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Once Upon A Time...there was a king that had young princesses. However, the youngest was known to be more beautiful than the others. The youngest princess had a golden ball that she adored.
Aww no. How do I get my ball back?
The young princess went out one day to a well close to her castle in the nearest forest. Where she took her favorite golden ball to play with.
Well, I can go down this way. In the bucket. This can't be too bad.
The well she sat by was practically in the middle of nowhere, just the woods. She played with her favorite golden ball by the well, where she was carelessly throwing it too high into the air. The golden ball went right into the well.
You are drenched in water, my child. What did you do? You were gone for so long, I was beginning to send out the castle guards for a search.
I was being careless and the ball ended up in the well. So, I ended up going into the well to grab the ball...without anyone's help.
No father, I went to the forest with the precious golden ball you've given me for my last birthday gift.
She was upset that the ball fell down the well, she began to ponder ways that she could get the ball herself instead of asking for help since she was alone in the woods and she wasn't supposed to be.
The young princess used the log as a stepping stool, went down the well herself in the bucket, climbed back up, and walked her way back to the castle. She was drenched with well-water, but she was happy to have her precious golden ball back.
Drenched in water, the princess walked back to the castle with her golden ball clutched close between her arms and her chest to keep it close. Her father, the king is concerned that she is drenched in water, and that she left the castle walls.
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