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Party Princess - From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Wednesday, March 10 Homeroom Summary & Analysis

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From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Wednesday, March 10 Homeroom Summary

Mia writes another letter to Carl Jung. She apologizes for her last letter. She also tells Carl that she realizes she has to tell the truth and use her powers for good instead of evil. She thinks this will allow her to achieve self-actualization.

When Mia's limo pulls up to pick Lilly up for school, Lilly is not there waiting. When Mia sees Lilly outside of the Ho's deli, she waves but Lilly ignores her. Now, both of the Mosovitzes are ignoring her.

From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Wednesday, March 10 Homeroom Analysis

For Mia, writing the letters to Carl Jung and writing in her journal is therapy. This is how she gets out her feelings. While she doesn't always talk...

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