Miss Strangeworth lived in a small town, she head the cleanest, most neatest, and most well cared for house her neighbors though. Which they weren't wrong. Miss Strange has rose bushes right outside her door, her family planted those rose bushes, and she has kept up with them. Miss Strnageworth believes she is doing the town good, but she judges the people in her town fair to quickly.
Miss Strangeworth is always judging her friends and people from her town, she went even has fair to make letters and send them to them anonymously. But one day when she went to go take her letters to the post office, she dropped one and one the children she was talking to thought it would be nice to deliver it for her. She ended up getting a letter back from the man and started freaking out, just because the word may get out that she's been the one to write those rude letters.
The rising action of the story is probably when Miss Strangeworth seemed super nice then she started being mean to the worker at the store, to the people on her way home, because she thinks what she is doing is kind. The man she sent the letter to destroyed her rose bushes, saying this in his letter "LOOK OUT AT WHAT USE TO BE YOUR ROSE". So people are hoping she changes her evil ways.
The climax was probably when Miss Strangeworth found out that someone found out who was righting those letters, along with the man destroying her roses. Which was a little to far, but maybe she'll come to her senses.
The falling action is when Miss Strangeworth finishes reading the letter and starts crying.
The solution is complicated, we never really know if Miss Strangworth is ever going to apologize for her action and letters, or she may never come to her senses to stop being so cruel to people.