May 20, 2009

Do you remember this face?

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This face HERE was due to this situation HERE.

Well her NANA & POP saw this face and couldn’t bear to see that their precious, sweet, perfect, little Grand-Petite looked this sad. They wanted to try to fix that purdy little face of hers, so they sent a special package.
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Getting a package made Grand-Petite EXCITED, ELATED, AND SPILL OVER WITH SMILES…Grand-Petite couldn’t wait to get into that package…
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Ripping the box open she pulled out the one thing that might make that frown turn upside down.
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A new pair of pink boots sized to fit her petite little foot. “YEE HAW, HOT DOG, GIDDY UP”, she yelled as she rushed to put on these here pink boots.
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Sitting at the table to eat her afternoon snack…Grand-Petite one had an air of confidence about her.
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And quickly replaced this…

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With THIS!
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THANK YOU NANA & POP!

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Comments (5)

suzanne said:

Oh, how adorable!! Love the pink boots!!

Suzanne


Michaela said:

Haha! Thats so sweet! I LOVE those boots Julianna!! I want a pair! :)


artist in NC said:

Pink boots are soooo perfect for a lovely young girl! They will add zip to all your wardrobe. Just what you needed!! You wear them well!!!!!


Valerie said:

Oh how sweet! Grandparents know just the thing to fix those frowns!

I have a similar post about worn out shoes (I think from March titled 70 Years of Oz of My) that you might have to visit. My little one just adores ruby red slippers from Target and wears them until her toes pop out!

Good thing we live in Kansas!

Blessings,
Valerie


Rebecca said:

What a lucky girl to have such sweet, generous grandparents!


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