Well, a few days ago Jessa shyly brought up the idea of a picnic. Everyone was so excited! But just then, it started raining a storm outside. They were all very disappointed, but then Jessa suggested they have it inside!
“I am so glad you could all come,” Jessa smiled when she saw her guests arrived. “I’ve prepared what I hope will be a fine indoors picnic.”
“Yeah, uh, I was just wondering, how did you get the lighting up and everything? I didn’t even know we had half this stuff.” Molly-Anne asked.
“Well, I was helping Madison do a tiny bit of unpacking in her spare time. I came across the blanket, the dishes, the cupboard, everything. It would be perfect for a picnic! When the weather didn’t permit, I spotted this flashlight.
SORRY, I JUST HAVE TO INTERRUPT. DID Y’ALL NOTICE I TOOK JESSA’S HAIR OUT OF HER BRAID?! IT IS SOOOOOO SOFT AND GORGEOUS! I LOVE IT! I literally was touching and feeling it and almost petting it! I love it. I was sooooo careful with it, I do NOT want it to be ruined!
“Gracias,” Jessa muttered, turning away for a moment blushing from all the attention of being a host. “Well, please, have a seat and let’s begin!”
“Me!” Jocelyn and Celina exclaimed at the same time.
“We also have orange juice.”
“I’ll have some,” Molly-Anne told her.
“Yes, thanks, Jessa!” Chorused Jocelyn.
“Ooooh!” Celina and Jocelyn gasped.
“Is that real glass? Where did you find all this stuff?!” Celina asked.
“Just unpacking,” Jessa smiled.
“It’s my turn to pray!” Jocelyn grinned. “Lord, thank you for this meal and bless the hands who made it. Help it to benefit our health and nourish our bodies. And help others around the world who don’t have food to enjoy like we do. In Jesus’ name, amen!”
“So, Celina,” Molly-Anne began grumpily. “Do tell us what on earth you did to your hair!”
“Thanks, but my hair is NEVER curly like it should be! It’s got a mind of its own!” Celina laughed, and the others (except Molly-Anne) giggled.
“Oh, I don’t know about that,” Jessa nervously laughed.
“No, it’s the most amazing hair I’ve ever seen. You look gorgeous!” Celina insisted. Jessa blushed and smiled.
“Gracias,” She replied.
“It’s not fair! Before Jessa came, I was the most popular mini doll! The most adventurous, the most beautiful, the most awesome! Everyone listened to me! I don’t like this Jessa at all! Ever since she came Jocelyn and Celina have been mesmorized by her kindness which I am sure is totally fake anyways. She’s been here for practically eight months, surely the newness will WEAR OFF!!!” Molly-Anne monologued angrily.
Molly-Anne looked up. Did I really not notice her until just now?! She wondered.
“Jocci! How long have you been standing there?!” Molly-Anne gasped. She hadn’t imagined anyone would actually hear her.
“Long enough to hear EVERYTHING! Oh, how could you say such awful, hurtful words?! Jealous, that’s what you are! The Molly-Anne I know would never say such things. What’s come over you?!” Cried a disappointed Jocelyn.
Jocci sighed. “I shouldn’t have yelled at you like that. I just – oh, why didn’t you just talk to me about how you felt? Why are you jealous of Jessa anyways?”
“You heard.” Molly-Anne muttered. “And you said Jessa’s hair was the best of anyone’s here. And that made me sad because my hair is ugly. And it seems like you like Jessa more than me.”
“I’m… I’m sorry, Molly-Anne. I should not have said that. I don’t think your hair is ugly. I think it is very beautiful.”
“Really?” Asked Molly-Anne.
“Really. And besides – you always will and forever be my BEST friend. Nobody else will replace you!”
“Yes, let’s,” Molly-Anne agreed, smiling.
And she really meant it.
“I haven’t tasted a soda in FOREVER!” Molly-Anne cried.
“Oh my gosh, what a treat!” Celina laughed happily.
“I hope you have cherry! Oh please, oh please. I’ve missed cherry ever so much.” Jocelyn wished, and everyone nodded their agreement in happy to have sodas. The progress on unpacking little accesories was very, very slow. 😛
“CAKE!!!” Cheered her guests.
“You were such a gracious host, and a wonderful cook. We had so much fun,” Celina agreed. Then they left.
🙂 THE END! 🙂
Now I just had to give Jessa a mini photoshoot! She is soooooo beautiful! I threw her across the room *yikes* at my BFFs when I had my brace on from my steroid injection, and couldn’t get up to put her with my other dolls, so yeah, I threw her. And then, OOOOOOHHHHH NNNNOOOO!!! She had a white mark on her head – it won’t come off, so I know it’s a scratch! I was SO sad. I literally thought my BFF was kidding when she gasped and exclaimed, “She has a mark on her forehead!”
But it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, I suppose – it inspired me to try a new hairstyle on her, with a little bit of her hair covering the scratch in a bit of a side-bangs way.
And, my doll room has been re-arranged, by, SURPRISE, my sister! While I was gone in Texas, she cleaned up my room, including my doll area! I like this set-up much better, actually. And my sister doesn’t even like dolls (or does she? … ;p), and yet she actually efficiently saved space and made my doll room a lot cuter!
Do you have any mini dolls? If you could have any mini doll, which one would it be?