Hi, Mom. So I was wondering if I could post a picture of myself on my Instagram
Thanks! Let's go, Cocoa.
Sure. I'm glad you asked me first. Just remember to wear a hijab
In the lounge
For a caption let's say "curling up to watch a movie with my cat. And... Post!
Huh? What's this? people are saying mean things about my post like "What are you wearing on your head?" and "You would look a lot nicer if you didn't wear that cloth ball" and "Your cat's cute, but not that thing on your face."
Sareena is really happy because her mom let her post a picture of herself on Instagram.
In her room
Oh. That must be horrible, I can't imagine.
Sareena is excited and nervous to see what people think
My advice is to just ignore those rude people because there will always be people like that in the world but you just have to learn to deal with it. Also, it doesn't matter what others think because your friends and family don't think your ugly with your hijab
Sareena is shocked by how rude people can be.
You too. Bye!
Your welcome! That's what best friends are for especially when we are all in quarantine
Sareena feels the need to call her friend, Asma so she can help her with the incident. She explained everything and started crying.
Sareena is relieved that she knows what to do now.
Sareena is grateful that she has a great friend that is is always there for her. Now this is the end of our story!
Hey, Thanks for helping me out today. It means a lot to me and now I guess I owe you one