Alli's Well in Wordishure by Mick McArt

By Mick McArt

Allison desires to shock the farmer's of Squintville with a new good. The important little woman discovers greater than she ever suggestion attainable the deeper she digs.

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As he spoke, a drop of purple juice dripped off his chin and landed on Preston’s overalls. Sighing, Preston looked the at the new purple stain on his overalls. ” The boy’s name was Tommy, but everyone referred to him as Doubting Tommy, because he was always doubtful. Allison knew him from her village, where he was also considered to be quite generous. Tommy reached into the basket, and then tossed down a Gathermore for each of them. ” “I agree,” stated Thurston, taking a big bite of the fruit.

Sighing, Preston looked the at the new purple stain on his overalls. ” The boy’s name was Tommy, but everyone referred to him as Doubting Tommy, because he was always doubtful. Allison knew him from her village, where he was also considered to be quite generous. Tommy reached into the basket, and then tossed down a Gathermore for each of them. ” “I agree,” stated Thurston, taking a big bite of the fruit. “That basket looks heavy. ” Tommy said delightfully, patting his stomach. ” Alli asked the boy.

Preston, who had just returned with some rope, overheard the whole thing and nodded in agreement. “Things don’t always go the way we plan them,” he remarked, pointing to the dirt splotches on his overalls. This made Alli smile again. She loved having good friends who kept her spirit up, so she decided to carry on digging. It was not long before they secured the rope and were using Thurston’s bucket to haul the dirt out of the deep hole. The deeper they dug, the more committed Alli was to finishing her task.

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