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“YESSSSS MY FIRST ADVENTURE OUTSIDE OUT OF THE TREEHOUSE!!,” Sarah screamed. Sarah’s loud. “Shhhhh, we’re all excited, Sarah; but the police can’t know about us!,” Anna commented. Err-Ugh! Sarah sucks up to Anna so much! Its so weird. Yes, she hasn’t reached her “full-Sarah-ness” yet, but Sarah’s still annoying. “Hey, Katni, take that frown off your face. This is going to be for 10 minutes! Relax!,” Sarah commented with her so-innocent voice. See? Anno-ying! Told you! Khanna let out a slight giggle. I didn’t want to be mean, but I gave her the evil eye. “Oh, Ok,” Khanna dropped her smile as she blurted this. “Ok, enough guys. Lets just set out to the woods!,” Anna beamed with confidence.”Wait,” Sarah stopped Anna from running quickly, and I’m thankful for that! “I need to tell my mom that we’re going out and I’m not coming home for dinner. Otherwise, tomorrow she’ll never let me even go outside!,” Sarah was panicking. Ok. I’m not sure you want to hear Sarah’s BLABBERING (yes, she’s in “full-Sarah-ness now!) Like “Oh my mom will kill me!” or “I can’t live without the treehouse” Already too much. Anyways, I’ll just explain why we’re here. Ok. It’s September, so fast forward to January. Yes, 7 months. So, January. Me, Anna, and Khanna go to the same boarding school. Junior High School For Boarding Girls. Khanna and Sarah knew each other as kids. When school ended, it was July. Yes, July! 5 months… and then in fall we go back. Anyways, we found an old treehouse, which eventually me and Khanna agreed to work on. Ok, fast forward about.. A week. We all told our parents we were going to a summer camp, and it was free, no visiting days. We were all surprised when all our parents agreed, so in 2 days we were off. When we were packing, Khanna invited Sarah over (We didn’t know her at the time) to talk to us while we packed. Sarah wasn’t that bad, she was actually really funny. But Anna was a bit quiet, since she was still sad that she couldn’t tell her parents. I mean, all of us knew that it was just us hanging out in the forest with our friends. Ok, fast-forward to when Anna was happy again, we were 2 weeks in. Sarah met us again. Now THIS is where she starts to be annoying. She and Sarah were talking to each other non-stop, and ignored me and Khanna. Khanna didn’t mind this, but I did. She didn’t even OBSERVE THAT THIS WAS HAPPENING! So, she started just hanging out in Anna’s room, while I was sitting looking at an old box my mom gave me, before we left. Here is what was in the box: a pencil, a box full of original stories by her, a necklace making kit, and an old diary (which yes, I read.) So, eventually, I started writing in it. After Sarah just started storming into my room, everyone started calling me “Diary Girl”. Anyways, that doesn’t matter. A few weeks later, Sarah asked her mom if she could go to that summer camp, but she has to come back every weekend. So, now the 4 of us are living in this house. Treehouse. Anyways, Sarah has stopped blabbering. We lifted our bags, and headed off. We had a picture of Khanna’s necklace, so we could make copies. She brought hers too though, we just didn’t want to break it. Ok, now we’re in the forest. We set out our supplies, and we started making it. Then, after a few minutes, we realized that Khanna’s necklace had a special gem. “We can just replace it with this!,” exclaimed Sarah as she brought out a pack of pink metal balls. “Hey, you snooped!,” I shouted. “Sorry, gotta do what I gotta do!,” Sarah put on a smug smile. I sighed. “Well, we can’t do that. We might as well find a block of that. I read an article about a block of that gem here. We can just... find it here!,” I beamed. “No… we can’t.” Anna argued. “No, It’s too hard to see at night,” Anna screamed. “What ever. I’m going to go find it.,” Khanna commented. “Wait, Khanna, it’s too dangerous!,” Anna hollered. “Well, looks like I’m going to find her,” Anna muttered as she ran after her. It’s been a while. Me and Sarah have just been sitting across each other, slowly muttering something about our life. Like Sarah said, “Hey, I think we need to work on Anna’s study room.” No big deal. But, a shadow suddenly came near us. “AHHHHH DON’T KILL US!” Sarah screamed. No. Not screamed. Screamed as loud as she could so everyone in the COUNTRY could even hear. “Chill-ax Guys, It’s Khanna!” Khanna put her hands on her hips. “Ok, but where's Anna?” Sarah chimed in. “Err… a little problem guys…” Khanna took a step back. “What is it?” I asked. “She’s gone.” Khanna blurted.