The painter sat in-front of all his paints and pencils, textas and crayons. But the problem was, that he didn’t know what to paint and it had started to worry him, because the king Dombom, himself had asked him to do a portrait to go in his throne room.
THE NEXT DAY…
Knock! Knock! “Come innnn,” called the painter to his mysterious visitor. “It’s locked,” replied a raspy, cold voice. “Uh,” the painter sighed. The painter left his nearly done painting of the king and went and opened the door. “Oh, it’s you grandma , I need to show you something”……
I could not add this in but really wanted to say that the painting went missing and it is all up to a few heroes to find out where it went..
Write 0.17 as a fraction.
It was late at night, around about twelve, I heard a strange noise and a rather loud click. And then the noise stopped, it was an on and off thing and it was keeping me awake so I decided to investigate. My two friends slept quietly in there beds next to mine. the dorm went quiet then I heard and extremely soft click that made me want to follow it. So I did….
“AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!”I screamed as it chased me down the corridor. “Miss what do you think your doing out of your bed at this time?” The thing had dissapered…..
16. [Units of measurement]
How many meters in height is the Statue of Liberty (New York) if it is thirty times the height of a 154cm person?
Where I got some Information:
Alexandre Beaudoin was born in Drummondville, City of Canada, February, 1978. He is 35 years old.
He has one wife (Ame`lie), and four kids known as Thalie, Elric, Marek and Liam.
He got his Bachelors of Science in the year 2000, for Microbiology and Immunology at University of Montreal.
He joined the Surete` du Québec in 2000. The Surete du Québec is the police force of the Canadian Province. But his job was a special latent fingerprint development specialist, and he worked in the lab of Identification services.
After 3 years of working as a latent fingerprint scientist he became a forensic researcher in the identification lab at Surete` du Quebec. During the time Alexandre worked there he kept his Masters of Science in Health Technology Assessment and Management of the Medicine Faculty at these universities: University of Montreal, University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Universitat International de Catalunya which is located in Barcelona and Universita` Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milano, Italy.
During the year 2007 Alexandre helped organization the 30th Canadian Identification Society Education Conference in Montreal. It has become a well-known event in Canada with all the scientist that specialise in forensic identification.
From 2008-2009 he was the president of the Canadian identification society. The Canadian identification society is a club for the professional forensic investigators. In the year 2010 Alexandre became the president founder of the Association Quebecoise de Criminalistique.
He has published lots of books, including seven that are about new ways to remove latent fingerprints on porous things or surfaces. It’s called the oil red O. He is also an educator at the University of Montreal and the University of Concordia. He is also a well-known member of the International Association for Identification and is a lucky recipient of the recognition award for creativity and innovation for his work on the oil red O, he received this award in 2007.
The deserted island looked scary and lonely I sat on the lonely sand and wrote a letter to someone, with a bottle sitting next to me, empty and dry. It was a letter in a bottle. A letter of hope. A letter of help. A letter of escape. A letter of fear. A letter of dreams. Dont ever give up, help is on the way and If you send a message to someone, it could mean the world the world to them. I hope you know that you are not alone there are 100’s like you out there. Were sorry… 🙁
Three quarters of the 12 farms breed cattle. How many farms breed cattle?
Reading the topic for this weeks one hundred word challenge…remembering… made me think of the first time I watched; Story of my life, by One direction. It made me think of all those times I had with my family that I will never get back, it also made me cry because it reminded me of the time my loving, granddad died and brought back happy but long gone memories.
Right now when I am typing it I am aching with all those funny, fun, fantastic memories of my life. Like the time when I first got up on a water ski.
15. [Number patterns]
2, 10, 17.23, 28, 32, 35.