On With the Stories...
The Littlest Reindeer|
"With a jingle bell around his neck and felt antlers on his head he makes a wonderful reindeer. The letter by his side helps to explain hsi choice of costume, "Dear Santa", it says "the cookies are for your reindeer."
He is just so cute! From the minute I saw him in the Pocket Dragon Gazette. Summer 1998 I knew that I had to get him. So, the when I found him on the net for only $36, he quickly came into my house. He is a wonderful enjoyment to my collection.
Looks almost like my grandfather and two of his grandkids (Hey, I'm one of them). He gives piggy back rides (or is this case, a shoulder ride) or just gives you a nice old hug or cuddle. Now, he will give you good advice on important information (like where to find the cookies in grandmom's kitchen)
|Let's Make Cookies!|
"Yummy Yummy Yummy, we want cookies in our tummies. "Who can resist the pleading look on this little baker's face? Or help but giggle as his ecstatic friend wallows joyfully in the sugar? Put on our apron! Turn on the oven! Let's make cookies!"
Now, I think the big Dragon is my best friend (you know, she really makes them) and I am the one playing in the sugar (who later does help eat the cookies even if I didn't really help.. j/k)
"Another morning comes much too early. Even a good stretch and a hearty yawn aren't enough. Maybe 5 more minutes would help."
Everyone who feels this way life up your hand! *Has both arms up for this, oh wait...too much energy required for that...* ;) What I wouldn't give to be able to get that extra 5 mintues. But if I try to get that extra 5 minutes by dog (who sleeps on the bed with me) with start jumping on me, pull off the covers, whatever it takes so that I will let him outside.
"This co-operative little patient knows he has to take his medicine, even though he hates it. He clenches his tiny fists, arches his back and opens wide. What a GOOD dragon!"
He is a good dragon. Why it was me, I would be running down the hall. J/K I just get to make weird faces after gulping down any liquid medicine.
April 7, 1999