It has been an interesting ride for yellow baby. She still only has one eye and one of her legs is hanging on by a thread. She enjoyed a cabin/camping trip in 2011 where she was thrown into the lake by her Uncle, but she came out cleaner and happier for it in the long run. She has taken countless trips to the grocery store and the Y over the years and still enjoys the prime spot in bed when it is time to sleep. Lily provides her with a cardigan to keep her warm on cold days and makes her tea and cookies at least once a week, allowing her to entertain her friends New Baby, Elmo Toy and George Monkey.
I suspect there is something going on there with George Monkey but she does not like to talk about it. I try to respect her privacy.
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (41) DD (5) DS (2) Just eat it, will ya
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