Beth was finally at the bottom of the hill now. She was almost home and she was never going to leave again. She definitely realized she needed to think through her decisions and she didn't need to change who she was. Now that she just about was home, she was going to pick up where she left off. She was going to go to her garden to grab some food for the wonderful, huge, and delicious dinner she was going to make. She deserved it after all of her hard work.
As Beth walked to her garden, she found Bert standing around the same spot in the forest where they had talked the day before."I see your still here," snapped Beth."I see you're still short," said Bert in a rather calm voice for how Beth had snapped at him."Yes, but you lied to me!" yelled Beth."Yes I did," said Bert."Why?" snapped Beth."It was for your own good. You needed a lesson. You needed to know that your perfect the way you are and you don't have to change that to be happy. Do you understand?" said Bert."Yes, I understand. But why did you stay in the forest this long? I thought you were just passing through," said Beth."I was waiting for you to come back. So you could understand why I did it," explained Bert."Thank you. I love my life now," said Beth."I'm glad to see that," said Bert and he walked away with a small smile on his face.
After talking to Bert, Beth went to her garden to get her vegetables for dinner. Nothing was stopping her from making her perfect dinner, not even the fact that she couldn't reach half of the things she needed in her house to make it. From this day forward she was going to not think about the things she didn't like, she was going to embrace her perfect self for who she was.
Beth walked into her house. It had only been a day, but she had missed her cracking floors in her kitchen and her brown counter that made it look dirtier than it actually was. Beth hopped up on the counter and took the pan from on top of the refrigerator, she was never going to toss it back up there again. Beth finished making her dinner and was looking forward to all of the other perfect dinners she was going to make for the rest of her life, with nothing getting in her way.