MY SOUTHERN ACCENT IS REAL! UNLIKE SOMEONE’S... (*stares at Alex*)
I promised y’all a little story featuring my three new dolls, Joss, Lia, and Macy.
by Briana/ @LightsCameraDollz!
Macy only held tighter to my hand as I rang the doorbell. Next to my, my best friend, Lia, stood still. I squeaked a little as the door opened. “I’m Lia...” My usually overwrought blonde bestie quivered. “Macy.” My sister whispered. “The name’s Joss,” I finished. “Well, Lia, Macy, and Joss...” the curly-haired blonde mused, “a few things.” On her list were things like, “Don’t confuse Sofia and I just because we’re both described as curly-haired blondes,” and “If Ruth bakes, don’t touch it until Ruth says you can.” I don’t think Macy was listening. Speaking of Macy, she was now holding a doll and playing with a young, freckled girl. “I’M SAVANNAH!” She yelled at me. “I can hear you,” I mumbled. I didn’t want people to think they’d have to shout at me to get me to hear them. Who cares about my dumb hearing aid, anyways? “Hey! That hearing aid is expensive and a heap and a whole lotta help,” Lia said. Did I say that out loud? “That’s not your business,” I retorted, and lay across the couch. I could swear my leg popped as a girl accidentally sat on me. “Sorry!” She giggled, and turned on a Star Wars movie. “Oh, I LOVE Star Wars!” I cried, and got comfy. Maybe halfway through the movie, my hearing began to fade. I fingered my hearing aid, and it was still there. Oh, dang. The battery’s out! I don’t honkin’ care that I’m a teenager. I get so scared when I can’t hear. ”Alex!” Even my own words were faint. I read her lips to reveal, “Yes, Joss?” As a reply. “My, it’s my hearing...my hearing aid. It’s...out of...it’s out of battery!” I stammered. I was telling Macy that she‘d be fine here...
I was needing that reassurance myself.
SOOOOOooooo, what do you think? do you have Joss? Who is your newest doll? What scary things happen to you a lot? my answers:
Yes! I really recommend her
Lia. Joss shipped first, than Macy the next day, and just two days ago, Lia!
i hate walking in front of my friends. I feel like they’ll talk behind my back.