Angry Candy Story

Hey there, everyone! I recently wrote Emotions With Animals: Angry DucksA Sad Princess StoryEmotions With Animals: Sad CatsA Happy FairyHappy DogsA Mindful Mermaid Story, and Mindful Goslings.

Once upon a time, there lived a red chewy candy who was always angry and her name was Angel. One day, Angel got angry for some unknown reason. Her candy buddies decided to investigate what could have made her angry but first, they had to look for some possible clues.

While they were investigating, Angel met with her candy friend, Sneaky Spice-Rika who was always acting innocent but Sneaky was hiding something from Angel. The investigators found strawberry flavored licorice, spices, and mint candy. So they went back to their club called Secret Detective Club to plan their next step of the mystery.

They put together a list of suspicious candy suspects with other candy suspects to talk to. The candy suspects’ were Sneaky Spice-Rika, Strawbella, and Sugarlicious.  They set out to talk to Sugarlicious first. “I did see something very unusual, odd, and peculiar this morning.” said Sugarlicious, “I saw Sneaky Spice-Rika near Angel”.  So the buddies said,”Thank you”! and moved on to talk to Strawbella but apparently she didn’t see anything strange.  Finally, they talked to Sneaky Spice-Rika and she said she was only near Angel to talk to her. So they went to Angel to get more facts and she said it was to comfort her. So the investigators went on to explain the whole story.

When Angel had heard the whole story, she chuckled and explained to them that no one had made her angry but herself. She also said that she had a bad argument with her candy parents, Coca and Choc. The investigators went back to everyone what they had learned. First, they stopped by Sugarlicious to tell her what she had thought was actually an act of kindness. Next, they stopped by Strawbella to tell her that Angel had been angry and she was made angry all on her own.

Lastly, they visited Sneaky Spice-Rika to apologize about suspecting her. The investigators thanked her for being such a great friend. Angel forgot about being angry and never got angry again. If you look closely, you can see Angel in any chewy red candy you or your friends eat.

I hope you enjoyed this story. Join us every Friday for the newest edition of Emotions With Animals!

Emotions With Animals: Angry Ducks

Hey there, everyone! Welcome back to Emotions With Animals. This week’s emotion is Anger. I also have recently wrote A Sad Princess StoryEmotions WIth Animals: Sad CatsA Happy FairyHappy DogsA Mindful Mermaid Story, and Mindful Goslings if you haven’t seen these blog posts yet. Thank you for everyone who has visited these linked blog posts!

Angry ducks hiss and beat nearby ducks. Angry ducks can fight like people. Angry ducks are similar to people.

Angry people have meltdowns. Angry people have arguments. Angry people also hiss. Angry people beat other people and objects.

Here are some ways to stop anger:

Separate emotion and action: It’s easier to get rid of the anger when you separate those emotions and actions. You might feel a little better when you do this.

Do Some Exercises: This will cool yourself down when angry. It will also help your body stay healthy and strong.

Delay your Reaction: This will help you get centered again. Inhale deeply and as you exhale, count to ten or repeat a phrase that helps you relax several times.

Distract Yourself: Read a good book that will make you feel happy, watch a movie that will make you smile or feel good, and think of a good memory. You could also try painting, drawing, writing, and more!

Discuss Your Anger With Someone You Trust: This might make you feel better. It could be a family member, friend, or someone you play or work with. The person you talk to may have experienced it themselves.

Listen to Music: Listening to the music may help you feel better. Listen to aggressive music that matches your mood allows you to work through the emotion productively. Listen to slower music (such as acoustic or Hawaiian music) allows you to slow your thought process and calm down.

Write a E-Mail To Yourself: I know it might sound silly but it will help you feel a lot lighter once your done. Write out your anger and then continue to revise the e-mail as you think of new things you would’ve liked to say at the time.

Get everything out of your system about the issue on your own time, as the words come to you. Once you have nothing more to say and you’ve perfected the e-mail.  Go delete the email. Use erasing the e-mail as a symbolic gesture toward letting go of what’s bothering you.

Disconnect from Your Triggers

Watch a Funny Show/Movie: See the Distract Yourself to see info on this section.

Accept and Know: It’s okay to feel angry and be angry.

Focus: Where do you feel the anger in your body? How does it feel? Does it feel tight, painful, or tight.  Focus on all of that. Eventually, it should go away. Of course, if it’s your first few times it may not work for you because it takes practice.

Do something: Take few deep breaths, look at a flower, look at a tree, look at birds, or go for a walk.

Don’t say judgemental things About Anger: You’ll feel better after you have done this.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this blog post. See you next time at Emotions With Animals!

Cute Angry Duck. Doesn’t it look adorable?

 

A Happy Fairy

Hey there, everyone! I recently wrote Happy DogsMindful Goslings, and A Mindful Mermaid Story. I write these stories to go on with the emotion stories.

Once upon a time, there lived a flower fairy who was almost always happy. Her name was Lilac L. (L. stands for Lily) Jane like a flower fairy. She was very happy with her life for a long time. One day while Lilac was fluttering around, she overheard a fairy saying,” Hey, be nice!” and surprisingly Lilac burst into tears. When she calmed down, she decided that she will talk it through with the fairy who had said, “Be nice!” in such a mean voice.

So she set off to find the fairy but the fairy found her first. The fairy said,”I figured you overheard me, so I tried to find you but I couldn’t. Anyway, that was my fairy cousin I was talking to. Do you want to be fairy friends? “. Lilac decided the fairy’s voice was so calm and kind that she went ahead and said yes. From that day forward, Lilac could be found with her fairy friend every day at 3:00pm. Of course, she stayed happy and never burst into tears again. If you listen hard, you might be able to hear Lilac and her fairy friend every day at 3:00pm.

Hope you enjoyed my story. Visit Camilla’s website called Mindful Musings to see more helpful blog posts.

Happy Dogs

Hey, there! I recently wrote Mindful Goslings and if you want to, check the linked blog post out. I also wrote A Mindful Mermaid Story if you also want to check it out. This post is to show some people to be kind, happy, and fun. It’s also to get some fun facts and info.

Happy dogs like to lick you and smell you. Dogs also like to wag their tail when they like you. The dogs also try to cheer you up too.

People are more harder to be happy because they don’t accept looking in the current moment instead of the past or future. When they’re happy, the people seem more cheerful. Here’s some suggestions on how to be happier:

Do a grateful exercise: Gratefulness brings the attention away from distress and other opposites of happy. It brings the attention forward to happiness.

Stop looking for happiness: Realize it is in you already.

Learn To Connect With And Accept Emotion: Here’s how to connect with and accept emotions. Say to yourself repeatedly, I accept emotions. While saying that, ask yourself where you feel that emotion and focus and breathe in that area.

Learn And Practice Mindfulness: Going out in nature can help you learn and practice mindfulness. Check my blogpost about mindful goslings to find out more about how you can be mindful.

Meditation: Meditate every day. If you want, do some intense meditation. Otherwise, stick with easy or moderate meditation.

I got this photo from Google Images.

I got this photo from Google Images.

Check out Camilla’s website called Mindful Musings if you want to find out more useful info. Keep in mind that I post Emotions With Animals every Friday for now if you want to check in with emotions.

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Books I Recommend: The Weight of a Mass by Josephine Nobisso

Hey there! This is my 27th book recommendation list. Please note that near the end there are Amazon short links and I’ll be using them instead.

1. The Weight of a Massby Josephine Nobisso
2. Decemberby Eve Bunting
3. The Telling Stoneby Maureen Doyle McQueen
4.Tink, North of Never Landby Disney
5. A Summer of Sundays by Lindsay Eland
6. Cinderellaby Disney
7. Livvie Owen Lived Here by Sarah Dooley
8. Once Upon A Marigold by Jean Ferris
9. Antastia’s Secret by Suzanne Dunlap
10. Four Clues for Rani by Disney
11. Drizzle by Kathleen Van Cleve
12. The Seven Tales of the Trinket by Shelley Moore Thomas
13. The Class Trip from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler
14. The Magic Finger by Ronald Dahl
15. The Games Book by Huw Davies
16. The Spotted Dog Last Seenby Jessica Scott Kerrin
17. A Single Shardby Linda Sue Park
18. Unhooking the Moonby Gregory Hughes
19. Who’s in Chargeby Courtney Sheinmel
20. Sprinkles & Surprisesby Coco Simon
21. Get Into Gear, Stilton!by Geronimo Stilton
22. The Secret of the Maskby Gertrude Chandler Warner
23. Friends of Liberty by Beatrice Gormley
24. Bailey the Babysitter Fairyby Daisy Meadows
25. Changes for Julieby Megan McDonald
26. Happy New Year, Julieby Megan McDonald
27. Van Goghby Ernest Raboff
28. Yeh-Shinby Ai-Ling-Louie
29. The Boy Who Found The Lightby Dale De Armond
30. The Story of Noodlesby Yang Ching Compestine
by Ying Chang Compestine

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A Friendship Story: A Friendship Between 4 Types of Candy

Hi there! This story will be for friendship. It should be helpful. You are about to enter a story about 4 candies friendship with a moral.

Jellybean went walking and found his friend Rocky (also known as Rock Candy). So Jellybean told him his wish of how he wanted to be seen. After that, Rocky set off to help his friend with a flyer. Shortly after, he ran into Orange Slice.

So he told Orange all about it. Before long, Orange set off to help Jellybean. After that, the candies became desperate and determined to help Jellybean.

A few days later, they ran into Jellybean and they told him their plan and he liked it. The plan was to let Jellybean do funny tricks. In 2 days, they put on a show.

In just 2 months, he got extremely popular. He was happy that his wish came true. From that day, they became best friends.

The moral of that story was if you wish something badly and you tell someone. Chances are you might just get your wish. Wasn’t that a great story?

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I found this photo on Google Images although this photo was really on http://www.economycandy.com/index.php?dispatch=products.view&product_id=753

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A View Of A Princess’s Life

Hi there! Camilla decided that I write a blogpost on whatever I like once a week. You’re about to enter a princess’s life at her birth.

There once lived Queen Lilliana and King Topaz who yearned to have a child (specifically a daughter). One day later, the Queen had a baby girl and the King and the Queen were very happy. They had a christening/baby shower/ party and everyone in the kingdom came.

Everyone watched the queen name the baby. The queen had selected Melody as her name. When Melody was one year old, she talked like a princess should.

She was 3, when she learned to walk like a princess. She was 5 when she was crowned. She began to study at age 7. She got a new bed at 9 years old.

She started washing her hair at 11 years old. She started brushing her hair at 13 years old. She started getting dressed at age 15. She then started liking young princes at school during her 16th year.

She started getting boyfriends in her 17th year. She started dates with boys in her 18th year. She found the perfect boy to marry in her 19th year. She planned the wedding in her 20th year.

She got married in her 21st year. She had babies in her 22nd year. In the 23rd year, she went to work.

In her 24th year, her husband died. In her 25th year, she became ill. In her 26th year, she died but her parents still remember her.

So to remember her, they built a statue, made a speech, a museum, some art, some pictures and some books. Her parents died shortly after all that was done. Her children took place of the throne.

Nobody forgot her. So when they died, they joined her so she didn’t get lonely.

There’s a lesson and the lesson is you should always honor someone after they die especially if that person is special.

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I got this photo at eBay.com but specifically http://www.googleimages.com/.

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Books I Recommend: Flea Circus Summer by Cheryl Ware

Hi there, everyone! Here’s the 6th book recommendation list!

1. Flea Circus Summer by Cheryl Ware
2. The Mystery on the Mississippi by Kathryn Kenny
3. The Happy Yellow Car by Polly Horvath
4. Anastasia, Absolutely by Lois Lowry
5. The Monkey And The Crab by Saru Kani
6. Animalia by Barbara Berger
7. The Berenstain Bears and the Showdown at Chainsaw Gap by Stan & Jan Berenstain
8. Anastasia at your Service by Lois Lowry
9. Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst by Lois Lowry
10. Anastasia on Her Own by Lois Lowry

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Easter Poems

If you love a good poetry mixture, well this will be the right poem for you!

 

E is for Exciting 

A is for Awesome 

S is for Sunny

T is for Tranquil

E is for Eager

R is for Remarkable

A: A easter girl hops on a stone.

B: Beautiful girl she was.

C: Chamelon is out and is turning red.

D: Dandelion is enjoying the weather.

The Easter Day is nice

A feaster hay is peace

May lester stay , Liz mice!

 

Easter

Sunny, Spring

Flowers Bloom

Happy, Likes Birds

Holiday

Blue feels like a ocean. Blue tastes like blueberry. Blue looks like a pool. Blue smells like berry. Blue sounds like a fan.

Team TLC Rocks; a poem

So if you like Team TLC; however, this perhaps is the right poem for you!

T is for  Talent which we do have a lot of talents in this “team”.

E is for enthusiasm  which means we have excitement around us sometimes.

A  is for Awesome which Team TlC is awesome.

M is for Melody or Music which we have melody and music in Team TLC.

T is for Team and of course we are a team or else it would just be the letters “T, L, and C”.

L is for Laughter which we do have a lot of laughing.

C is Calm which we do have calmness.

R is for respect which we do respect each other.

O is for Outside which we go outside.

C is for Cheerful which we are often cheerful.

K is for Kindness which we do have.

S is for Strong which our membership keeps together with.