Pam, I’m trying to space out the fairy tales. After a year of wondering where the next story will come from and then something whispers in my ear, I know I just need to wait, and something will come up. The dolls will tell me what they want to perform next.
Ginny, I didn’t see the dentist or the hygienist that day. One of the office people came and helped me. She knew where everything was and how the chair worked, so I didn’t have to take up the technical people’s time. I think she had fun, too.
Peggy, this is a brilliant story! The dolls are obviously having fun and it will be so reassuring for children who about to have their first visit to the dentist. I bet the dentist had a lot of fun too!
That was good of them, Peggy. Hope you come up with another idea soon. It must be getting harder as you have done so many, but I bet something everyday sparks an idea soon. Good luck. You could always do another fairy tale.
Pam, I’ve had a bit of dental work done during my lifetime. They sent me an information sheet with all the things they tell children who come to visit. I couldn’t fit everything in, because I didn’t want the story to be too long or have too many big words, but I think I got in the main points.
I’m waiting for inspiration to hit for the June 28th story.
Peggy, another perfect idea for a story and perfectly done too. What a good way to introduce dolls and children to the dentist experience. You must have a really understanding dental surgery!
How wonderful they are going to use your story on their website.
Love your dolls! And I love the humour that runs through all your stories. I always have a chuckle at something in every story. Thank you. What a blessing!
Sorry not to post this yesterday. I kept trying, but the website was down. Here’s the link to this week’s story. I hope some of you found it anyway. If this happens again, you can always go to thedollsstorybook.blogspot.com and the new story will be the first one you see.