13 Little Blue Envelopes

13 Little Blue Envelopes
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  • Dear Ginger,     I have never been a great follower of rules. You know that. So its going to seem a little odd that this letter is full of rules I've written and that I need you to fallow. ............ 
  • ........... ........... ..........
  • Box Of Evelopes
  • There is 13 little blue envelopes in the box.
  • 2nd Letter     How was 4th Noodle? It's been a while, huh? I hope you had some ginger dumplings for me. I'm well aware that I owe you and explanation about a lot of things, Gin. But let me start by telling you about my life in New  York, before I left, two years ago. .........................................................................................................     This is the position you are in right now. You are about to go to England with no idea what's in store for you. Your path, your instructions, are in these envelopes. Here's the catch: You may only open them one at a time and only once you've completed the task in each letter. I am relying on your honesty--you could open them all now, and I'd certainly never know ....... On landing, your first task is to get from the airport to where you'll be staying. To do this, you'll need to take the underground, other wise tube(in American, subway). ..........................                                                                     Love,                                                                             your runway aunt     
  • Ginger/ Ginny got the 1st letter from her aunt (the runway aunt) and the letter told her that she had to go to her aunt's old apartments and ask for a box. The letter also had a set of rules that she had to fallow. She couldn't bring any electronics with her. She couldn't bring maps or guidebooks. she could only bring the backpack that was sent to her. She couldn't call home, she would have to write them a letter.
  • Ginny got to her aunt's old apartments and she asked for a box of envelopes. The box had 13 little blue envelopes and each envelope had to be open in a certain order. Each envelope also was decorated with its own type of pattern. So each envelope was unique. Ginny opened the first envelope.
  • Ginny opened the 2nd letter from her aunt and it gave her instructions that she had to go to the airport and fly out to England. From there she had to find her aunt's  old friends house where she was going to stay in. She also could only take a backpack with her. She couldn't take any electronics with her or guide books. She could only write a letter to her parents.
  •  3rd Letter    Lets get right down to business.    Today is MYSTERIOUS BENEFACTOR DAY. Why Mysterious Benefactor Day? Well, Gin, let me give you a because: because talent alone doesn't make an artist. You need a little serendipity, a little luck, a little boost.  ..................................    Step one: Withdraw 500 pounds from the account. Step two: Find an artist in Landon whose work you like, someone you think deserves a break. This is going to require some looking on your part. Any kind of artist--a painter, a musician, a writer, an actor. Step three: Become A MISTIRIOUS BENEFACTOR. Buy a new invisible box for a mime, get a mile's worth of violin strings for a violinist up in front of a ballet studio with year's supply of lettuce . . . whatever you want. .....................................................                                                                                                                                            Love,                                                                 Your Runway Aunt
  • Ginny got to the airport. She still had to complete the other part of the task. She had to find her aunt's old friends house were she was going to stay at. She still had to igure out where she was at. She had no idea were this dude lives at but she has to get there someway.
  • Ginny got to his house. He already knew that she was coming but he didn't know what day she was going to go. He was happy that she had gone. He also told Ginny that her aunty used to be his roommate. Ginny got to see her room. She said that it was so pretty because it was decorated nicely.
  • Ginny opened the third letter and it had another task for her. It told her that she had to go and find someone she thought needed a vacation. Then she had to buy their art. She had to decided who she wanted to do. She had to be very precise about this one. She had to pick someone's art that she liked. 
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