Miss Strangeworth lived in a pink house all alone on Pleasant Street. She was friendly to all of the townsfolk and cared very much about her community.
Along with the community, she also loved her rose garden, taking great care of it every day.
Beneath her dainty exterior there was a heart made of thorns. She had been sending mean, anonymous letters to the townsfolk.
One day when Miss Strangeworth was taking the letters to the post office, one letter slipped out of her hand without her knowledge. Two teenagers, Dave and Linda found the letter, and delivered it to the person it was addressed to.
The next day Miss Strangeworth went to the town's grocery store. She noticed people were giving her unpleasant looks. She asked Mr. Lewis what was going on and he said, "You can drop the act we all know it is you who has been sending those nasty letters."
Shortly after, Miss Strangeworth found her precious rose garden destroyed. She then realized what she had done was wrong, and wrote letters to the people she had hurt. As she made her way out her door to the post office, she noticed four untouched roses. She picked them up and tucked one into each letter.