Oh my gosh! am I the only one who is black-Japanese?
Look! What nationality is she?
We think girls should have wood shop, too!
I will not speak of this nonsense...
There was a girl named Mimi. She was Japanese-Black, and in 1969, she stood out in Vermont, especially since she just moved. Some people gave her a hard time.
Woo Hoo! This is fun!
On the first day she moved, she saw a boy playing with his dog, Pattress. she came to join in. The boy's name was Timothy. He became her best friend, even though he was only staying for the winter.
I just want to see Timothy again.
Mimi made another friend at school named Stacey. They fought for girls having wood shop and boys having baking and sewing. They got suspended, but from that day on, girls could choose wood shop and boys could choose baking and sewing.
The first dance Mimi went to was called the "Spring Fling" for the starting of spring. she and Stacey got ready together. But the beginning of spring also meant that Timothy would be leaving.
When the second dance rolls around, Stacey wants to dance with her crush, Victor, who is the only other black person in the school. Mimi just wants to see Timothy again.
But then, when the dance was almost over, someone tapped her on the shoulder. It was Timothy! they went outside together and he showed her something.
It's an Apollo Eleven Coin! Wow! really?! Thank you Timothy!