Day 5 continued
Looking around all I could see was a box, it had my mum’s name on (Cassie). It was full of letters with writing inbetween, like a story, I started to read …
This is what happened,
“What can I say?” asked the bamboozled child before being led off by a nurse. Can you guess where I am? It is the hospital; for one reason yet I am here for another! I have cancer – as you already know – so I usually cannot leave the hospital until they make sure I am okay – that happens once a month. Yet this is for a different reason, one day at school I started to feel really bad, they sent me home and said I just has a bug. Just as I thought I was better something terrible happened: I started to loose the ability to recognise peoples faces. It didn’t get better, I couldn’t see anyone – it was as if the whole world was full of strangers, I was too shy to ask anyone were they my mum so I waited for her to find me.
So there it is, please help, from Cassie.
As soon as Daisy got this letter she immediately replied,
I know these last couple of months have been hard since you moved to England all my life has seemed dull. My mum says,
“Go and Play … you can’t stay inside ALL day – it’s not as if Cassie was your only friend.” I didn’t get this everyone I knew was because of you. Without you I am nobody. Here is a poem I made for you:
C-Cassie is a wonderful friend
A-Always has time to listen to your problems
S-She always says “Never give up,”
S-Sometimes has problems of her own but puts others first
I-Is that my Cassie I here you say
E-Everything about her is great
Read the first ‘s’, that’s what you have to do right now. I am sorry now I cannot help any more as I don’t know what it is like.
I decided to go and look for mum myself: it would be hard,but I was doing it for her!
Yesterday it didn’t work, I couldn’t find mum and Kelly caught a nasty cold when looking with me. Suddenly, the door swung wide open, it was mum and within her arms was an orphan child, now I know why she left, she couldn’t leave this poor girl to care for herself – I guess the story still carries on about my eventful life!