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Once a furious rain shower produced a small egg which fell out of the clouds and bounced in the springy grass, landing in a little girl's front yard. She saw it from her living room window while watching the storm. Forgetting her rain jacket and her shoes, she ran out the front door and found it in the grass, unbroken. She spirited it inside and into the secrecy of her room. There, it awaited its destiny in her soft, dry sock drawer.
Her eyes fixed upon it as she reached in and pulled out some dry socks for herself, for those she was wearing had gotten soaked. The little egg had a slight sheen and was purple with tiny dark purple spots. Slowly closing the sock drawer, she opened another drawer and got out a new play dress. After changing into her dry clothes, her daddy called to her. They had lunch and then went off in the car to do errands, for the rain had eased up.
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