“Oh, nothing,” Chedva sighed. “So, you know Shosh…?”

“Who doesn’t?” snorted Leah.

“So basically, I was wondering, did you recently notice anything different or, I don’t know, strange about her?”

Leah thought for second. “Not really. For as long as I’ve known her, she’s been the same, mean girl, always saying nasty comments to people but charming all the teacher, with those big blue eyes and fake smile.”

“Exactly! She’s for sure the person they’re looking for!”  Chedva blurted out.

“Who’s looking for?”

“Uh, nothing… whatever,” Chedva tried to cover it up.

“C’mon, Chedva, I know you’re hiding something from me!”

“I really shouldn’t tell her, but we are friends.  It won’t make a difference to tell one girl, will it?” Chedva argued with herself.

“Alright, I’ll tell you but don’t tell a soul!”

Chedva proceeded to tell Leah the whole story.

Leah’s eyes widened in amazement. “Wow, is that actually true?”

“Why would I make it up?” Chedva retorted. “Of course it’s true.”

“Actually now that you’re telling me this, I think I do know some helpful info,” Leah said

“Really, tell me!” Chedva pulled her excitedly into an empty classroom, where no one could hear them.

“Well,” Leah began, “the other day, I was walking home and…”


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