Sunday, January 19, 2014

Crime at the Guggenheim Part 7 The Return of Olympia's Dad!

The very same day…

BOOM! Olympia was injured. She broke her leg. She was screaming all day. At last the ambulance came. A boy came outside with a bed and put Olympia inside. She went into the ambulance crying with pain. She closed her eyes and slept.

But the doctor forgot to close the back giant door so Olympia swished out of her bed and she found herself lying on the ground doing nothing. She stared at the cars that passed by. She looked at the children eating some biscuits and they had a gallete. They were smiling because they had everything they wanted. After a short while, Olympia gazed through the sunshine light and she saw a really neat gentleman with a diamond watch and rubies inside with emeralds. She remembered his face from somewhere, but she had forgotten everything because of that horrible drama. The man looked at her closely to. He had an I-know-who-that-girl-is grin on his face.

It was as if they were in a staring battle! The man walked past the bakery and got Olympia up. His car was near so he and Olympia got into the car. He drove as fast as he could to his house. She was wondering who could that man be. For no reason the man stopped at a 3D giant thing. It was the spooky Guggenheim! (Actually, it's not spooky but she calls it spooky.) He was standing against a fence with a girl called Sabrina. They were arguing about stuff and more stuff about his work. He worked at the Guggenheim. But what else could happen? She was wondering and wondering WHO that man was. But then… "Beaunoir."

6 comments:

  1. Beaunoir... I'm focussing... very mysterious!

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  2. maybe "Beaunoir. means the red wine grape.

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  3. Beaunoir. Hmmmmm. I don't know.

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    1. Maybe it means beautiful black or dark because beau is in french means beautiful and noir means in colour black or normally dark.

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  4. Or the man's CALLED Beaunoir but it's not really expected.

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