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Boogie And Me Essay

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(500 miles walkies)The day was like all other days. Our journey wasn't so long only one month. Three weeks is out. And I can't remember that we done something interesting, all those weeks we spend walking around the coast of Cornwall. It's very nice place for one week after that you think "o my God, how is possible to live with out that? ". After one more week you think that you hate it, because day by day nothing changes. Again water, which you can't drink, rocks, wind and sometimes sun. As you see I am kind of pessimist. But my dog is full contrast to me.He ...view middle of the document...

After sand combing we usually played boogies favorite game - don't blink to sun. 56 Walking throughout Cornwall I noticed that it was just a place for picnickers. Like every place were was pupil of 20th century you can find: bottles, plates, rubbish sometimes alcohol, so everything.The day we passed through Falmouth, which was last village, was Portloe. Charming- I wrote that in a first half of the day and after added - charming city, with repulsive people. 30 I was really tired and I wanted to eat, but " No, we don't have anything to eat!" -Women clasped her hands and shook her head. I tried to explain her, that I am tied and my bog is dieing and " ok, I will phone my sister, maybe she has anything" - she said. Yes !! Finally she made something to confirm that she is a person, not a evil. We had half an hour to get to her sister. At that time I was reading the Seven years in Tibet. If he had found himself in a similar situation he would simply eat the dog. But Boogie is not so tasty. It was two persons in me -1st angel- and he said " don't eat him, he was born for life not for death."And the 2nd evil- "common you want to eat, this is only the dog...." But suddenly I saw a sister, I couldn't believe but now I am sitting here in a warm room and eating bread with milk..."O My God!! I love that live!!!....... "410 words

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