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Caught In A Thunderstorm

 

Jay and his friends, Harold and Shawna, were flying their kites at the beach. It was a windy and cloudy day. The children were trying to see which of them could get their kite to fly the highest. Before long, the wind grew stronger and the clouds grew threateningly dark. Large drops of rain began to fall on the children's heads.

They quickly brought down their kites when they heard the sounds or rolling thunder. The sound seemed to bounce around the sky, making the children a little scared. The children made a dash for the nearest shelter. Unfortunately, it was quite a distance away. their clothes grew wet with the pelting rain. they were soaked right through to their skins ! Shawna shouted for the two boys to catch up with her. She was heading for the nearest chalet by the beach. By this time, the children could feel the mud in their shoes. Their parents were going to have a hard time washing their clothes and shoes.

Finally, they reached the shelter. Rain water dripped from their faces, down their arms and legs. they waited patiently for the dismal skies to clear.

     
pelting   beating
     
chalet   a holiday house
     
 
 
 

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