Chronicles of Chloe ~the Horrified Horse Happening~

~told in the POV of Chloe~

IMG_0855I breathed in the fresh air as I stepped outside our screened-in verenda thing. The door slammed behind me, and I felt free to be outdoors. This misty, cool weather was a pleasant change compared the humid, sticky air we’d had all year. I didn’t want to waste this glorious morning, so I decided to bring Gingersnap out for a ride.

IMG_0858“Just feel how pretty the weather is this morning, Gingersnap!” I exclaimed to her. Gingersnap and I had a rough start, but we soon bonded, and I could ride her as well as anybody else.

IMG_0862“Ready to ride, girl?” I asked her, closing my eyes and relishing the morning. Maybe it’s what Madison would call, “Texas weather”. Her and all the other dolls never really liked Florida, because they were all used to Texas. But I had been bought here, and I love it. I couldn’t imagine Texas being better than here.

IMG_0865I planted my left foot into the stirrup.

IMG_0866Swinging my right leg over, I got comfortable in the saddle, and reached forward to grab the reins.

IMG_0867“Let’s go, Gingersnap!”

IMG_0868Soon we were off.

IMG_0872Gingersnap seemed to be enjoying herself too.

IMG_0873I looked around our backyard, and was practically in a trance. I gazed at pretty little yellow flowers,

IMG_0874red flower-thingies that looked pretty even though I had no idea what they were called,

IMG_0875And even the sight of that huge tree that got struck my lightning and fell over in our backyard. That had been a blessing in disguise, because now, more pretty Florida sunshine shines in our backyard! We just have to find a way to remove it…

IMG_0876I was so busy gazing at the beautiful sights, I paid no attention to where I was leading Gingersnap.

IMG_0878When I turned my attention to where I was going, my heart nearly stopped. I stifled a gasp, not wanting to startle Gingersnap – we were riding right where Madison had clearly stated was OFF-LIMITS. Unless the grass had been mowed short, we were not to go over here – there’s a black racer snake hiding in our backyard!

IMG_0880But I was too late. I saw something black and skinny dart off through the blades of grass. I couldn’t make out what it was, but Gingersnap could.

IMG_0883Frightened, she started rearing. I lost grip of the reins and nearly fell off. I let out a peircing scream – I was half terrified and half astonished. Another amazing adventure! I wrote in my mind. We’ve encountered a snake! I’m about to be thrown off my horse! What ever shall I do…

I soon came to my senses. I had to calm this freaked-out horse!

IMG_0885The snake slithered under the fence, at least from what I could tell in the midst of the long grass, and I grabbed a hold of the reins and desperately tried to calm Gingersnap down. “Whoa!” I called. “WHOA, Gingersnap!”

IMG_0893Gingersnap backed up and continued to rear. We almost smashed right into the fence! I grabbed the reins again. “WHOA!”

IMG_0888She finally calmed down after that, and we were both breathing hard.

IMG_0897My cowgirl hat beautifully pulled over my blonde curls was now lopsided, and owuld have fallen off it it was tied to my head. My glasses were lopsided, and I could barely see.

IMG_0896I trotted Gingersnap back.

“Wow, Gingersnap, what an amazing adventure,” I breathed.

What’s that?

You ask why I’m not scared and shaken up about everything?

On the contrary, I’m delighted and couldn’t be happier that I experienced that! How awesome! More amazing material for my life autobiography!

Until the next adventure,

P.S. Later, when I told my friends/roommates what happened, they said I was silly for freaking out! Josefina told me that the snake is completely harmless – it’s not poisionous, it doesn’t even have fangs. It’s actually helpful because it eats other snakes and rodents.

By | 2016-03-10T18:06:44+00:00 August 28th, 2015|All, Chronicles of Chloe, Fun Things My Dolls Do, Photostories|40 Comments

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  1. CutePolarBear August 28, 2015 at 2:09 pm - Reply

    I’m glad you weren’t scared, Chloe! I would be. I don’t blame Madison for freaking out. The other day there was a snake in our pool skimmer. It was a harmless garter snake, probably not much bigger than six inches, but I was really startled. I hate snakes!


    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison August 28, 2015 at 2:13 pm - Reply

      Lol! Gingersnap hates snakes, too! xP Do you have a lot of snakes in your backyard, or was that really hte only one you saw?

      • CutePolarBear August 28, 2015 at 6:16 pm - Reply

        Well, then we have something in common! ๐Ÿ˜› I wouldn’t say we have a lot of snakes, but these last Summers I have had much too many experiences with them ๐Ÿ™


  2. Loren August 28, 2015 at 7:52 pm - Reply

    Great photostory! I love how Chloe is always really excited after something dangerous happens because she can’t wait to write it down ๐Ÿ™‚ And when you said that there was a snake in your yard, I actually freaked out — I hate snakes. There isn’t really a snake in your yard, is there?

    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison August 29, 2015 at 3:46 pm - Reply

      Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€
      Well, yes, actually :P. But he’s absolutely terrified of us, so we don’t see him much.

  3. MakenzieAG August 29, 2015 at 5:27 pm - Reply

    I love horses! This was so good!

    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison August 31, 2015 at 12:15 pm - Reply

      (Me, too! I’ve always wanted to ride one.) Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Sunny August 30, 2015 at 6:21 pm - Reply

    Wow, Chloe was really brave! And I can’t believe she actually kind of enjoyed this!! I would’ve been the exact opposite! XD
    P.S. Madi, what are your thoughts on Maryellen? I love her and her outfits! And I’m the first one in line to get her books at my library, which I’ll hopefully pick up tomorrow… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison August 31, 2015 at 12:19 pm - Reply

      LOLOL! XD I would’ve been half-terrified and half-WOW!!! The entire time. XD.

      P.S. I think she’s really pretty, and I like her outfits! I also LOVE THE FACT THAT SHE LIVES IN FLORIDA (like me) and DREAMS OF A WHITE CHRISTMAS (LIKE ME!!! :D) So, I’m like, THUMBS UP AG!!! ๐Ÿ˜€ A character I can totally relate to! ๐Ÿ˜€ I hope to get her books to, I don’t know if my library has them yet -__-.

  5. Sunny August 31, 2015 at 12:28 pm - Reply

    Oh, right! I forgot about that!! I’ve never experienced a white Christmas before either. Except one year there was a little snow on the ground and that was it. Last year on Christmas it was like 65!

    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison August 31, 2015 at 12:45 pm - Reply

      White Christmases are amazing! I had one in 2012 back in Texas. But here in Florida, it’s like…no, never. XD. It was around 65 for us last year too ๐Ÿ˜›

  6. Kathleen September 2, 2015 at 2:40 pm - Reply


    (Responding to “Well…” on AGH)

    Musical theatre: I took musical theatre this summer with a really serious group, so I definitely can help with this.
    A) For musical theatre did it say to wear a leo? Odd as it sounds, most MT places don’t want their students to come in a leotard (unless it’s a stricter dance studio) and instead want them to come in workout clothes. If you’re not sure, call.
    B) For musical theatre it doesn’t matter what color shoes you need normally. Black is the traditional jazz shoe color, and so we all wore black for practice, but for a show we wore tan so that it looked better on stage. If they want you to have a specific color they’ll list it on the website, and if it matters for recital (Assuming you’ll have recitals/shows for it) they’ll tell you in advance. People typically wear tan jazz shoes in shows and for lyrical, because it looks better w/ tan jazz shoes but honestly it doesn’t matter.
    C) I’ve been in a dance class for years with kids up to 4 years younger than me. Yes, it’s frustrating, but I usually just end up acting a bit immature and silly and they think it’s fine. It’s still annoying, but if you act like you’re a few years younger just there it won’t bother you. And if there are kids your age, than try introducing yourself and don’t act super immature.
    D) Just bring a cover up to class with you. You can slip a dress on over your leo, and not fully change (I do this all the time). It’s not too comfy, and it can get hot, but in a pinch it’s fine.

    Also, I’m praying about your knee.


    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison September 4, 2015 at 1:06 pm - Reply

      I’ve missed you! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ (hug)

      Thanks for your advice! Read on AGH how it went… it went WAY DIFFERENT that I thought it would!

      And thank you so much for praying! <3

      • Kathleen September 10, 2015 at 8:10 am - Reply

        Madi — I read the response ages ago, and I just realized today that I didn’t comment!
        I’m sorry that art and musical theatre wasn’t that fun, but hopefully it’ll get better! These things usually do.
        I started my dance classes in the past week, the friend situation was not that fun. In one class I had two friends, one where I had one friend (but I kinda sorta know her and she had all her other best friends in the class), one where I knew nobody and where none of us really had anything in common, and then the rest I’m with one person I know who I don’t really get along with, but who started to warm up to me yesterday (probably because we’re the oldest by far).

        So yeah, I definitely understand not knowing many people in a class. I bet that we’ll both meet more people as the year goes on — even if it is the 9 year old in your musical theatre class who you end up being best friends with. And in all honesty, it’s fun to hang out with kids younger than yourself too, especially when you’re in the tween age range.


        • Molly and Madison
          Molly and Madison September 10, 2015 at 4:41 pm - Reply

          Thanks, Kathleen! Your sweet advice makes me feel loads better. I’m so happy someone understands! <3
          On Tuesday I switched to a Combo Dance class because there was so little people in the Musical Theatre class that it had to quit. But the girl who was my age that I thought didn't want to talk to me was in it, and she's actually really sweet - I had mentioned I tap-danced at another studio, and she asked about that. I also complimented one girl (who also looked about my age - we three are the only "older" girls there in the combo dance class. Which consists of jazz, ballet, and a tap. :)) on her leggings, so at least I'm (hopefully) not appearing to be unfriendly. My dance teacher said that I wasn't smiling during the class though... I wasn't having that much fun, because it was awkward because everybody else had a week of it before me and I just dropped in from the failed Musical Theatre class, so they already knew the moves to this dance we're doing to Gold so it was a little frustrating for me. But I do kind of like the class – at least we’re actually getting to do a dance, which is something I’ve ALWAYS wanted to do. But Musical Theatre didn’t really do it, tap dance doesn’t really do it, but this class does, so yeah.

          Well, that was really long, but I just had to tell you! ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks so much again for praying (my knee is feeling a little better today! And I didn’t take any Ibuprofen! :D) for me about everything – my knee, feeling happier in Florida, everything. It helps so much to know I have friends online praying for me! <3


          • Kathleen September 11, 2015 at 8:21 am - Reply

            Oh, I’m glad you get to dance now (other than tap)! Now we have even more in common!
            That’s good that you made a friend. The first dance class is always super awkward, and in all honesty I normally don’t even talk to the other kids in my class. You’re way ahead of me, haha!
            Ah, the curse of not smiling during class. Hey, well, at least you have an excuse. Not knowing a dance is really frustrating. Yay! I’m glad you’re getting to dance. I can definitely understand having the dancing bug — I have since I could walk, and probably before. My little sister would sit in her high chair and sway back and forth when music was on — she dances now too.
            Haha, you should see some of the emails I send my friends. Seriously I should just do a NaNo where I just write emails. (Not really) Yay! I’m glad your knee is better, and that you’re starting to adjust to moving.

            Also, my dolls would like to chat sometime with yours in the meet the dolls if that is ok. ๐Ÿ™‚

            Kathleen (and Ana, Emily, Kate, Hailey, Rubye, Sydney, Ruthie, Alex, Bella, Malaila, Rachel, Piper, Nikita, Tipi, Padma, Nyesha, and Audrey)

            P.S. Yikes I apparently have too many dolls. 0.0

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 11, 2015 at 1:50 pm - Reply

              IKR! ๐Ÿ˜€
              Haha! Yeah, it was super frustrating D:. Wow, that is so cool! I’ve always loved dancing. I think that’s why I like the floor part of gymnastics so much…it’s like dancing! ๐Ÿ˜€
              I’m glad too! Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€

              That sounds awesome! My dolls would love to chat with yours! ๐Ÿ˜€

              P.S. Haha, as I always say, you can never have too many dolls! XD I’m amazed you can remember them all – and spell all their names right/howyouspellthem! :O :O :O

          • Kathleen September 11, 2015 at 8:43 am - Reply

            I need an account on AGH I know. *sigh*
            Can you ask your kids pastor if you can just not do it?
            “Please, sir, I’m really busy this week and I know I said I would preach but I don’t have any time this week.”
            I’ve done a quick devotional thing once. It was actually really quick and fairly easy to do. I did it in front a bunch of people I knew really well, ones that I was hanging out with a bunch and would be seeing them all a bunch for the next few weeks, which was crazy and nerve wrecking but it was actually suprisingly not that bad.
            My suggestion is this:
            Pick a theme (for instance, I chose a song from a musical that I enjoyed, and a suggestion I have would be a Dr. Seuss book)
            Choose a bible verse (well known or uncommon both work)
            Jot some notes down (What parts of the bible verse and the theme go with each other? Does, for instance, part of that Dr. Seuss book (using as an example) disagree with the bible verse? What parts agree? etc.)
            Narrow down what you want to talk about (No matter what your theme is, you’ll probably find a million parellels or disagreements between that and the bible. Choose a few: I chose 3 for a five minute one, so I would reccomend choosing 6, but it can vary depending on how much time you want to spend on each)
            Make an order (organize your notes. Are you going to introduce yourself and then immediately start reading the bible verse, and then start talking about your theme and the parellels and the disagreements? Are you going to introduce yourself, talk about your theme a bit, read your bible verse, then talk more?)

            If you’re worried about whether or not your Kids Club person wants you to do that verse, contact them with your bible verse BEFORE you start working on it.

            I don’t know whether this helps or would work for you, or even whether you will do the sermon, but I know it’s what worked well for me and since we’re pretty similar I hope it works for you!

            And about being overly stressed — ask your mom if you can calm down your curriculum a bit — maybe not do some of your assignments this week, and have this count as all your bible. Since I’m taking a lot of dance and theatre, I’m counting some of it as fine arts credit, so you might also be able to count that as homeschool.
            I have about two hours before dance when I’m just sitting there waiting for my class to start. I read my homeschool books there, and if I didn’t get carsick I would read my books in the car on the way to things. Little things like that can help you do your schoolwork on time much more easily.

            Now I’ve commented two far too long comments, so I’ll go now and beg my mom for an account. ๐Ÿ˜‰

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 11, 2015 at 1:53 pm - Reply


              Thanks for your advice. <3 <3 <3 I'm thinking about doing the message, I just don't know how or what I'll say...Still praying about it.
              My mom counts all this as my Bible :P. My school is electronic (on the family Mac), so it would be kinda hard to do that on the road XD We used it have it on a laptop, but now it has to stay in one place. ๐Ÿ™ I'm going to ask my mom if we can cut back just a little bit though because of how stressful everything is right now.

              Hehe ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ™‚ Maybe she'll say yes! :D.

          • Kathleen September 12, 2015 at 8:05 am - Reply

            I hope next week is better! I’m assuming you know the dance now?
            Isn’t is fabulous? I just love it. Just wait until you can get to the slightly more advanced stuff – fouettes (which I haven’t officially been taught, but I know how), triple pirouettes, grand jetรจ. They make you feel like you’re flying, which, granted, I’m sure you already know from gymnastics.
            ๐Ÿ™‚ (The curse of the smiley faces is returning. We always do this)

            Great! I think they need some friends (other than the 16 of them and their 15 million baby sisters and toddlers XD). None of my friends really play with their dolls anymore — I know one with 17 AG dolls, including Kanani, and Felicity, and Nellie, and Josefina, and all these dolls I’m super jealous of; and another with 2 dolls; but the three of us never go to each other’s houses for some reason. (Is rambling again) You’re so lucky that you have Isabella!


            P.S. — Haha, I mainly only remember them all because I write them on the order we got thems!

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 14, 2015 at 2:28 pm - Reply

              I hope it’s better too! Well, not really. My next dance class is tomorrow though…Aye yi yi, I am so nervous! But Monday’s are my relaxing days…boy, do I need my Monday’s! ^_^
              Wow! Those sound so cool! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ (XD. Man I really need to stop doing so many smileys! XD Oh wow…I just did one. -__- AH! AND ANOTHER! XD…….)

              Lol! XD Aw, that’s sad your friends don’t play with dolls anymore ๐Ÿ™ You should organize a play date or something with those two girls – I bet that would be fun!

              P.S. LOL! ๐Ÿ˜€

          • Kathleen September 12, 2015 at 8:12 am - Reply

            Well I do! XD
            Seriously even if I’m not allowed to post on there at least I could PM you and stop spamming your comments!
            Hmm…could you maybe print a few assignments out? IDK. I use Sonlight, so it’s largely reading which is helpful because I just love reading. Hopefully she’ll let you do a bit less! Another thing you can always do is cut back on your curriculum a bit during the year, and then make it up during the summer. IDK whether you want to, but I bet you could.

            She’ll think about it when my room’s clean….So my room will probably be finally clean when I’m 20, so wait a few years and then maybe I can. ๐Ÿ˜‰

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 14, 2015 at 2:33 pm - Reply

              XD! ๐Ÿ˜€
              I’m going to be adding a contact form on here soon (hopefully soon), I just discussed it with my dad a couple days ago! We could talk through there so you wouldn’t have to wait untul you’re room is clean (or when you turn 20, whichever comes first) XD! But I don’t mind talking through comments ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

              I hope she’ll let me do a little less, but she wants me to get finished with that curriculum so I can move to another. That’s why all the assignments are so heavy. I’ll get through it one way or another, but it’s just soooooo much to do. Since we already work during the summer, I don’t know if we could lessen it anymore :P. But hopefully soon I’ll be done wiht the crazy curriculum and school won’t be so dreadfully stressful! ๐Ÿ˜›

          • Kathleen September 17, 2015 at 8:10 am - Reply

            Hoping it went well! Sorry I haven’t replied yet.
            Haha, my Mondays are never relaxing! I’m super jealous!
            I love doing them (though I fail miserably at them — that bit I don’t love ๐Ÿ˜‰ )
            I think the two of us are cursed by smileys. Every single time we do this it’s
            Yeah, I wish they did more! They still do, to a certain extent, but they have homework all the time, including weekends, and between that and competitive dance they’re maxed out.

            P.S. XD

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 17, 2015 at 10:54 am - Reply

              Lol! XD
              Haha I know right! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜ฎ ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜• ๐Ÿ˜€
              Aw, ok :P. Ah, not the smiley again. ๐Ÿ˜›

          • Kathleen September 17, 2015 at 8:17 am - Reply

            Aaahhhhh! REALLY?!?! I just screamed out loud. I’m pretty darn excited that that’s a possibility maybe. If it takes a while, no problem, but I’m excited! I don’t mind either, but I’d love to contact you privately about something that I’ve wanted to talk to you about for ages but am not allowed to publicly say it (aka on your blog)
            Oh, that makes sense. You do it through the summer, too? I’m glad I’m not the only one. I’m doing three Sonlight cores this year (kind of, anyways — Core W, which is Cores G and H combined and then Core 100) What curriculum are you using/ going to start soon?
            I hope your schedule calms down a bit soon!

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 17, 2015 at 10:50 am - Reply

              Yes!!! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ The only thing is, every message I will recieve will also come through to my dad (safety reasons). So just keep that in mind when you make your message if it’s really personal or anything. ๐Ÿ˜›

              Yup, I do it through the summer too! ๐Ÿ˜€ I’m going to be starting Monarch. It’s an online curriculum from Aplha Omega publications, Ibelieve. ๐Ÿ™‚

              Me too! This week was a relaxing week, all I did was school and relax besides having dance on Tuesdays and today! This week was good…but today resumes the busyness. I’ve got a lot to do – work on AGSM, blog post, work on Bible drill and a message I’m preaching, read six chapters of my Bible, AHHH! I’m starting to feel all stressed again! XD. I need to go make myself some tea…

          • Kathleen September 24, 2015 at 8:11 am - Reply

            That’s how mine is too–my dad reads whatever email I get through my commenting email (or my mom, it depends).

            Oh, I think my friend does that! We kind of do the summer too — I took a class for math last year, but it was still kind of confusing and I normally do much better in math than I did, so we did some over the summer (I was forgetting everything I learned, mainly).
            Oi, I’m jealous! Our weeks are always cray-cray, even if our activites are all only on two days.
            Yikes, that’s a lot! I need to go now, so bye!

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison September 25, 2015 at 11:03 am - Reply


              That’s cool! Right now I’m doing testing for our new curriculum, and gosh, it’s HARD. Maybe I’m not as smart as I thought I was…lol…
              LOL! That’s weird, our activities are only on two days too! ๐Ÿ˜€
              Bye! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Kathleen October 6, 2015 at 7:08 am - Reply

            I’VE BEEN SO BUSY
            BUT I MISSED YOU
            WENT WELL
            I couldn’t watch it today, so I’ll have to sometime soon, but I’m sure you did a fantastic job.

  7. Kathleen October 20, 2015 at 1:32 pm - Reply

    I am so late replying again! I’m sorry!

    I’m good, I guess. It’s kind of crazy right now, so I’m really tired.


    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison October 20, 2015 at 1:47 pm - Reply

      No problem! I just came back from my break and just now saw this :-).

      Glad to hear you’re doing good; hope you feel not-so-tired soon. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m good – I preached/teached my message last Sunday (which was also my one-year-anniversary of setting foot in our kid’s church building!), and while I thought I did horrible because I mispronounced “adversary”, people tell me I did a great job, so that’s good. LOL. I also got invited to a birthday slumber party – I was so shocked and happy! Never in a million years would I think I would get invited – it has to be God blessing me because the girls that are going are the ones I thinka re really cool and want to be friends with. So I’m finally making friends. Yay!

      Well, that was longer than intended, but by now, that’s expected. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      So what have your dolls been up to? My dolls say hi. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Kathleen October 21, 2015 at 7:46 am - Reply

    Well then that worked out perfectly!

    Hope so too! Wow, Madi, you sure have done a whole lot of preaching lately! Eh, most people’d probably just be surprised that a kid would even know what “adversary” means (I had to actually use spellcheck, and I hardly ever have to.). Oh yay! I’m glad you’re making friends! Are you still hanging out with Isabella?

    Eh, you should see my emails to my some of my friends. They’re 20x longer, and half the time they make no sense (mainly because we talk about 50 million theories on quantum physics and other nerdy subjects.

    A short example:
    So if someone goes back in time, and then changes something, what would happen?

    a) They would know whether it succeeded or not because that was what they had grown up with, so it wouldnโ€™t change what they remembered

    b) They would forget what would have happened if they hadnโ€™t changed it, and instead only remembered wha the outcome of what they changed it to be

    And my friend said this:
    So, what you’re saying is, would it create an alternate, separate timeline, or would the timelines sort of overlap? Most logically, the previous timeline would be erased from everyone’s memories, including the time travelers, because it would never have happened.

    To be even MORE logical, time traveling would create a paradox because when you change something on the past, it wouldn’t need to be changed in the future, so you wouldn’t go back to the past in the future, so it would need to be changed after all, so you would change it and so on and so forth. This might rip a hole in the universe.


    Now I have no idea how I got on the subject of time travel but at least it’s semi-educational and will probably amuse you.

    My dolls are…..right now they’re being annoyed at me because I’m making them all be models so I can take pictures for my Etsy shop (huge release soon, am excited!). So, yes, they’re quite mad at me. Apparently Bella wants to design, not model, Rubye hates wearing dresses, and the rest are all mad because…I don’t even know.

    *is rambling again*

    • Molly and Madison
      Molly and Madison October 21, 2015 at 12:10 pm - Reply

      Isabella stopped coming to Kid’s Club because she older, so I don’t see her as often. I really want to invite her over sometime – we want to start an American Girl doll club and meet weekly and sew, craft, have tea parties…etc… LOL! We write letters to each other to keep in contact since we don’t see each other much, and I enjoy that.

      Oh my goodness, LOL! Reading that completely boggled me! XD! I had a weird fantasy I imagined where I ran back in time. It’s not possible, I don’t think, but it was cool to imagine. I posted it here if you want to read it out of curiosity. Basically I ran from our home and found myself back in time right before we left to Florida and we ended up never moving after all and I still lived in Texas and was a happy, happy girl for the rest of my life.
      (That was a run-on sentence, I know.)

      Poor dolls! (I can’t wait to see the release! :D) Jasmine wishes she could model more often, LOL.

      • Kathleen October 22, 2015 at 8:07 am - Reply

        Oh, I’m sorry! Aren’t you her age, though? Hey, that’s funny, I’m actually hoping to start one with some of my friends! Oh, that’s sweet. ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope you get to get together again soon.

        Haha, my friends and I are so incredibly weird it’s even funny.
        Hey, I read that once! I mean, technically if someone could create a machine faster than the speed of light (186,000โ€Ž), which would be tricky (that’s an understatement) but I think it’ll probably be possible….eventually, anyways. Maybe when my 10th great granddaughter is alive, haha.

        I’ll tell you when it comes out! Haha, well I might have an idea then. I can’t tell you in comments, but I can maybe email you about it once you get your email set up.


        • Molly and Madison
          Molly and Madison October 22, 2015 at 1:20 pm - Reply

          She’s a year older than me, and while they do accept that age sometimes, she felt she needed to move on. Hey, that’s cool – hope you have fun! ๐Ÿ˜€ And thanks, I hope so too!

          LOL! I hope they create one… if it is possible…Even if it wouldn’t be in my lifetime. Boohoo! If they only had one now… I could experience first-hand what living in an orphanage would be like and put more realism into all my orphan stories…Meh, guess I’ll have to stick with books and second sources.

          Awesome! I dunno when it will be set up, but hopefully soon. If I can get my dad to help me… LOL…

          • Kathleen October 26, 2015 at 10:44 am - Reply

            Ah…That makes sense. Well, I hope I can actually start one! And you, too.

            Wouldn’t it be cool? We could solve bunch of mysteries — Anastasia, Titanic, etc., and it would really change law a lot if we could go back in time to see what actually happened in a case.

            I can’t wait!

            • Molly and Madison
              Molly and Madison October 26, 2015 at 5:35 pm - Reply

              Thanks! Hope you can start one too :-).

              I know, right? It would be awesome.

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