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TITLE: Grandma's Cookies
By Ken Ebright
10/28/08
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This was a challenge story I wrote. Please help me with my grammer.
It's Christmas Eve and Maddy is excited, because grandma Jane is not only spending the night, but she is going to make Christmas Cookies. Maddy, who was five years old, love's helping grandma bake. She and her parents looked forward to grandma's homemade cookies. Jane, had a few special recipes’ that was passed down from five generations from her family.

How about those gingerbread cookies? They were made with real gingerbread and were shaped like a gingerbread man. The face and the outline of the cookies were decorated with red frosting. There were three dots of frosting down the middle resembling buttons on a shirt. Maddy could not wait to have her first gingerbread cookie.

The sugar cookies were everybody’s favorite. One of the batches of cookies was a Christmas tree cookie with green frosting and sprinkles that were suppose to represent Christmas decorations. There was Santa shaped cookies with read and white frosting. The face of the Santa looked so real that it was to good to eat.

She also made star shaped cookies, some of them were red and some of them were green.

Grandma was a retired cake decorator. She had worked 30 years in a bakery. Christmas is not the same without grandma and her special Christmas cookies.
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