Hello future readers!
Today after school I went over to Stephanie and Melody's house to play dolls. Was I surprised when I walked into their room! Those two sneaks had been keeping a secret from me! They got a new dog!
Stephanie said their dog's name is Snowflake, because she's so white and fluffy. They've had her for about a week now. Boy, are they ever good about keeping their mouths shut!
Melody told me that Snowflake goes to obedience training while we're in school. It's kinda like a doggie day camp! HAHAHA! That way, Snowflake can learn to be a good dog, and not tear up the girls' room while they're not home.
She's such a pretty pooch! I'll bet Boomer will be happy to have a new friend to play with!
Stephanie's mom fixed us a snack. Piggies in a Blanket! Outta site! In case you don't know what Piggies in a Blanket are, they're little mini hot dogs wrapped in biscuit dough and baked in the oven. They're so yummy!
Stephanie wanted to feed Snowflake one, but Melody reminded her that the vet said she should stick to her diet of puppy food until she gets a little older. Sometimes people food can hurt puppies tummies. I remember that from when I first got Boomer.
After we ate, Melody suggested we listen to records. But nobody was just gonna listen. We had to get up and dance!
After we were pooped out from dancing, we played with our dolls. Stephanie has a pretty doll named Ruthie in a sparkly pink dress, and Melody has a cute doll named Molly in a pink checkered dress. She even wears glasses! I was glad I brought JuJu along.
It was fun playing with Stephanie and Melody, and I just love their room! It reminds me of my room, 'cos of all the posters. I wonder what it's like to share a room with someone. I've had friends come to spend the night, and I've slept with girls at camp. But then when my friends leave or I come home, I'm on my own again. It must be nice to always have somebody to have pillow fights with, and share secrets with or snuggle together when you're scared of thunderstorms. I don't mind being an only child, but when I visit friends who have sisters or cousins who live with them, it just starts me thinking, y'know? Do brothers and sisters still share rooms in the future? Do you still have bunk beds? Do you still have pillow fights? I hope so, And even though I don't have any brothers or sisters, (just my funny little dog), it's nice that I can go to my friend's houses, and feel like a sister for just a little while.
Until next time, future readers,