Tuesday, September 22, 2009

My fairy tale story

A Tale Of Two Sisters

Once upon a time there were two donkey sisters. The first sister Maybell was a girl who admired the simple life. She was content with what she had, and knew she was so blessed. However, Maybell had a sister who felt very much the opposite.
You see Maybell and her sister Hailey lived in a small town, away from the hustle, and bustle of city life. In their rural area modern convenience was unheard.
When Maybell, and Hailey graduated high school they both had different plans for their futures, Maybell enjoyed the country lifestyle, and had strong ties to her family. She felt it the obvious choice to stay in her home town. Hailey aspired to move to the big city. She dreamed of wealth, popularity, and to fulfill all of her desires. Hailey's family was scared for her to move to the city. Her parents began to wonder what dangers lye ahead in her new lifestyle.
Before they knew it Hailey had moved out, and began trying to make it in the big city. Immediately on arrival Hailey knew the big city was different, the sounds, sights, and even smells, all revealed to her a new life. The excitement of a new place caused Hailey to love her new adventure. However, before long the new began to wear off. The constant chaos of the city madness caused Hailey to feel lonely even though she was surrounded by tons of people. Hailey began to miss the sweet smelling flowers, and quiet country roads of her home town. What Hailey missed most of all was the compassionate smiles of small town neighbors. Hailey tried to convince herself she was just homesick, but in her heart she knew she must return to her home and family.
Hailey was greeted by her sister, and family, and quickly realized she missed them more than she ever thought. She had never been more happy to be in her small country town. Most importantly she learned how valuable her family and friends were.


  1. Katy,
    Your story is great. A lesson is to be learned from the story. I guess things are not always as we think they will be. Keep up the excellent work you do. I am proud of you.
    Mrs. L.

  2. Your story was very cute! Your story is wonderful and an eye opener!