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I want to give you a happy memory.
Birthday Party. Birthday Party. Birthday Party. Birthday Party. .......
Happy Birthday Jonas!
I want to give Jonas a happy memory. I try to think of a something happy that everyone experiences at least once in their life.
Happy birthday to you! Happy to you! Happy birthday to Jonas, happy birthday to you!
I finally think of a birthday party. Something that is cheerful and what everyone knows about. I think of it over and over, in order to be able to give Jonas the memory fully. I decide to give this memory in three parts.
The first part of the memory is the time when the guests arrive. This is when all of the guests come one by one, and soon, everyone is chattering away with each other. I wanted Jonas to feel the excitement and happiness from everyone.
That was so amazing and cool!
The second part of the birthday memory is when everyone gathers around and wishes Jonas a happy birthday. I decided that this would be part of the memory because it shows that everyone is really special and they deserve attention.
The last part of the memory is when everyone dances. I chose this part because it shows the energy and unity that is shared within everyone as they dance to each party song. Also, Jonas should know about dancing and how great it is.
Jonas reacts to the birthday party in a positive way. He is happy about the memory. He loves the energy, excitement, and happiness that is shared within everyone. In addition, Jonas is amazed by the special treatment Jonas receives at the party.
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