The Three Girls

By , Draper, UT
The three girls stood in front of the small house looking ready for an adventure. The first looked so graceful standing there with her legs slightly crossed, her shoulders back, her head tilted slightly upwards towards the dismal grey sky and her long black hair blowing around her face. The second looked very courageous with her auburn hair in a high ponytail and her long neck and her freckly face turned towards the third girl. The third was barely shorter than the first to but looked more beautiful than them both with her brown hair pulled into pigtails that laid on her broad shoulders and her gorgeous brown eyes filled with the adventures she was about to embark on. These three girls were about to face their worst fears, live their greatest dreams, achieve their most outrageous goals and become more like sisters than ever before. Nothing could ever get in their way.





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