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- [Alice] That day, I was on vacation in Annecy in the south of France. Here, Picasso drew more than 1,000 paintings. Inspiration comes easily when walking these paved streets. Me, I wasn't looking for inspiration to paint; I was looking for apricots to make pies. And those were perfect. Let's go! To La Beci de Soleil, my aunt's bed and breakfast. My aunt was going shopping, and she had given me two missions. Make apricot pies for our customers. And babysit my four little cousins. The competitor. The artist. The princess. The adventurer.
- [Alice] Whenever I was there, they plotted against me. So, today, to keep up, I had a plan. They were going to make the pies. I went to see the artist. I told her that cooking was more artistic than painting. I challenged the competitor: "I dare you to pit 60 apricots a minute." "OK!" I told the princess that I could teach her other braiding techniques, with dough. I went to see the adventurer, and told him that I heard about a hidden treasure in the garden. My plan was really perfect. Noah pitted apricots; Esther put them on the dough; Rachel was laying down the braids; and Reuben was bringing the eggs. I need another one. He said: "OK", and his adventure began. He crossed the forest, overcame the river, avoided the monsters--
- [Alice] And he found the treasure. My plan was really perfect. I sat there to watch them, and then, I fall asleep. The pies were made, but the children had disappeared. Guys, where are you? Mm, it was too quiet. They were probably plotting against me! Well, I had found them.