Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Mini Dolls Head To Copenhagen (Part 3)

Hi, everyone!

Felicity: Green
Rebecca: Red
Kirsten: Blue
Kirsten LE (Limited Edition): Yellow
Emily: Orange

Here is what happened after we entered the big bushes, looking for Hans Christian Andersen's ghost...

When we made our way through the bushes we finally saw a stream of light...

We walked across the hill to see what was hiding behind it...

AH, THE SUN! The burning sunlight!

We crawled out of the darkness walked over to the water.

There was a giant bridge...
Full of bikers!!!

Kirsten and I took some photos on the bridge...

Then I saw this little creature.
I told Tilde to let me down so I could say hello to him.

He looked at me with an odd expression.

"Hi!" I squealed.
He kept staring at me but then turned around and left.
He did look back at me with what seemed like a smile, though, before he spread his wings and flew off.
I smiled back at him.

Then we found this pretty sun flare...

It had been a wonderful day in Copenhagen, but it was time to go back home...
Guys, it's all dark outside! What if we have been invaded by ink monsters?! Oh, my pour kitten, she's afraid of dark!

It's just a tunnel, Rebecca! Stop sounding like Felicity!

Besides, it's late, so it's probably dark outside by now.

Ah, my toes feel so cozy and warm!

This train ride is boring me...

What do you guys want to do?

I feel like having a picnic! Or possibly sleeping... *Yawn!* I haven't quite made up my mind yet!

Then the girls all realized that they were kind of sleepy.
So they sat down in the passenger seat and started chatting about their day.
"Hmm... If you could use only one adjective to describe our day, which would it be?" Emily asked the other girls.
"Sparkletastic!" Kirsten exclaimed and spread her arms in the air like she was painting a rainbow.
"Fabulous!" Said Rebecca and flipped her hair.
"Fun!" Kirsten said and giggled.
"Jolly!" Said Felicity, who was sitting in Tilde's lap. She still doesn't like trains. But she made sure none of us captured the moment on film.
"I myself would describe it as beautiful!" Said Emily and smiled brightly.


See you soon,
Kirsten, Emily, Kirsten, Rebecca and Felicity!

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