By Debbi Chocolate
Elizabeth desires to input a neighborhood expertise festival. Can she deal with the opportunity of no longer profitable? And if she does win, may still she preserve the prize funds or give a contribution it to charity?
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These kids have their own way, too, even though I personally don’t see anything at all stylish about wearing rag-a-muffin clothes. ” Mr. Delaney was embarrassed. And Eddie, pretending to wipe milk from his mouth, was cracking up behind his napkin. The sudden honking of a car horn outside gave Eddie a start. ” Eddie said excitedly, stuffing the last of a cheese Danish into his mouth and grabbing his Bulls cap. “I gotta go, Mom,” he’d said giving his mother a quick peck on her cheek. ” Eddie’s voice pleaded as he’d stood in the kitchen doorway hoping the frozen look on his father’s face would melt away.
Inside the first box she opened was a note that read: Dear Elizabeth: Your parents told me about your project at school. I hope you and your friends will be happy with the fabric and jewelry I sent you and that your classmates like them well enough to buy them. Much success to you and your new business — 52 — Elizabeth’s Wish venture. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Mr. Gilliam Liz was so happy that the first thing she did was let out a scream. Then when she turned to run out of her bedroom she ran smack dab into her mother.
Her mother had asked. But Tayesha hadn’t felt like talking. Her mother had touched her face and said it felt very hot. Then her father had taken her upstairs and put her to bed, and, oddly enough, Tayesha didn’t mind at all. She didn’t know if she was ill or not, but she felt so bad she was quite glad to be made a fuss of. Not that it improved the situation, but it was some comfort. Later, it was all she could do to convince her parents that she felt better. Good enough to walk a couple of houses down the street to Liz’s house.