Note From The Author

Ok, this was made up from a dream. I had a dream this morning about this and I have NO idea why. Some reason, I was walking in Alaska, which I also have no idea why, because I live in England, which is nowhere near there, I haven't been to Alaska not once in my life, so its very strange indeed. Although, it may be because I was thinking about the films: 'The Day After Tomorrow, and '2012' before I fell asleep last night. I don't care if it doesn't make sence, I just thought it was a good idea to re-type the dream I had. Hope you enjoy it.


How I Spent My Time In Hell

Chapter 1. Evacuation

'Crunch, crunch, crunch.'

I could hear my footsteps crunching in the snow, desperate to get to the evacuation plane to avoid all the floods that were caused by Global Warming. Alaska was turning into a death trap. Ice crumbled from the high walls of ice, as the snow got slushier and the ice started to become hollow, a flu had hit our country, people were dropping like flies, coming down with the virus, which made them pale, and hungry for flesh. But still, we pushed on.

Soon, we made it to the evacuation site, whereas planned, a small airplane waited for the scared citizens to get onto. My heart sank deep when I read the sign: 'No Pets'.

I was devastated!!

I had two dogs with us, Jak, ((yes that is spelled right: I made it a special name Haha)) the small Parson Russell Terrier which was my dog, and 'Blue', my Nanna's Weimaraner. I couldn't bare leaving them behind for the fate that awaited them!!

Luckily, I had my rucksack with me. I scooped up the small bundle of fluff and shoved him into my rucksack.

Blue, well, he wasn't so lucky. There was NO way I could fit a dog in his size into my rucksack, let alone a Weimaraner.

"What are we gonna do about Blue, Dad??" I asked my dad looking sadly at the blue-ish coated dog.

"Oh. I have no idea… Where's Jak?" He asked me looking around.

"Don't worry, he's in my rucksack." I replied reaching into the bag and stroking the dog inside.

"WHAT!?? You can't put a dog in a rucksack! It will suffocate!" He shouted out.

"Shhhh, don't let them know! And its ok, the zip on the top is un-done and there are also some holes in the side so he can breathe and not over heat." I explained looking around making sure no one heard my Dad's remark.

Good. No one had heard my Dad's comment.

"Come on Nan, Mom, Dad, we're next to get on board.

An army man stopped us and made us look into this stupid eye scanner. It was SO annoying!

"Clear." He said to my Mom as she walked up the steps to the miniature plane.

"Beep." The scanner went as it scanned my Dad's eye.

"Clear." The Army man repeated as my Dad ran up the metal steps and into the plane.



I ran up the steps as fast as I could and ran through the doors into the plane.

I waited at the slid open door for my Nanna, wondering how she could possibly get Blue onto the plane without getting caught. I saw her send Blue around the other side of the plane, where there was an open window that was un-guarded. Luckily, my parents had found a seat at the back of the plane, where the open window was. My Nanna stepped up to the scanner.

"Beep, beep, beep, beep, boop." The machine went. It sounded like it was having a spazz attack or something…

"No good Serge!" The army man shouted over to another army man.

"What? No!" She shouted worriedly getting dragged away by two other army men.

"No!" I shouted from the door helplessly as the plane door slid shut watching my Nanna get carried away by the two soldiers.

I sighed and went to sit next to my Dad.

"Where's Nanna?" He asked me putting the rucksack on the floor.

"S-she got the virus and had to be taken away." I replied pushing past him to get to the window.

"Oh dear..." He said to himself.

I sighed as I looked out of the window. Surely enough, there was Blue. He jumped up the side of the plane, trying to get in through the window. I made sure that no one was looking and dragged him in. I made him lie down next to the rucksack. It was lucky that the plane was the same colour as his fur, which helped him blend in. If it was a different colour, we would have been stumped.

Jak popped his little head out of the top of the bag, waiting for me to give him his biscuits. I slipped him some gravy dog bones and pushed his head down so that no one would spot him.

I got my drink from the side partment in the rucksack.

"We are now leaving." An annoying plane voice said in its robot voice. I cringed at the sound and sighed as I looked out of the window. I could see hundreds of other people that couldn't get on the plane because there was no room or because they had caught the virus.

Suddenly, some of the ice gave away behind them and water started to fill up the gaps in the ice.

I watched as all the people screamed and ran off in the opposite direction, followed by some really annoyed soldiers giving chase.

Soon, I fell asleep, and when I awoke, I saw the strangest sight in my life…