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A Girl and Her Skirt

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S: A Girl and Her Skirt

BC: Special thanks to Grandma Shirley for making the long skirt love possible.

FC: A tale of true love. | A Girl and Her Skirt | By Stephanie Chambers

1: A book written by Mom for my Hannah girl. I love you.!

2: Once upon a time, there was a little girl with beautiful brown eyes and fine brown hair. Her name was Hannah Pearl Chambers. Hannah, because her oldest sister Kenzie had decreed it so.

3: And Pearl, because she was as precious as a deep-sea jewel to her parents.

4: You, my brown-eyed girl. | Hannah loved many things.

5: She loved to be silly.

6: She loved to swing high, high into the air.

7: She loved her purple princess blanket, which spread perfectly on her bottom bunk.

8: She loved to cook, especially if it involved cracking eggs, her specialty.

9: She loved to be beautiful and fabulous.

10: She loved to sleep with Bear, who helped to scare away bad dreams.

11: And even though her parents told her not to, she loved to suck her thumb while she lay on her pillow.

12: You, my brown-eyed girl. | But most of all. . .

13: She loved her long, long skirt.

14: It reached to her shoes and was flowery and frilly and soft. She loved it inside. She loved it outside.

15: She loved it camping. She loved it hiking. She loved it at school. She loved it at play. (She even tried to wear it to bed.)

16: But one day Hannah put the lovely long skirt on, and it wasn't very long anymore.!

17: She was growing up, and the skirt was growing short!

18: Hannah was glad to be growing up, but she was sad to say goodbye to her long skirt.

19: She might have cried a little. But that was okay, because then she began to think of things that she would never grow out of. . .

20: First, there was her daddy. She couldn't outgrow him.

21: Next, there was her mommy-- and mommies are forever.

22: Sisters make the best friends. | And then there was Kenzie, through thick and thin, a big sister and best friend.

23: Not to forget Ellie-Bellie, a little sister with the same chocolate eyes, always watching her.

24: In fact, Hannah could think of about 10,000 reasons to be happy.

25: (And she could think of about 10,000 uses for a lovely, long skirt.)

26: So Hannah smiled, hugged her family and went to play.

27: The End.

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  • By: Stephanie
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  • Title: A Girl and Her Skirt
  • A little book for my Hannah girl.
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  • Published: almost 9 years ago