Today is Sunday, I'm looking forward to finally arrived Sunday, you know? Today, my mother took me to the park to go and catch fish. The bus, I was directly toward the small lake. Mother kind of shout behind me, in fact I also know, won't fall into the water. We put the belt good dredge, took out small bucket, I first observed by the lake for a while. You know what? Observation is first to find a best location, the easiest way to catch fish. Finally, I was at a prominent parked by the side of the small stone, I said to mother: "hush! And under the stone, I see." Said, and I will fu body, fishing, but suddenly my mother pulled once, mother said: "no, my mom for pulling you, but don't fall into the water." I rushed my mother made a face and gently with a small network close to the fish, suddenly at a draught from down to up lift up, ha! Really get fish. In this way, we caught a lot of fish. When he left, I again all the small fish back into the little lake. Because my mother said that fish can only grow into a big fish in the lake, the joy of life.
Today, my father took me to the new park pulley. Into the pulley, father to help me take the helmet and wristbands, wear good pulley shoes after a sister come here to hold the middle, I walked to the pulley field is she teaches me to coach of the pulley, she helped me into the driving range to me and said: "the children learn to pulley must first stood firm, you have two hands up to the back to lift one foot down, and then the other foot lift down in the stepped, if the wrestling, is kneeling on one foot first, then make a hold on his hands on the legs up, practice yourself." And she went to teach other children. I put my hand up to the back, walking step by step, at first I was afraid to fell several times I want to cry, my father said: "to hang in there, or you can not learn." I hear the word of the father step and step to walk a lot of times some skilled and I try to slowly slide forward, finally will slip a bit. Although I fell down many times today, will not very smooth, but I still very happy!