The mix up.
Lily and Laura both live in Mudpile Wood.
Lily is a tiny Ogre which means she is a lot bigger than fairies or elves of her age. Laura is a petite fairy with huge eyes and long brown hair. Both girls love going to parties and love wearing party dresses.
When Breeze and Tulip decided that both the Ogres and the Fairies should host a huge party, there was great excitement.
Every one wanted to look their best.
Parties don’t happen often in Mudpile Wood however, when they do they are amazing.
The evening of the party. Lily opened the parcel that said L’s Dress. She slipped her arms through it and stopped. She couldn’t go any further. It was tiny. Lily opened her mouth and wailed. The cave rumbled and shook.
Her mum sat and looked at the dress which was stuck half way on and half way off. “You’d best take it off,” she whispered.
“I can’t” Lily moaned “its too tight. It is stuck.”
Her mum helped her out of the dress.
Deep in the northern end of the wood. Laura laid out her wand, her head dress, her fairy slippers and with trembling hands opened the package that said, L’s dress. It was pretty. It was pink. But it was huge. Laura sat on the floor and wept. Tulip found her there and tried to comfort her. “There must be a mistake” Tulip said. “We will fix it.”
“It is too-ooo late. There is no time.”
“Course there is, you fix your hair. I will be back in no time.” Tulip gathered the dress and flew to the elves house.
Norah the seamstress was a very old elf. She didn’t look happy when Tulip explained the problem. Then Lily’s mum arrived. It didn’t take long for them to realize there had been a mistake.
“I will scold Matt for this.He promised to deliver them to the correct address. Silly Ogre.” Norah said.
They quickly swapped dresses.
An hour later everyone was at the happy and smiling, except for Lily and Laura because Matt met them and said, “You look like crazy twins. You are both wearing the same dress but in different sizes.”
They answered him by chasing him all around the wood. Then when he was hiding they ate all the fairy cakes that he had left on his plate.