A Mindful Mermaid Story

Hey there! I think that mindfulness is a helpful thing to use. Hope you enjoy it. Visit my mindfulness blog post to learn more. I recently wrote Happy Dogs.

Mindful Mermaid

Once upon a time, there lived a mermaid who always had prefered to be having adventurous to staying in her mermaid cave. Her name was Evangeline E. (E stands for Emma) Rose. One day, her parents wanted her to be like her mermaid siblings. Despite what her parents wanted her to do, she wanted to be full of life. So she went to do some MM (mermaid meditation) to see who was right.

Even the meditation didn’t help, so she fretted until a fairy godmother suddenly appeared and Evangeline exclaimed, “Thank goodness! Can you help me decide who’s side to take?” So the godmother said, “Oh my goodness! I can help you by telling you to be mindful of your parents’ choice.” So Evangeline went to talk over her choice with her parents and after a while, they saw how mindful she was. They could also see that she had a point. So they let her continue to be adventurous and she lived happily ever after. That’s the story of how Evangeline learned to be mindful.

If you look carefully, you can see Evangeline being mindful. She might give you mindful advice!

Sparkle: A Sparkly Life as a Fairy Princess

Hello, everyone! If you have a holiday you’re celebrating, enjoy it! This story is a fantasy version of my life. Hope you enjoy my story!

Once upon a time, there lived two parents who wanted at least a daughter and a son. So one night on September 13 in the year 2000, a daughter was born at 9:00pm. Her name was Sparkle because her eyes sparkled like diamonds ever since she opened her eyes for the first time. When Sparkle was 4, her mother discovered that her daughter had a short arm deletion called 18p- and her mother decided to find out as much as possible about 18p-. When Sparkle was 5, her parents had a son on November 12 in the year 2005. His name was Ocean because he had ocean colored eyes ever since he had opened his eyes for the first time. When she was 9, she went to her first 18p- conference in Las Vegas. She made 2 friends named Rainbow and Shimmer and she had a lot of fun at her 1st conference! Ever since then, she liked the conferences. She had gotten books, clothes, homemade stuff, and other store-bought stuff for Christmases to come. When she was 15, she got almost everything she wanted especially the laptop and telescope. She even got what she wanted for her birthday. So far, they live happily ever after! 

Please note that I changed some of the details for safety reasons! Thank you for reading my story!

I got this at https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/73/f2/42/73f242994aa7b7d8eb50009e89b4add0.jpg but orginally I got it at Google Images.



Books I Recommend: The Littles Go To School by John Peterson

Hi there! Here’s the 11th book recommendation list!

1. Littles Go To School by John Peterson
2. The Lost Princessby Debbie Dadey
3. The War that Saved My Lifeby Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
4. The Year the Swallows Came Earlyby Kathryn Fitzmaurice
5. The Case of the Missing Moonstoneby Jordan Stratford
6. Amber Brown Is Tickled Pinkby Paula Danziger
7. The Littles and the Trash Tiniesby John Peterson
8. Riddlesby Pam Rosenburg
9. The Barefoot Book of Ballet Storiesby Jane Yolen and Heidi E. Y. Stemple
10. The Mystery of the Traveling Tomatoesby Gertrude Chandler Warner
11. Nevada by Julie Murray
12. Calliope Day Falls . . . in Love?by Charles Haddad
13. Summer’s Endby Audrey Couloumbis
14. One Hundred and One Read Aloud Classicsby Pamela Horn
15.Ivy’s Ever Afterby Dawn Lairamore
16. Easter Paradeby Eloise Greenfield


(Please note that I couldn’t find the real riddle book)

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Books I Recommend: Ever By Gail Carson Levine

Hi everyone! Here is the 8th recommendation list!

1. Ever by Gail Carson Levine
2. The Chain Letter by Julie Schumacher
3. Georgia’s Greatness by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
4. Signed by Zelda by Kate Feiffer
5. Jackie’s Jokes by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
6. The Arkadians by Lloyd Alexander
7. Marcia’s Madness by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
8. A Question of Magic by E.D. Baker
9. Cousins of Clouds by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
10. Every Day After by Laura Golden
11. Petal’s Problems by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
12. Rebecca’s Rashness by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

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