The pet of my sister Pillow Featherbed is a little sheep, his height is 0.8 inches. His name is “Dreamy”, and he is very friendly. His hair is white as snow and fluffy like the cotton flower, his face and legs are pink and he has bulging black eyes. Dreamy always uses an orange nightcap with a pink pompom. He loves to jump and he always follow my sister Pillow Fetherbed everywhere, like a baby sheep following his mother. So when my sister is not around, Dreamy bleats to call her and tries to find her. In truth, I can say that Pillow is his substitute mother because she has been taking care of Dreamy since he was born, she fed him with a milk bottle until he could eat by himself fresh herbs from the Lalaloopsy woods. She found him there, but this is a story I will tell you about in another post.
My pet is a little white mouse with yellow ears and pink tail. I named her “Buttons”. She is 0.9 inches. Buttons is my permanent companion. I love to tie a pink ribbon around her ear. Button’s pink tail forms a heart shape, her ears seems to be a pair of waffles and her eyes looks like little black buttons, that’s why I have chosen the name for my beloved pet. She loves to eat the crumbs that are left from our tea parties and to stay calmly on my shoulder watching our activities. She is a curious little tender mouse.
We the Mini Lalaloopsy people usually go outside right after the rain because we have to collect the drops of rain that remain on flowers and some plants after the rain. Those drops have special flavors and special qualities given by those flowers and plants. So my sister Pillow Featherbed and me, Crumbs Sugar Cookie, as well as all the Mini Lalaloopsy people, have been very busy looking for those drops and collecting them in a diversity of iridescent crystal bottles perfectly kept in our communitarian flowery water hall.
Even though I’m old enough to play with toys, in 2012 I saw some beautiful little dolls at a store and I couldn’t help not to buy them. First, I bought a little doll named Crumbs Sugar Cookie but because it was difficult to decide which of them to buy, the next month I thought “why not buying another one?” So I went to the store and buy Pillow Featherbed.
I kept the little dolls inside their boxes in the closet for some months and forget about them, but one day I thought that they were so cute that I should show the little dolls to my friends, so one day I took them from home to put them at my office desk and left them there for some days. Another day, I took my camera to the office with the idea to take photographs after job of what I see on the streets, though suddenly when I saw the little dolls at my desk, I felt I wanted to take a photo of them. After that photo, I thought about doing this blog, so I could use the little dolls if not playing as a child, at least in something else. In this way, I would practice my writing skills (I’m a Spanish language native speaker), as well as using my imagination to create the adventures of the the two little dolls.
As I stated in my first post, back in 2012, this blog is going to narrate a tale about the Mini Lalaloopsy twin sisters, named Crumbs Sugar Cookie and Pillow Featherbed, by photographing the two little dolls around the (real) world. The narration will be in first person, in the voice of Crumbs Sugar Cookie, the doll with the pink hair.
The main idea is to have fun by doing this blog and spread some fun to readers who are willing to read a fantasy story.
marianne gv, April 21, 2014
My twin sister Pillow Featherbed loves to host sleepover parties for our friends where we read stories together, drink milk, eat cookies and count sheep until we all fall asleep. Two of her favorite activities are reading and writing tales that she imagines to storytelling in her sleepover parties. Pillow loves to take promenades in the forest and sit over there surrounded by nature to get inspired for her tales. She always carry a notebook, so she can write anytime she has a sudden idea for her storytelling. She usually is daydreaming due to her imagination.
I am Crumbs Sugar Cookie. I love to drink flowery tea that I prepare from the drops of water that remain on the colorful and aromatic flowers I find during long promenades in the forest after the rain. I also love to host tea parties for my friends and let them know about my recent finds of flowers for the teas, and taste the variety of preparations I make from these delicious flowers. I like to bake cookies and cakes too, prepared by the wonderful ingredients that nature give us, and share my baking with friends during the tea parties. Another hobby I really enjoy is to stitch and I love to share it with my friends too, so I invite them once a week to stitch with me at home and chat about the joys of Lalaloopsy life, while we enjoy tea and dessert.
Here is a picture of us.
I am Crumbs Sugar Cookie, the girl with the pink hair, and my twin sister Pillow Featherbed has purple color hair. Our height is 3 inches. I was born 30 seconds before my little sister Pillow, so I always look after her.
We the Lalaloopsy people are born at the beginning of each Saros cycle, which is an 18-year and 11 1/3 days period across which lunar and solar eclipses repeat in the same sequence as a result of the repetition of . When a lunar eclipse takes place at the beginning of this cycle and a dewdrop touches a flower, we are born, so we are saronic creatures born during this special red light atmosphere created by the blood moon.
Pillow and I were born when the first lunar eclipse of the past Saros cycle took place. We are twins because we were born from the same dewdrop that splited when it landed on a rock, and then touched two different flowers, one was a pink flower and the other was a purple color flower, and that is the reason we have different hair color according to the different flowers from we were born.