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Lex threw her bag onto the floor and burst into tears Why me she thought why do I have to grow up and start at a new school Arent five new schools enough for one child It was her first day of seventh grade at yet another new school To make matters worse the weather seemed to match Lexs mood Outside her bedroom window she watched the rain pour down the driveway into the drain She watched the raindrops fall down the glass of her window and imagined they were tears pretending the house was crying as well Time for dinner a shrill voice called from down the stairs Lex reluctantly stood up dried her tears and walked down the stairs into an unfamiliar kitchen Sitting at the head of the table giving an overly happy smile were her new foster parents They had been trying their hardest to make her feel welcome They already had two of their own brats two three year-old twins The twins sat at the table in their matching red booster seats throwing their cooked carrots at one another Ugh why do I have to stay this house she thought as she took the open seat farthest away from the toddlers She looked down at her plate and was happily surprised chicken and dumplings were for dinner This is the only good thing about today Lex though as she indulged her new foster parents in small talk about her new school After dinner Lex helped clear the table did her homework and went straight to bed Might as well get the next day over with she thought before she turned her lights off for bed In the morning she put her favorite purple sweater on She received that sweater as a Christmas present last year and even though it was snagged and stained she still loved to wear it It was one of the only things she was able to
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