The sun shone down on the sidewalk as Sanya made her way home. She looked up at the trees, and smiled. As she passed a mailbox, she spotted a single puzzle piece laying in the grass. She, being inquisitive as she was, picked it up, studied it, and put it in her pocket. She got home, opened the freezer, pulled out the mint chocolate chip ice cream, and made herself a cone with sprinkles. She took the piece out of her pocket and put it on a table. The next day, walking the same route, found another piece of the puzzle. She took it again and, upon arriving home, put it next to the other one. She could see that they belonged to the same puzzle. As she was coming home the next day, she knew she would find another piece. As expected, it was there. When she put it with the others, she noticed that this one fit with the first one. She fitted them together. After a week of finding pieces, putting them together, and eating mint chocolate chip ice cream, she had one left. The piece missing appeared to go right in the middle. She could see that the puzzle showed a picture of a bulletin board. The space missing seemed to be where a post-it note should go. On the way home that day however, she could not find the missing piece. What could it have said, this mysterious puzzle? Where could the missing piece be? Disheartened, she walked on. Upon checking the mail however, she found an unmarked letter. She opened it to find the last piece. She rushed over and put it in it's place.