A Bad and Perfect Day
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“A Bad and Perfect Day,” Friend, Dec. 2005, 41

A Bad and Perfect Day

I had a really bad day at school. As I was leaving, I saw some fifth graders running. They crashed into a poor girl carrying loads of schoolwork, including a school project. The project fell and broke, scattering pieces all over the ground. I ran over to the girl and asked, “Are you OK?” She was almost in tears as she got down on her knees and started scooping pieces of her project into a bag. I noticed that she was carrying glue and asked her if I could help put her masterpiece back together. She nodded in a shy way. I glued it back together and handed it to her. Then I helped her carry her things to her car. Her mom thanked me and gave me a big smile. I ran to my car and hopped in. My mom asked, “How was your day?”

“Perfect!” I said.

Camila Biddulph, age 9, is a member of the Flagler Ward, Homestead Florida Stake.

Illustrated by Brad Teare