Hi, my name is Anne. This is my first day going to this school
We have lived her for about six months hiding from the Nazis. I'm sure you know, but it hasn't been the easiest experience being cooped up in one house for so long
It looks like we are early! So how long have you lived here for, was your family in hiding too?
I'm sorry, it is just like a breath of fresh air finally being free and knowing that my family wasn't the only family struggling
Don't be sorry, I feel the same way. I'm just happy to now have a friend who has so much in common with me
Today is both Anne and Fredrich's first day at a new school after being in hiding for months. Surprisingly the two of them have never met before even though they have been living right near each other for so long. Maybe now that the both of them are safe, they could form a friendship.
So, this is where we have been cooped up for the last six months
Fredrich and Anne begin to realize how much they have in common including so many of the struggles them and their families have been through, due to being Jewish. Being able to talk to someone about being stuck in a house for six months with so many rules is so relieving for them to know that you aren't the only one that went through that.
After class Anne and Fredrich meet in the school library to talk. Anne and Fredrich begin to open up more to each other about how they feel, which helps the to bond and create a friendship
After school, Anne and Fredrich go to Anne's house to hang out for the rest of the day.
It's really nice, much better than my place. I would have much rather have stayed her than back at my house
Fredric leaves Anne's house and the two of them are excited to hang out again the next day.
Bye Anne, see you tomorrow
A couple months later, Anne and Fredrich are still bestfriends, and have both moved into nicer houses right next door to each other.