‘Earthquake’-Rosa, 6, Wairakei School

On a rolly, quaky Tuesday at twelve o’clock lunchtime when I was still eating my lunch … the city was rolling and quaking. I ran onto the field like everyone else. But someone was having a good in Australia, my cousin Max. I felt really, really safe when mum came to pick me up.

8 Responses to “‘Earthquake’-Rosa, 6, Wairakei School”

  1. hope you people recover ,i have donated $10 to you so i hope it makes some difference to the earthquauke
    fund =)

  2. denzil and daniel says:

    you must of been scared it dosen’t sound like a very nice tuesday. I hope you and your friends are alright from denzil and daniel.

  3. Ella says:

    Hi Rosa

    Thanks for writing on here to let us know how lovely and safe you felt when your Mum came to pick you up from school on the rolly, quaky Tuesday.

    Was cousin Max on holiday in Australia and away from all that was going on in Canterbury?

    I hope things are getting better for you and you have had lots of hugs from Mum and your family.

    Please send my very best wishes to all there! We are thinking of you all and trying our best to help in all sorts of ways.

    Take care Rosa, you are precious.
    From Ella in Auckland.

  4. Caleb hunt says:

    wow that must of been very scary Rosa.

  5. ashley says:

    ohhh that must of been scary you didnt deserve it

  6. Jordan Rogers says:

    WOW that must have been so scary. I wish I knew how you felt because I have never been in a earthquake. I live in Morrinsville.

  7. jessica says:

    I’m so grate full that your family is ok

  8. joesph says:

    hi my name is joesph Iam sorry about the eakthquake.Love from joesph

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