It’s here! I wanted to do it in the morning, but I couldn’t. It’s short, but here. I decided to stop being lazy and look up fashions, but there was bad stuff so I just looked in the Samantha book. Parts: One, two, three, four, five, six.
McKenna as Jessica
Natalie as Cornelia
Felicity as Nellie
This time, I found myself on a Victorian-like porch.
“Oh, good. I’m rich this time,” I thought.
I spotted a girl going into a dirty door. Her hair looked like she had no clue how to style, and she had no one to help her.
Then another girl, only a little bit younger than me, ran up to me.
“Who are you?” she asked.
“Emma,” I said as a scanned her outfit. Another richie (rich person. I made that up that word around all these wealthy people.). We talked for a while, and I felt like I could trust her.
“Oh!” Cornelia said (that was her name). “Pardon my manners. Do you have a place to stay tonight?”
“Well, come to think of it, no,” I said.
“I have a big enough room. Stay with me,” Cornelia said.
We sat down in a warm house on a fancy parlor chair while the maids where making Cornelia’s bed.
We lied down on her bed. It was so warm, and comfy too.
(Sorry for the background.)
Another girl walked in the room.
“Cornelia, who is this?” The girl said, obviously concerned.
“She’s just a friend who didn’t have a place to stay,” Cornelia answered.
“I’m telling Grandmother,” she said.
“That was my twin sister. We are nothing alike. I am a tomboy, and she is a girly-girl,” Cornelia said.
“Twins? I never would have guessed. Is she annoying?” I asked.
“Totally,” she said.
Should the girls…
Help the servant girl?
Solve a mystery? Like what?