Thursday, February 17, 2011

My Beach Trip

My family and I went to the beach on Monday because it was so hot. I went to have a swim in the water, it was too cold. Then I dived underneath the water and I saw a small jellyfish. I touched it and of course it stung me. I ran to my Mum and showed her where the jellyfish got me.

We headed home and had a big feed!


  1. Hi! My name is Courtney and I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I live by the water and have gotten stung by jellyfish many times in my life! I recently took a vacation to Mexico and when I got in the water, I kept getting stung by something that I couldn't see. Turns out they were tiny, baby jellyfish. I ended up having to get out of the water because I kept being stung. Luckily, my stings did not leave any marks, so I was able to enjoy the rest of my vacation. Please feel free to visit my blog if you have spare time.

  2. Hey ieremus

    i like your story about the beach you went to it looks are bit fun to me.i hope you had are great time with your family.


    happy easter and god bless

  3. Hello Ieremus,

    I know your story is short but it's good.I haven't seen a jellyfish.I hope it didn't sting that much.And also you didn't cry, right.Well goodbye.

    from shalom

  4. Hi Ieremus

    I've seen a jelly fish before and I didn't get stung. Did you have fun at the beach? I always do.

  5. Cool Ieremus that sounded awesome and also sounded sore.
    See some of your stories later.

  6. Hi Leremus! I'm Kelly. I'm a student in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class at the University of South Alabama. You can see my blog at

    Your story was interesting to me because I went to Pensacola Beach last weekend and we saw a huge jellyfish. It was clear with red spots, red tentacles and red around the edges. Its body was as big as a frisbee. I was afraid it would sting my daughter so we got out of the water. Did you know that even if a jellyfish is dead it can still sting? Here is a cool website I found about jellyfish Hope you enjoy it. Thanks for sharing your story with us!

  7. I'm sorry I misspelled your name -- Ieremus!


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