ms Kyle’’ told us to line up one row when I was about to eat my morning snack.
We walked a little rushed and ended up running because we’re always late! While we were at church, two of my friends were blocking the holy water when I was about to say, ‘’Hi,’’ but they were acting like strangers.
I was in the middle of the line and I knelt down and did the sign of the cross. After doing that I sat at the end of the long chair and it was REALLY LONG. I couldn’t practise because of the interview. I wished my luck and sang with the people. After singing hymns, my priest, Father ’’ Iosefa,’’ did the Homily and the Body of Christ plus the blessing of Jesus.
So after all of the church things we all went outside and two of my friends dug up a big box that was locked but someone opened it. It was old pictures with someone with their classmates. I was wondering what happened but after all of that we went to my class and Ms Kyle said that we could do anything. She also said that we could eat our food, so I ate my food in class including lunch.
When the bell rang, we played football with the big kids and when the bell rang again, I brought my water bottle and hat and sat down. Mrs Bullot put me in a group and we went to Mrs Kyle. My leader gave Ms Kyle the points card. The game was to hit the ball with the bat and run to the first hoop, only for Room one and two.The second hoop was for Room six, seven, and eight.
I was fourth in line, when it was my turn, I hit the ball and it went to a hole but was not stuck and I got three points. But one of my friends in my team broke the bat by accident, Ms Kyle said for us to use our hand. That was really hard but someone was walking to us and got us a plastic hard bat. The bat we used before the plastic bat was table tennis. Our group names were also Irish about food or a thing in Ireland.
I had a great day, it was the most unique Saint Patrick’s day and one hundred and seventy fifth Jubilee. We also have not had Saint Patrick’s Celebrations in three years! Here are photos of what happened on Friday Mass and Sunday!