On a cold winter night, exactly one week before
Christmas, I was watching YouTube videos when all of a sudden I heard a
small rattle. I walked into the living room. “Aaah! My presents are all
gone!” I screamed.
“Presents don't have legs, do they?” I mumbled to myself. “No they
don't!” my Aunt Lea responded.
“One week before Christmas and I don't have any presents,” I growled.
That night I didn't get much sleep. I was up thinking about my presents.
The next morning, everyone was talking about their stolen presents. They
all thought that Santa wanted them back.
We went looking for my friend Bella. When found I her, she said that she
took a picture of the person who took her presents. “That's Mr. Howard,
the evil man who hates Christmas.”
We all knew we had to go over to the tallest mountain to get our
presents back. We all wore mittens, scarves, warm furry jackets, and
boots. Bella, Alexa, Jessie, Annie and I crawled up the mountain. All of
us crawled and crawled until we got to the top of the mountain. We got
away from the dogs that surrounded the two-storey blue house. While we
were walking, we came across two giant guards who were about 7’3’’. We
were hiding behind the small closet wall.
“Sssshhhh,” I whispered. We crept behind them and BAM! hit them with a
shovel. When we got to the master bedroom, Mr. Howard was opening our
presents. Weird how he only had our presents.
“What???” We hit him with the same shovel we used to hit the giants.
BAM!!!! We tied him up so he couldn’t leave. He woke up and broke out
like the Hulk. He got Jessie! “Nooooooooooo!!!” I yelled at Mr.Howard. I
needed to get Jessie, but I also needed to run. What do I do? Do I run
or should I go get Jessie?
“Why do you want our presents?’’ I asked. “Don’t you remember you all
took my presents.” “When?’’ “Two years ago.”
“Just write a letter to Santa.” I said.
“How?” he asked me.
“I’ll help.” Jessie said, to make up for taking Mr. Howard’s presents
“Okay,” said Mr. Howard. And from then on he wrote a letter to Santa
every year, and always got a one or two presents (so he didn’t have to
take anyone else’s!).