Winnie is thinking about how unfair it is, that she is the only one that has to be looked after all the time.
Why am I the only person here, who has to be looked after all the time?
I wonder if that water is even good to drink.
Winnie discovers the spring and sees Jesse.
"Sighs"You may as well come out
The man in the yellow suit sees Winnie being taken away.
Just teaching our girl how to ride.
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The man in the yellow suit and Winnie's father have an agreement.
I will give you the contract for the forest, but I expect you to bring back our daughter.
The man in the yellow suit is dead.The constable was late, Mae is now arrested
Winnie has decided to live a happy mortal life and Jesse is sad that she is dead.
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