Jeremy sighed, "Sorry, but I gotta go help my dad with the horses." Then looking at Lizzy Jeremy smiled, "I'll see you tomorrow okay." Lizzy smiled back and answered, "Sure thing and Jeremy I still ain't telling you who I got." Jeremy lauged and responded with a shrug. "Can't blame a guy for trying." Then he waved to her parents and ran home. Mr. Jones smiled at the interaction betweenJeremy and his daughter. "And so it begins," he thought to himself and went back to mowing the lawn. Later that evening Jeremy and Mr. Cartwright were returning from their evening ride. "Dad what do you get a girl for Christmas?" Mr. Cartwright chuckled warmlyat his son."Well it depends.You gotta first find out what she loves doing.Hmm alsoseeing what catches her interest. Once you got that figured out then you'll know what to give her."
Meanwhile Lizzy drove with her mother to the general store. While her mother was shopping, Lizzy wandered over to where the crafts were. Lizzy smiled to herself as she thought about the name written on the small piece of white paper on her dresser. Who would have thought out of all her classmates, she would end updrawingJeremy's name. Lizzy was looking at the woodburning kits. Jeremy loved art and he knew how to mix colors. Turning to look at the paint supplies, LIzzy looked down. "Oh wow," said Lizzy to herself. She picked up the paint set. The set was in a cherrywood box. Lizzy also noticed the different colored pastel chalk as well as the different types of art brushes.Walking down the aisle Lizzy found the artist sketchpad which would go great with the paint set.