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“You know, Lils, it would be great if you could sew some pants into my dress…”

Princess Dawn’s personal seamstress, Lily-Rose, had been measuring a length of ribbon silently. At the girl’s comment, she gave Dawn an

incredulous look. 

“P-pants?” Lily-Rose questioned in horror. “But...you’re a princess! Pants are for princes and commoners!”

Dawn rolled her eyes. “Why should my title determine my wardrobe? I can be a princess and wear some decent leggings. They look so comfy! Please, Lils. Just one dress.”

The king of Puryn’s daughter stood poised on the fitting stool. Her flowing gown was a coralline shade of orange-pink, and her tiara glittered atop her spun-gold hair. Dawn gave her best puppy eyes.

Lily-Rose, exasperated, wrung her hands out. “Cropped leggings, maybe? Queen Maelise would be furious if she saw you wearing commoner clothes.”

“Great! Thanks a ton, Lils. We done here? Angelique is coming for me at eleven thirty and it’s eleven-twenty-nine.”

Before the seamstress could open her mouth, Dawn’s lady-in-waiting, Angelique, pulled open the door.

Angelique smoothed her white apron over her sky-blue dress. “Princess, you have a playdate with Lydia in fifteen minutes, then dinner with your parents. We must go.”

Princess Dawn stepped daintily from the stool, waved to Lily-Rose, and skipped out the door with Angelique on her tail.

“Princess, your hair is a mess! I’ve got to fix it up into a nice braid before you see your parents.”

Dawn let the lady-in-waiting tie back her golden curls. They stood at the wrought-iron doors to the dining hall, listening to the clicking of glasses and tableware inside. Servants in 

blue clothes scurried this way and that, none daring to make eye contact with the princess. Dawn wished that just once she’d see a female servant in pants and a shirt, or a male one in blue pinafore matching Angelique’s. 

“Angie,” Dawn began. “Do you—”

A little servant boy with dark hair and big hazel eyes burst through the dining hall doors and nervously approached the pair. “Their Majesties summon you, Princess…”

Dawn turned to the child with kind eyes. His little name tag, pinned to his collar, read “HARRY.” 

“Would you do me a favor, Harry? Tell my parents that I’ll be right there, and that you did a mighty fine job just now. Who’re your parents?”

Harry smiled eagerly. “Yes, Princess. Immediately, Princess. Their names are Tess and Mikael, Princess.”

Dawn thought. “Tess and Mikael…Tess and Mikael…don’t they work in the kitchens?” At the servant boy’s nod, Princess Dawn told him, “Then make sure to add that their performance was more than satisfactory and to give them a big raise.”

Harry smiled from ear to ear. “Absolutely, Princess Dawn,” he answered happily and was off.

Angelique gave the princess a playful shove. “You’d be a wonderful mother, you know.”

Dawn rolled her eyes but the smile never left her face. “Nine’s a bit young, don’t you think? Now, let’s go see Mother and Father for dinner.”

Angelique prepared herself to see the royal family, tucking her dark brown curls behind her ears and puffing up her dress, as was customary for servants. Dawn hated that her lady-in-waiting had to look prettier in front of the king and queen. Angelique assured her that it was no trouble, but it was the idea of the practice that irritated the princess. 

Angelique entered the hall first, but stepped to the right at the top of the velvet-carpeted staircase. 

“Presenting High Princess Dawn of the Kingdom of Puryn!” The lady-in-waiting announced. 

Dawn still wasn’t sure why Angelique was forced to do this. It was meaningless, a command for attention when no attention was necessary. Once, as a little girl, Dawn had tried to present Angelique. She hadn’t made it halfway through the sentence before her mother had come hurrying to stop her. 

Now, standing poised at the steps, Dawn was mute and expressionless as people below absentmindedly clapped.

She took Angelique’s arm and descended the stairs.

“You decided to join us,” Queen Maelise observed, sizing up her daughter.

“Hi, Mother. Hi, Father.”

Dawn folded her gown and sat in the decorated wooden chair beside her parents. She smiled as she remembered the cropped leggings hiding beneath the silky yellow fabric. 

With the rhythmic pattern of rain outside, people bustled about, eating and talking and arguing and smiling.

Just as Dawn lifted her fork, the overhead lights flickered and died.

Everything seemed to be under a blanket of pure black, and the only things visible were the few things within a foot or so from the decorative candles on each table. Everything and everyone was completely and totally silent for a moment. You could hear a pin drop. No one spoke. No one moved. This only happened once, maybe twice a year, and they were always unprepared. There were no lights in the room that didn’t run on electricity save for the few weak candles. 

Lords and ladies and dukes and duchesses from all over started talking at once.

“What are we going to do?”

“Lisa, where are you?”

“Hey! You stepped on my foot!”

“OW! Who dropped their fork?”

“LISA! Help me find my fork!”

Dawn could dimly see the confused faces of her parents.

“Mother, Father, it’s just a power outage. Get everyone a candle.”

The king nodded.

“ATTENTION!” King Lewis shouted. “There has been a power outage! Stay calm! Get a candle from the nearest table! If you’re in serious trouble, yell, ‘CRAB!’ and I will come help you!”

As the king went off to deal with people yelling the names of crustaceans, Dawn and her mother passed out candles to everyone who didn’t have one already. Soon everyone was reseated and eating quietly.

Dawn loved power outages. It was like a real-life version of a survival game she played with her friend Lydia. High stakes! Real danger! It was a dream. 

Queen Maelise always encouraged her to have tea parties with stuffed bunnies in pink dresses with lace, but Dawn preferred outings to the woods with stolen pants and no bunnies in sight. At least not ones in dresses. Being a princess was nice because she got a castle and nice clothes and popularity and everything, but she couldn’t be herself. Instead of being Dawn, she had to be the picturesque pretty pink princess with dollies and dresses and so, SO much lace. Couldn’t she like blue? Couldn’t she wear pants?

Couldn’t she be her own person?

All the answers she ever got were no.

“Mother! Mother! I know what we could do while the power’s out!”

The queen continued to adjust the petticoat of her dress. “What is it, Dawn? It’s hard to fix this by candlelight and I have to focus!”

“We could go camping!”

Queen Maelise whirled around to face Dawn. The candle shook dangerously in its holder but was still.

“What?”

Dawn was unfazed. “It’d be so cool! Lydia’s family did it a couple weeks ago. You set up a tent in your backyard and sleep in it! You make a fire and roast marshmallows for s’mores! It’d be so much fun! Please, Mother? Can’t we go camping once?”

Her same puppy eyes appeared again, and finally the queen gave in.

“YAY! Thank you, Mother, thank you!”

“Where are you going, Your Majesties?” The guard at the back doors asked.

“We’re going…camping,” Queen Maelise replied, as if she’d never heard or said it before and still wasn’t sure if it was a real sentence.

The guard was utterly dumbfounded. “...oh.”

Blushing a deep crimson, the queen pulled open the door.

The backyard wasn’t a yard. It was a field. A field of fields! If you stood at the door, you wouldn’t be able to see the boundaries on any side. It was a wide expanse of trees and bushes and rolling hills for a mile in every direction. 

“Coming through with the tent!”

A trio of servants came through the door with what looked like the castle folded up on itself.

“Mother, what is that?”

“The tent! Didn’t you hear them?”

“That’s not a tent! It’s a hundred times bigger and looks like a castle!”

“So what? It’s a tent! We have to retain some civility.”

“I don’t care about civility! This was supposed to be a fun backyard camping trip and you’re turning it into another day at the castle!”

“What if I like days at the castle?”

“MOTHER! Camping isn’t camping if it isn’t camping! You might as well go back inside and sleep on your fancy four-poster bed with your personal catering service and your sixteen different tiaras! I’m DONE with this! I’m gonna go to my room and if you so much as set foot on my carpet for the next week, I’m never talking to you again!”

“Fine then! You try having a daughter with the insane urge to be a commoner! You try giving your daughter the best life you can imagine and have her throw it away like garbage! You try being me!”

“I hate you!”

“I hate you!”

And with that, the queen and princess of Puryn stormed off to their separate wings of the castle. 

Princess Dawn lay crying on her back. She let the hot tears drip and soak into the silken pillow on her bed. 

It was an hour after the tent incident. All she’d wanted was a nice night with her parents, doing something not royal. Not royal families camped with real tents, ate food they cooked, and did everything themselves. They didn’t rely on servants or ladies-in-waiting or anyone else. Dawn desperately wanted that.

“Princess?” Angelique opened the door a crack. Her pale face was illuminated by a candle in her hand. “Are you okay, Dawn?”

“Go away, Angie.”

“Dawn…the queen is waiting in the yard.”

Dawn sniffled and said, “I don’t want to see her. I don’t want to see her ever again.”

“She has a surprise for you…”

Princess Dawn perked up at this. A surprise? That was a first. 

“Tell her to have one of the servants bring it up here.”

Dawn really didn’t want to see her mom. And Angelique was the kind of person who might tell a little white lie to make the princess go see her mother. She wouldn’t take the risk.

“Dawn, seriously! Queen Maelise is waiting.”

Dawn rolled her eyes. When the queen was waiting, she made it very clear. And because she didn’t want a long, annoying talking-to.

“Fine.” The princess said haughtily. “I’ll go.” If she was going to give in, she wanted to do it with dignity.

Angelique smiled and motioned to the door. Dawn grumped out of her room and walked through the dark hallway on her lady-in-waiting’s arm.

“Dawn, your gown is a mess! You’ll need something more appropriate.” Angelique scolded, and led her into Lily-Rose’s workshop.

Dawn raised her eyebrow. “I need another dress? This is like the third today! I only need one dress. Tell Lily-Rose to make you a dress, for once.”

“I have to wear my servant’s uniform, remember? I can’t dress like a princess!”

“Who cares? Anyway, if I have to wear another pretty pink princess dress, I’m leaving.”

Dawn stomped out the door, grabbing Angelique’s candle.

“Dawn, wait!” Dawn heard Angelique call to her, but she ignored it and continued.

“Dawn, just look at them!”

Dawn stomped harder. “I don’t care how pretty the dresses are! I’m. Not. Going!”

“THEY’RE NOT DRESSES!” Angelique shouted after her. But Princess Dawn had already turned the corner. She slumped and sat against the wall. She didn’t bother running after Dawn; there was no convincing her anyway. She’d played her cards wrong and now the game was over. The queen would fire her, she’d never see Dawn again, and she’d be just another commoner in Dawn’s eyes. 

Angelique was so caught up in her own misery that she didn’t notice Princess Dawn coming back through the hallway.

“Angie? Did you say they…weren’t dresses?”

Angelique didn’t say anything. She just gloomily pointed to a pile of cloth on the floor beside her.

Dawn, curious, picked them up. “Woah…”

They were cargo pants and a T-shirt! The cargo pants were pink camouflage and the shirt had a bit of lace around the edges, but otherwise completely pretty-pink-princessless. Angelique looked up when she heard Dawn squeal. “You like?”

“I love!” Dawn squealed again and charged into the changing room with a candle. Two minutes later, she came out donning pink cargo pants and a lacy white T-shirt.

“Let’s go!” Angelique told Dawn. “We do not want to be late.”

As Dawn and Angelique arrived in the gigantanormous courtyard, they both sucked in a breath. Sitting on the grass was a tent! A normal, honest-to-goodness camping tent. Not castlelike at all, and almost smaller than how Dawn imagined a tent! The queen and king of Puryn were chatting quietly inside. They got out immediately after seeing their daughter. “Princess Dawn,” King Lewis said, smiling. “Welcome to our camping trip.”

TWENTY YEARS LATER

“Queen Dawn of Puryn established very strange goals, don’t you think, Bob?”

The news anchor nodded. “Yes, Sal, she did. Equality for servants and females in the economy? Insane! And I heard she wore a pantsuit!”

“All quite crazy, yes. But for now we’re covering Puryn For a Good a Story, an author group from a town in rural Puryn who’ve had an upsurge in popularity...”

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168 comments

12:33 Sep 16, 2020

ANOTHER AMAZING STORY! What a fantastic read...very well-written piece. I loved the message. Great job, Sarah Freeman!

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Sarah Freeman
16:42 Sep 16, 2020

Thanks, Catarina!!!!! (Also, the cat in your profile pic is SO CUTE)

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17:17 Sep 16, 2020

You’re welcome! (Thanks! I’ll tell Alyvia :D)

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18:46 Sep 16, 2020

Hi again, Cat! Yeah, Alyvia is so cute!!!

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20:52 Sep 16, 2020

Hey, Kimmie! Aw, thanks. Everyone is flattering her. Honestly, Buttercup needs some love! I’ll change my profile pick between the two :D So...sis...er...um... Fav books? I’m’a’na ask you a bunch of questions in multiple threads because...idk...I’m bored!

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20:56 Sep 16, 2020

Wow, that’s a lot of questions, lol. (We both lol so much...lol. HAHAHAHA) Yes! I’d love to see Buttercup!

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20:52 Sep 16, 2020

Fav color?

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20:56 Sep 16, 2020

In my bio :D But...purple!

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20:52 Sep 16, 2020

Fav...shape?

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20:56 Sep 16, 2020

Circle!

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18:52 Sep 16, 2020

Hey, Sarah! Just wanted to ask: are you a dog or cat person? I mean, there’s a dog as your profile pic, so probably dog, but idk. Cats all the way for me :D

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Sarah Freeman
20:04 Sep 16, 2020

CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATS!!! 🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱 🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱 My profile pic isn’t a dog, actually. It’s called a quokka, and it’s a really cute species from Australia that can smile!!! They live on Rottnest Island cuz they’re kind of endangered. Look up “quokka selfie” and I promise you will be BOMBARDED with pics of random people taking selfies with quokkas. They’re adorable! Anyways, CATS ARE THE BEST. My cat, Stumpy, is sitting next to me right now, purring super loudly. It’s like a jet engine. CATS 4EVA!!!!!

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20:19 Sep 16, 2020

CAAAATS!!!!!! Haha, I love kitties. My name gets annoying because of my obsession with them, but hey, at least my idols are my namesake 😂 Oh, god, *facepalms* I’m so stupid. I just thought your pic was a really weird dog. Ah, a quokka. *looks up quokkas* Wow, they’re adorable. And so many SELFIES.... Awww, Stumpy is such a cute name! My kitties are named Buttercup (after Princess Buttercup, and my fav flower), and Alyvia (just a strange spelling of Olivia. I just think Alyvia is a prettier way if spelling it). CATS FOR LITERALLY ALL O...

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20:20 Sep 16, 2020

Nu-uh! DOGGIES! I mean, unicorns are always my fav, but dogs or cats? DOGS. Although quokkas are adorable.

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16:36 Sep 16, 2020

My god, another mind-blowingly-good story but you. After the mind-diamond one, I HAD to read more of your work! So here I am, and THIS ROOOOOCKED! It’s such a sweet storrrrry and I LOVE that beginning...I can see you definitely hate sexist people and things! As I said because, YOU’RE SUUUPER GIFTED!!! I LOVE YOUR WORK!! YOU’RE AMAZING!! Aaaand now I’m using too many exclamation points, but I’m a very enthusiastic teen. Keep writing, Sarah!

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Sarah Freeman
16:41 Sep 16, 2020

Exclamation points are NEVER a bad thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And THANKS SO MUCH!!! You’re seriously too kind. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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16:55 Sep 16, 2020

Of course!!!!!!!!!

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I’m laughing so hard *again* like wow 110% compliments and you transform to a completely different person :DD Update: just read my comment again, laughed out loud again, wow I’m so nice as fake accounts hhehehe

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18:27 Mar 28, 2021

Sarah right now you are the only one I can trust with this. In aerin’s most recent story, certain letters were underlined and when I pulled them all out this is what they spelled out : Youreneverrapeedyoualwayshaveachoicesofymybdfl Youre/never/rapeed/you/always/have/a/choices/of/y/my/bdfl I know you two are close… what the hell is happening???

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Sarah Freeman
01:32 Mar 29, 2021

Okay good news! Texted Aerin and she reports that the message was: “You’re never trapped. You always have a choice. So fly, my bird, fly.” (Which was related to the story apparently) Thanks for your concern!

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05:20 Mar 29, 2021

Yea, I’m sorry for the trouble!! I was super confused and I didn’t know what to do so I messaged both you and Aerin xD. I’m glad that was the message and not something else... I was literally ready to call the police xD

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Wait remember this lolz I do luv Priya’s genuine-essy but wow

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Sunny 🌼 🖤
00:22 Sep 09, 2020

I loved it! Your stories are always engaging and fun, and the story feels like it could have a really great part two if you choose to do one. Awesome job Sarah!

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Sarah Freeman
00:47 Nov 19, 2020

Thanks so much, Sarah! From Sarah. Gosh that’s weird. It’s like talking to myself...but NOT. Do you pronounce your name “SAW-rah” or “SAIR-uh”? I do the second one. I feel like I’ve asked you this before...but now I forget your answer. PS Are you doing NaNoWriMo? You should. Well I guess it’s a bit too late now. There’s NaNoWriHalfMo, which is National Novella Writing Half Month I think. Plus NaNo’s just amazing.

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Sunny 🌼 🖤
03:29 Nov 19, 2020

It's "Sarah" like "SAIR-uh". Also, I feel the same way! Talking to people with the same name as me can be a bit awkward huh? I was gonna do NaNoWriMo but I didn't think I could do it honestly.

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Sarah Freeman
20:13 Nov 19, 2020

You totally could if you really put your mind to it. I mean, I’m actually barely at 10,000 words and it’s already the nineteenth, but I’m going to try next year if I don’t get it 2020. Then the next year, and probably the next after that. Maybe a few more years too. NaNo is AWESOME and if you write a steady 1,667 words a day you’ll have a novel in a month!

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Sunny 🌼 🖤
20:41 Nov 19, 2020

Hmmmmm, I guess I could try it out.

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Sarah Freeman
16:18 Nov 21, 2020

Right! So you’re the other Sarah that just joined the Reedsy group chat? The socks-lost-in-the-wash one? Cool! There are 11 days left in November, though, so it’s time to buckle up and write. It’s like the line from Hamilton—“How do you write like you’re running out of time?”—well, you actually have to be running out of time. I’ve written about ten thousand words so far :( but if I write 4,000 words a day I can make it BEFORE November 30! If you write 5,000 a day, which will take some commitment, you will too!

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Avery G.
22:56 Sep 08, 2020

Wow! I really loved this story! It was really creative, and I really like the name Dawn. It was really good! Great job!

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Sarah Freeman
15:36 Sep 09, 2020

Thank you so much! I like Dawn too. Thank youuuu!!!

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Avery G.
16:06 Sep 09, 2020

You're welcome!!!!

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Dhwani Jain
07:41 Dec 10, 2021

Hello Sarah! I can't believe this! This story took me back to my childhood, you know, the phase I had 2-3 years ago when I loved all things princess? No? Nvm. The story was written very well and all I can say is, this is awesome! I want more stories from your side.

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sis you haven’t written a story in almost a freaking year I KNOW I’M NOT ONE TO TALK WITH CQ#2 BUT HEYY AT LEAST I’VE BEEN WRITING REEDSY SHORT STORIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ahem ahem, you owe me SOMETHING TO READ AND CRITIQUE OMG

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Sarah Freeman
20:15 Jun 14, 2021

Why do I owe you?! I write when I wanna, lol. Also my cat is sitting on my foot hehe.

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do u not get jokes- I’m starting to think that honestly Correct response “Lol okay, okay, whatever, shush and go write some CQ#2.” Or “Ugh lolz, point taken, goodBYE. ;P” OR SOMETHING MORE FRIENDLY AND AGREEING AHEM noice

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Sarah Freeman
18:18 Jun 19, 2021

Mmhmm. There’s definitely a “correct” response to everything.

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Yes? There can be? Like there’s actually an incredibly wide range you someone manage to bypass. Like take a joke, would ya. . . *sighs in Sarah-language*

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SARAAAAAHHHHHHHH I HAVE THE ENGLISH SOL TOMORROW AND CTY STARTED TODAY I’M DYINGGGG LIKE I KNOW IT DOESN’T EVEN AFFECT MY GRADE AND I GOT A DECENT READING INVENTORY SCORE WHICH IS BETTER AND THERE’S A LOW THRESHOLD TO PASS AND I’M A GRAMMAR NERD AND YOU SAID I PROB WON’T BOMB IT BUT OMG I’M FREAKING OUTTTTTTTT HAAAAAAAALP WHAT IF I FAIL ACK ACK ACK QWSJSJQIQOSIWJQQHHAHQ I HATE LONG STANDARDIZED TESTS AHHHHHHHHH *screaming intensifies*

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Wait lol Sarah that’s hilarious with all of the precautions I took, not staying over for the sleepover, vocal rest yesterday, and early bedtimes, I STILL GOT SICK LOL Good news: I miss the first SOL Bad news: I miss in-person school Good news: I can switch my days to Thursday/Friday this week Bad news: all my friends won’t be there and I’ll miss 7-11 Ugahhhhaagsgwyqgvfstsgwfq Bad news: SICK

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Sarah Freeman
20:07 Jun 01, 2021

I may or may not have already responded to this cuz I clicked out just as I pressed reply and I’m not sure if the reply worked. Also, you got downvoted to triple sixes again. I’m assuming you don’t know yet because those two comments would’ve put you at 668. Whatever. Gtg

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Uh nope you did I mean yeah lol, I can tell if my points randomly drop 400, this happens every few days to a week. Wdm?? You never, ahem, upvoted my comments, and you don’t get points just from commenting.

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Ink ✒️
23:58 May 10, 2021

Also I found a few mistakes. "Servants in blue clothes scurried this way and that," There shouldn't be a new paragraph there. " "Dawn…the queen is waiting in the yard.” " I believe there should be a space after the "...". " "Fine.” The princess said haughtily." "The" should be "the". "As Dawn and Angelique arrived in the gigantanormous courtyard," This one might have been on purpose, but gigantanormous is not a word- it would either be gigantic or ginormous. And lastly "an author group from a town in rural Puryn who’ve had an upsur...

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Sarah Freeman
21:50 May 11, 2021

Thanks Veronica! I’m not sure if I can edit it anymore, but if I can I’ll totally fix those!

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Ink ✒️
23:45 May 10, 2021

You should add a thing at the end of your bio where people comment an emoji if they read the whole thing :) :)

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Sarah Freeman
21:54 May 01, 2021

Hi!

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Sarah Freeman
14:29 May 02, 2021

Helloooooooooo 👋

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Sarah Freeman
23:38 May 02, 2021

Yelloooooooooooooow As it says in my bioooo U?

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Sarah Freeman
23:42 May 02, 2021

Alsoooooooooo I saw in ur bio that you like anime right? I’ve only seen My Hero Academia. The one with the nerdy superhero superfan, Izuku Midoriya. Have u seen it?

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Yooo look lol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZdfyQJ40nQ

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Sarah Freeman
17:40 May 01, 2021

I’m 99% sure that’s a link to Rick Astley so I’m not even going to bother

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Nah it’s a funny video about Duolingo but okay

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20:39 Apr 15, 2021

Love this! I truly hope you write some more :D

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Sarah Freeman
18:36 Apr 16, 2021

TYSM!

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Sarah Freeman
18:36 Apr 16, 2021

TYSM!

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Felicity Anne
21:11 Mar 12, 2021

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Sunny 🌼 🖤
21:50 Mar 11, 2021

Wb grammar nerd! We all missed you!

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Endellion .
21:21 Mar 05, 2021

You still bored?

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Wonderful story Sarah! Been a while since I've read urs. Great work!

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Great story Sarah! I love your profile pic BTW... and cats are the best too!

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Sarah Freeman
00:41 Nov 19, 2020

Yay thanks!!!

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Ana Govindasamy
12:02 Oct 24, 2020

I love this! AAAAAAAAAAAA its amazing!

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Sarah Freeman
00:42 Nov 19, 2020

👍👍👍THANK YOU !

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Inked Disaster
10:29 Sep 25, 2020

This was a good one. Well done, Sarah.❤️

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Sarah Freeman
00:11 Sep 26, 2020

Thanks so much!!!

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