WOAH! A me-sized CAR! Vrooom, vrooom! BEEP BEEP! MAKE WAY FOR THE AWESOME MOLLY-ANNE!
HEHEHE....Not supposed to be up here, kinda dangerous, but OK for one quick picture, right? Heh heh.... A metal bookcasey kinda thing turned on it's side. Been there for months! See me standin' on it?
A rope! And not just any rope....The rope of Fort Makenzie! LOL. A play set with swings and stuff. ;)
When it was time to go onside, I immediately thought in my head, WHAT?! No way! Why, we were hardly out here for a couple of minutes! I need to stay longer. Instead of going inside with my owner, Molly, I hid behind one of the handle bars of Fort M&R.
What a view!
WHAT A BIG LOG! It's funny, all the humans around here call them sticks. CONFUSING!
Deeper into my adventure, it got SUPER windy. SO windy, in fact, for a little doll like me who weighed hardly a pound....Well, the wind....was STRONG! I wished I had gone inside with my owner, Molly! It was all too windy now! I felt my feet lift off the ground a little bit. "Molly.....Molly...MOLLY! HELP! HELP!" I wailed, tears streaming down my cheeks. I was going to be lost forever!
Flying through the air, I knew I was a goner. I wailed and wailed, but my voice was already so tiny and the wind so strong. My braids whirling around me, the earth passing through like a blur beneath me, and my destiny very, very near to me.
SPLAT! I landed on this concrete thingy-ma-jig. At least I have time to take my few last breaths, knowing that I was safe, for now. If the wind picked up again, I would never see the face of day again! A flood of tears trickling down my face were probably the last tears I'll ever pour out. "Molly! Molly! Molly....." I whispered, knowing it would be my last. I hugged the concrete thingy-ma-jig. It was probably the last hug I'd ever give somebody. I looked up to Heaven, praying to God that I'd survive.
Meanwhile, the others figured out I was not inside with them. They saw a flash of pink whiz by in the wind, and then all the color drained out of 18 inch Molly's face. Molly-Anne, she thought, throwing herself down the stairs and outside, struggling to keep to the ground, for it was VERY windy, but not enough for a tornado.
"MOLLY-ANNE!" She screamed. Her voice was much stronger than mine. "MOLLY!" I tried to shout, but it was no use. My voice was too small, the wind was too strong . I wiggled, trying to get comfortable on the concrete thingy-ma-jig. "KEEP MOVING! I SEE YOU!!" Molly screehced, making her way through the wind-storm. I flounced myself EVERYWHERE!
"Molly-Anne, you scared us half to death!" Molly explained between sobs of joy when she picked me up. "Don't ever leave us like that again!" I shook my head, knowing I would NEVER do that again, more tears trickling down my cheek. We made it inside safely.
Here I am, just opening the nursery door which led to the foyer which led to the door which led upstairs. Quite the tongue twister! lol. I whispered a small prayer of thanks as we made it inside. We were welcomed by a chorus of, "WOO HOO! Molly-Anne is safe!" "Hallelujah! Molly-Anne is here!" and, "Hurray for Molly and Molly-Anne!" I am glad to be with my family now, and the moral of this photo story is:
Don't ever, EVER, under AAAANNNYYYY circumstances, STAY OUTSIDE WHEN YOUR FAMILY GOES IN!
Anyways, thanks so much for watching ...AND LEARNING TO GO INSIDE WHEN YOUR FAMILY DOES!