If you learn the lessons that are handed down to you, then you’ll go far in life, said someone at some point, probably.
Using that hastily put together logic we can assume that 6-year-old Isabella is nailed on for great things. After behaving badly at school her mum, Victoria, made her write “I will make better choices” over and over again. The thinking here is pretty transparent, by making Isabella repeatedly write down that she will make better choices, she will, eventually, make better choices.
It worked a lot sooner that expected, about six lines to be precise. Isabella realised that she could save a loads of time by mass producing her lines.
We’re willing to let the odd spelling mistake slide out of admiration for the ability to learn quickly. Well played Isabella, you’ll go far.