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Sure enough we had no trouble finding Sarah again since she was obviously looking for us. She was standing at the balcony overlooking the main open court of the mall. Lynn walked straight up to her and with an exaggerated expression of concern in her voice asked "Where were you? We looked all over for you! We told you not to wander off!" Melissa was having trouble hiding her laughter.

Sarah looked a little confused and said "I'm sorry, I guess I wasn't paying attention."

"Well, don't let it happen again," said Amy. "We were really worried!"

But sure enough, we had hardly been shopping for twenty minutes when Melissa tapped me and whispered "Quick! Run! Now!" and ran away.

I didn't want to get ditched myself, so I ran off with Melissa, and the two of us ran off to meet up with the other girls who were all at the meeting point laughing. Lynn and Amy thought the game was so funny that they couldn't wait to go back and do it again. I might have expected Alexandra and Melissa to be a little more mature, but they were as excited about the game as Amy and Lynn.

We found Sarah in the same place as before. Amy walked up to her this time and said "There you are! We keep telling you not to wander off!"

Sarah looked really angry this time. "This isn't funny anymore. I think we should go home."

Since Sarah wasn't going to be a good sport about it, we all kind of agreed that we might as well head back, so Lynn and Amy went off to call our mom and Amy's. Alexandra, Melissa, Sarah, and I went and sat down on a bench near one of the entrances to wait.

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Sarah was still angry, and as soon as she sat down she started yelling at us. "I know you were ditching me on purpose! You guys are all jerks!"

"It was just a game," said Melissa. "It's not like we were going to leave you here."

"Yeah, not like Isabel, who ditched you for real," said Alexandra. "We invited you to our party and we shared our fries with you. And now you're going to get all huffy over a little thing like this?"

"You guys are mean and nasty all the time!" said Sarah. "I hate you!"

"Oh, come on!" I said.

I was starting to get annoyed at Sarah. Sure what we had done wasn't very nice, but it wasn't that big a deal. She was being a real baby about it.

"I don't care what you say because soon it won't matter," said Sarah. "I wasn't supposed to tell anyone until it's all settled, but I'm going to anyway. My whole family is moving back to Idaho, and I won't have to put up with your meanness ever again!"

"Won't that be nice for you?" I said sarcastically. "You'll get to see your cousin every day." Melissa and Alexandra both burst out in laughter.

Amy and Lynn came running up and sat down with us. "We're in for it now!" said Lynn. "Mom is really mad that we left that activity and didn't tell anyone where we went."

"Our mom is mad too," said Amy. "We're in deep doo-doo."

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