After a long while, I reached the little log-cabin. It actually wasn’t a little log-cabin. It was a grotto. I tried to open the door but it was locked from the inside. “Unlock this door, you Christmas thieves!” I commanded. “Never, because these are my presents now!” said the eldest girl. “Your presents!? These are also my presents!” said the littlest girl, as she tried to grab the sack away. Then another girl said, “They’re mine!” Soon, a fight about the presents had begun.
I walked around the grotto to see if I could find a window. Fortunately I found one. It was big and silver. I tried to open it but it was locked from the inside as well. I looked for a big branch to break the window with. Beside the grotto was a big and a long tree without any foliage. Its bare branches were covered in snow. I decided to climb up the tree. I climbed up to the first branch, and reached for the second. It was out of reach, so I jumped and grabbed the second, but it broke away, and I fell back on to the first branch. I saw a lot of snow below. So with no fear, I jumped off the branch and fell on the snow.
Then I quickly got up then took the broken branch. I walked to the window and the girls were still fighting on those presents. I charged my hands then broke the window with the branch. And they still did not notice me! So I crept inside then grabbed the sack from the girl who had it. Before she tried to take it away, I pointed at the door and said, “What’s that!?” The girls looked at the door and there was nothing. “Hey, she fooled us!” said the littlest girl. “Get her!” commanded the eldest girl. I jumped out the broken window then a hot pursuit began.