Archive | August, 2012

The Harry Potter Doom Story

14 Aug

Sorry it’s been so long since I’ve posted. And that this post has nothing to do with cooking. It does, however, have everything to do with Harry Potter and 6-year-olds and silliness and bad guys. You see, I work at a summer camp and get to spend all day every day with an ever-changing group of about 40 6-year-olds. Today, one of my campers asked me if I could write down a story that he made up. “Ameneh,” he asked, “will you please write down The Harry Potter Doom Story when you’re done drawing that rose?” Eager to find out what this story had in store, I said yes. The result was too good not to share, so I made a second copy for myself.

When I was rewriting the story, another camper asked me what I was writing.

‘The Harry Potter Doom Story,” I said.

Covering his ears, he replied, “Oh no, don’t say any more when I saw Harry Potter it was so scary I almost fainted!”

“Okay, I’ll just keep writing.”

“One time I saw this person faint and then her boyfriend was like, ‘Oh my gosh!’ It was so scary. It really happened! Promise.”

Six-year-olds are my favorite. 🙂 I hope you enjoy The Harry Potter Doom Story as much as I did.

The Harry Potter Doom Story

            Once there was a ghost that was invisible that was going around the yard making sure that none of the bad guys steal the people that are buried. Harry Potter was inside the doom house and he went up stairs. He almost got caught by a trap! Then he went outside. Then he was trying to look for the ghost. He caught the ghost. The ghost couldn’t get away. Once he caught the ghost in no time he was dead. Harry Potter buried the ghost and then he tried to figure out what to do with the people who were dead. Once the ghost was already dead, Harry Potter went to get tea by himself. Another guy came and it was a robber. And then Harry Potter took out his magic spell stick and killed the bad guy.

The End

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