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In the middle of the scorching New Mexican desert, there was a small village near the extensive Rio Grande River. The wind was fierce and dust was flying everywhere. In that village, there was a young girl named Erin who was tired of sweeping dust from the floor of the house that Erin and her dad lived in. The sweat pooled on Erin's temples and she wiped it with her hand.
Erin, I have been told there might be a dust storm coming our way. We need to remember to stay away from windows, in case they break and stay inside.
The sun slowly disappeared behind the sand dunes and the wind died down. Erin stopped to admire the new bracelet she had found in the dirt the other day. As she admired the bracelet she saw it glow around her wrist. The bracelet had glowed ever since Erin had picked it up and she wondered what made the bracelet glow.
Erin meticulously sliced the roast she had ben cooking all day, waiting for her dad to arrive home. Erin was tired and hot and she felt sluggish as she cut the steak. When Erin's father came home, her mood immediately changed. Erin's father was a kind man with a bushy beard and short hair. Erin and her father were very close and they both loved seeing each other at the end of a long day.
See you later Erin. I'll be home early before the storm picks up.
Erin and her father dug right in. They were both yearning for a hearty meal. As Erin and her father sat down for dinner her father warned Erin of the huge dust storm that was heading toward the town. No wonder there has been so much dust, Erin thought to herself. Her father was very cautious when it came to dust storms, after all, that is how his wife died.
As she ate Erin she felt the bracelet glow around her wrist. She quickly hid it behind her back not wanting her father to see the odd jewelry she had found. Erin decided to keep the bracelet to herself and then tell her dad about when she knew more about it.
The next morning when Erin woke up the wind was fierce and she struggled to walk into it. "The dust storm must be coming," though Erin, her sleepy legs shook against the gusts. After Erin's dad went off to work, Erin remembered what her dad told her last night and decided to board up the windows, so they wouldn't break.
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