OH, NO, I was left behind.
Granny was visiting aunty Belinda and she left me on the step. I wanted to cry; I was yelling out "Stop Granny Stop."
Aunty Belinda went to go in the door and saw me, she was so kind and took me inside and gave me a cookie.
Then she said I could snuggle up with her cat joey on the bed.
I was feeling a little sad,Joey told me this was a nice house to live in and he would be my friend.
Then I met a dog called Holly, who was so kind and shared his Tuna mornay dinner with me.
After tea, Aunty Belinda told me she would take me back to Granny's in the morning.
I had a lovely sleep over, and curled up with Joey the cat on the bed. (I did miss Granny a little bit.)
When morning came I hopped in the car and back to Granny's I went.
I told Granny I was very sad she left me behind, but good things happen out of bad situations some times.
I told her how I had met two new friends, Joey and Holly, and how they shared their food and cuddled up when I went to bed. Sometimes we worry about things, and everything turns out fine.
I told Granny I would try not to worry about being left behind again.
She told me she would NEVER leave me behind again.
I was given two pieces of toast with peanut butter and honey on for supper, and a glass of warm chocolate milk.
New friends are special.
We have two new friends to welcome to our followers group.
We love having you visit us and reading our stories.
Olya makes lovely Dolls and Rabbits, and she has another site where she posts her beautiful cards.
have a look in http://ulitkadom.blogspot.com
Diana Evans has joined our followers from http://dianaevans.blogspot.com
Diana is a wonderful Illustrator and Designer.
My thought for the day:
"A Grandmother is a little bit parent.
a little bit Teacher.
a little bit friend."