“If you can’t get your anger under control then we might not be able to go on trips with anyone anymore all because of you!” Manseth yelled. “Are you really trying to blame this on me, Manseth?” Lyabella said as Manseth stood there with a blank expression. “Wow. Okay then, Manseth.” Lyabella said as she was walking out of the house. “Where are you going, Lyabella? It’s late.” Manseth said following her out of their house. “Leave me alone, I need to go on a walk.” Lyabella said walking down the driveway and into the street.
“Hah, i’m being selfish? Really?” Lyabella mumbled as she was walking down to a little beach by their city. “Why does everyone think it’s my fault whenever I have to confront someone? I don’t do anything bad, I just tell them that they need to correct theirself but then that makes them mad at me so then i’m the one in the wrong?” Lyabella said as she flipped her hair and down on the sand, digging her hands into it, letting it fall through her fingers. It was supposed to calm her down but the more she looked at the sand, the more she thought about the beach trip, and Argentina. Hmm, i’ll show you what being wrong looks like, i’ll show everyone!” Lyabella said as she raised her right hand and made all of the water make a tornado.
“Oh, that’s new?” Lyabella said getting a little worried by her sudden invention. She was staring in horror at the tornado in the water until she ran away as it was starting to move to the shore. “What is going on- Oh my gosh!” Lyabella cried as the water was moving into the city.fter she repeatedly tried to stop the water, continuously failing, she finally managed to halt the water from going further into the city. But not in enough time, half of the city was destroyed. Everyone learned their lesson that day, no one dared to make Lyabella upset anymore but once in awhile, someone would learn that lesson the hard way.