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Whifterfall Ball Essay

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Naomi and Jackie were walking along carrying baskets of apples, Ricky was walking alongside Naomi digging through the basket saying no to the apples and tossing them aside. Jackie looked over and said, “Thanks for helping me get this here harvest done Naomi.” Naomi replied, “It was my pleasure Jackie.” “ a worm... no..... Ah-ha yes. I am hungry.” He said pulling out a giant red apple. “Ricky you haven’t done anything at all today,” Naomi said rolling her eyes, “But that apple does look delicious.” “Exactly, you two have been took so long that I got hungry.” He ate the apple spraying Naomi with juice. “Ricky!” Naomi said annoyed.
“Whoops, sorry.” Ricky said. Just then they heard ...view middle of the document...

” “Now wait just a minute, Naomi said I could have the ticket.” Kendra challenged it by saying, “Well then I challenge you to an arm wrestle, winner gets the ticket.”
So they went over to a stump and started to arm wrestle, but the were both stuck in the middle “Hold it girls. It’s my ticket so I will decide who gets the ticket. Now both of you give me your best reason and then I will decide.” Jackie stepped up saying, “New hips for granny.” Kendra then stepped up and said, “A chance to become a Thunder Wing.” “Oh wow, those are both very good reasons.” Naomi said, just then her stomach growled and she laughed and said, “Well I am going to grab a bite to eat, and don’t worry I will decide after I eat.” So she left, Kendra and Jackie waited for her to leave and continued the arm wrestling competition and they were at a stalemate for about half an hour then Kendra said she had to go do some weather stuff. Naomi left the area and headed into town she asked Ricky, “Hmm... where should we go to eat?”
On her way she was passing by the cake shop and all of a sudden Hailey zoomed out and ran into Naomi and Ricky, who was holding the tickets, the tickets went flying up and floated down and landed on Hailey's nose, she opened her eyes and screamed, “BATS!!” she ran around screaming when she stopped and looked she said, “Wait a second, those aren’t.... Tickets to the Grand Whifterfall Ball. Oh thank you Naomi, thank you, thank you, thank you. I’ve always wanted to go because it is one of the best parties in the hole galaxy, and only one person can make it better, and that is me.” She bounced off and ran into Jessie who asked, “Hailey, what in Kadon’s name are you doing?” Hailey said, “Naomi giving her extra ticket to the Whifterfall ball to me.”
Jessie gasped, “Oh my, I design the ball every year but I never got to attend it, Oh if I could I could finally meet the Princess Kadon’s son and he would see how magnificent I am and we would fall in love and live happily forever. And You gave your extra ticket to her? How could you?” Naomi tried to say something but got interrupted by Kendra, “Now wait just a minute!” They looked up and saw Kendra standing on the roof of a house looking at them “Kendra were you spying on me?” Naomi asked irritated. “No... Yes. But only to make sure you don’t give it to someone besides me.” “Now hold your horses Kendra, Naomi promised that ticket to me.” Jackie said coming over. “Jackie were you spying on me as well?” Naomi asked shocked. “No. I was followin’ this one. To make sure she didn’t try any funny business. Tryin’ to steal my ticket.” “Your ticket, Naomi said that I get it.” Hailey said Annoyed at them. then they all started arguing on who got the ticket Naomi yelled, “QUIET! Thank you. Now I haven’t decided who I am giving this ticket to, but until I do, any favors that are given to me are not accepted. Got it?” they all nodded. “Now shoo all of you go. And don’t worry I’ll figure it out somehow! Hopefully.” They all...

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