Thalia wanted a new dress. She was going to Macy's because there was a very pretty dress that she wanted to buy. The dress was long and blue, and it was the pretties dress that Thalia had seen. It cost $500, but her dad had told her that she could use his credit card to pay for it.
When Thalia entered the store, there were so many pretty dresses! But Thalia didn't put on a single other dress--she wanted the long blue dress. Finally she saw the dress and put it on. Perfect! She looked for a clerk and told him that she wanted to buy the dress.
When the clerk say the dress he said to her, "Oh, how pretty! Do you have blue shoes?" Thalia told him, "No, I need them." The clerk told her, "We have the perfect shoes in the shoe section."
Thalia looked for some blue shoes and found them. She decided to buy them, too. The clerk told her, "Do you have a blue sweater? The dress is so elegant that you need to buy an elegant sweater, too." Thalia thought, 'The clerk is right!' She looked for an elegant sueter. She also bought some very elegant stockings.