A Big Arguement


          One beautiful morning Simba woke up to silence. "This is strange.", he said to himself.

          Suddenly his father came to the cave and said, "What are you doing?", he paused, "You're usually pouncing around with Nala."

          "Well", said Simba, "I don't know where she is and it's a

little too quiet."

          Mufasa started walking out of the cave and said, "Let's go look for Nala."

          As they stepped out of the cave on Pride Rock, all the animals shouted, "Happy Birthday Prince Simba!"

          Simba was amazed. "Who planned this?", asked Simba curiously.

          "Nala and her mother.", replied Mufasa.

          Simba got down from Pride Rock and looked around for his friend. He saw Nala resting under a huge tree. "Hey Nala", he 

said eagerly.

          "Hi Simba."

          "Do you want to go explore?"

          "Sure, it'll be fun!"

          As they headed for the waterhole one of the zebra saw Simba and shouted, "Look everyone, it's the prince!"                    All the animals turned and ran toward Simba. He saw the crowd coming and said, "Nala climb into the tree behind me."          She was in the tree for a few minutes before she was joined by Simba. "Simba", she said, "We need to talk about something."         


          "It's the prince thing."

          "What prince thing?"

          "Everyone giving YOU attention 24/7!"

          They argued until Nala yelled, "I don't want to hang out with or talk to you ever again!" Simba watched sadly as Nala walked away.

          Meanwhile, Mufasa was prowling the savannah. All of the sudden he saw Simba looking deeply saddened.

          "What's wrong?"

          "Nala and I just had a huge fight and now she won't talk to me. I don't know why she's mad at me."

          "Let me do something for you that my father did for me when I was sad." Simba looked up and Mufasa started singing.

          "I feel better now. Thanks Dad."

          "No problem."

          Simba knew it was risky but he went to talk to Nala anyawys.

          "What do you want?", she yelled as he approached her.

          "I just want to tell you something.", he said gently.

          "What is it? This better be good."

          He looked at her and said, "I'm sorry."

          She stood up, hugged Simba and started to cry. "Nala, please don't cry. I'm sorry. I guess I shouldn't have come."

          "No", said Nala with tears in her eyes, "I'm sorry. I shouldn't of gotten mad in the first place. I'm glad you came, it made me feel better."

          The cubs became friends again and went to go explore like they had first planned.