She sat by the river, playing with the one pence coin in her hand. She had found it on the walk here and it was good luck to pick up money. The penny wasn’t worth keeping though, instead she kissed the cool copper surface, made a wish and threw it into the river.
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May · 07
Three hours later, the stolen car started having problems, the engine was making strange noises then it died and silence filled the air broken only by Amy’s and Chad’s rushed breathing.
They sort each others hands, clutching fingers tightly as they looked out of the window and saw coming through the dirty snow a number of shambling moving dark figures.
Desperately, they had tried to get away, to survive the threatening plague but luck had run out on them, there was nowhere left to go, so they stayed in the car, holding hands and waiting for the end.
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Mar · 23
Kobi looked up at the post then pointed out the bright green and black insect that was hanging there.
‘Granny! A cricket!’ Kobi called.
‘Huh?’ Granny asked.
She bent down and looked through her huge, thick glasses.
‘No, it’s not. It’s a grasshopper,’ Granny muttered.
Kobi’s shoulders sank and disappointment etched across his face.
Granny moved her glasses up and down, ‘maybe a locust,’ she added thoughtfully, ‘but not a cricket. Too big.’
‘Awww, I really wanted a lucky cricket,’ Kobi sighed.
Granny smiled, ‘We’d have to go out of town to find one of them. Crickets don’t like all this noise.’
Kobi pulled a face.
‘Why do you need luck?’ Granny asked.
‘For the maths test,’ he replied.
Granny took his hand, ‘I can think of better lucky things for that,’ she answered and led him away.
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Mar · 10
She found the four leaf clover whilst walking her dog. Picking it, she pressed it in a hankie and took it home. There after it had dried out, she put it in a small picture frame and placed it on the mantel, hoping it would bring her good luck.