First, I got up from my cosy bed in my HUGE private room in the door. I yawned, stretched, and looked around. Oh, how nice, I thought. Someone wants to be my friend. I clicked my ‘Friends’ button.
I traveled from the Brightstar House, around Starlight Library and to the Five-Points Plaza. (the blue dots are my trail. The arrow points to my destination.)
I cut through the picnicing tables. Apparently, one girl was on her way to breakfast too. I received another friend request…I must be a very friendly person. I decided to check that later. My stomach was growling.
I cut through some more tables and made my way to the snack cart, where I ordered a hotdog and fries plus a fruit smoothie. Not the healthiest option minus the smoothie, but it was food! 😉 I went back to the tables by the snack cart and ate my breakfast.
I finished reading the book. I decided since my stomach had settled, I should get some exercise. It was just way too hot to run around and get really sweaty. Maybe I could get some cooler exercise, like swimming.
So I traveled to the Good Sports Center.
I splashed into the refreshing water and made a few laps around the pool. My friend Emmy, another Innerstar Guide who loves to swim and canoe on the lake, was at the pool with me. We had swimming races across the pool, had a contest to who could hold their breathe under water the longest, and then Emmy taught me how to body float. Finally, she had to go and that’s when I saw how late it was! It was almost time for lunch. I said goodbye to Emmy, went to the locker and changed out of my wet swimsuit and into my previous outfit.
Leaving the good Sports Center, I decided to go by the Snack Cart again to get some lunch. This time I had a healthier option – A fruit kabob, some corn-on-the-cob, and another fruit smoothie. And of course a very unhealthy ice-cream sandwich for desert. 😛
Speaking of horses, I decided to go ride them with my friend Amber – yet another Innerstar U guide who LOVED all kinds of animals – including horses. So I started embarking upon the Rising Star Stables.
We sailed over the jump with flying colors! “Good job, Angel!” I praised my horse.
I slowed Angel to a stop at the end of the lap. “You were great!” Amber told me. “So was Angel!” “I know,” I smiled, climbing down from the saddle. “Angel is such a great horse.” I helped Amber take care of Angel and put her in her stall.
That’s the end of part one! See the other half of my day in part 2!
(with some help from Madison :))