creating a short story

creating a short story

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  • exposition
  • rising action 1
  • rising action 2
  • It was a rainy day and Eleanor, a girl with mud brown eyes and neat dirty blonde hair, was wearing an outfit with different shades of green. she was in the sudden mood to draw.Though she was supposed to put her oboe items on a counter,Annie the Labrador was outside, so her oboe items would be safe.
  • Rising action 3
  • "Roof!" barked Annie. Slowly , Eleanor walked to the door to let the noisy, caked in mud dog in, ignoring the fact that the yellow Labrador's fur was dyed brown with mud.Suddenly, the muddy dog spotted a swab, reed cup, and a case with reeds and had an urge to destroy it all.At the same time heedless about how her family would feel about her destruction.
  • Climax
  • Later Eleanor felt hungry and swiftly ran to the kitchen to get a snack, clueless about Annie's misconduct. Meanwhile, Annie munched on oboe items and continued to ruin the carpet. Since Annie was only eleven months old, she has no idea how sinful her actions were.
  • Falling action/Resolution/Lesson learned
  • Out of the corner of Eleanor's eye, she saw muddy dog foot prints and nervously follows them."What if Annie was muddy, got mud on the carpet and stained it," Eleanor thought in her head. If Annie did stain the carpet; cleaning it would be a challenge. Then if Eleanor's parents saw the dirty floor, they wouldn't be happy campers.
  • Right then, Eleanor saw Annie absolutely caked in mud with a mangled oboe swab in her mouth. "Bad dog!" screams Eleanor, "put that swab down right now!" Eleanor glanced at the damp muddy floor. "You know what ... your going outside," addressed Eleanor. Quickly, Eleanor opened the back door and gently pulled Annie outside by the collar outside.
  • Eleanor spot reeds and a reed cup destroyed because of Annie. There were muddy dog foot prints and reed pieces spread through out the dirty floor.With just one glance at Annie's sinful work of a war zone looking house, Eleanor started to hyperventilate. How could she clean the house before her parents got home and replace expensive oboe items. Gradually, Eleanor cleaned her house while thinking of ways to replace expensive oboe items. Later, Eleanor saw a small cup with a lid which would be perfect for a replacement reed cup. Next, Eleanor remembered she had enough money for one reed and a swab. After the awful experience Eleanor realised she shouldn't put expensive items on the floor and be aware of her suroundings
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