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Little Miss Molly Purdew
By Timmie L. M. Ferguson
Tuesday, January 05, 2010

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This is a character I created so that I could write cute little stories for a very precious friend of mine. She is now 7 years old and is battling for her life with a horrible condition called neuroblastoma. I love you Lexie Wexie!!!!!

Little Miss Molly Purdew

This is the story of Molly Purdew,
she's a sweet little girl,
who'll share adventures with you.

She lives with her parents,
on Featherly Road,
Molly's not very big,
only 4 years old.

She has baby kittens, a dog and a crow,
each day Molly wishes,
the kittens would grow.

Our story starts out,
one night in July,
Molly was watching,
as neighbors drove by.

"Come here little Molly, come here" mother said,
"It's that time of day, time to lay down your head."

"Put on your jammies, and pick up your clothes,"
"crawl into bed, and soon you will doze."

Snuggly and warm,
her mom said good-night,
a kiss and a hug,
then mom ducked out of sight.

Rubbing her eyes,
Molly turned and she yawned,
knowing like always,
she'd wake before dawn.

****Ding-a-ling-a-ling, ****Ding-a-ling-a-ling,
moms alarm starts to ring.

Molly stretches a little,
then opens her eyes,
she takes a deep breath,
and lets out a sigh.

Her mom soon appears,
and flashes a grin,
"Are you ready Little Molly,"
"for the day to begin."

"It's time to get up, time to get out of bed,"
Molly's mother exclaims,
"you dear sleepy head."

"Get yourself dressed, and go wash your face,"
"then pick up these toys, all over the place."

Mom went downstairs,
to make something to eat,
Molly washed up her face,
and polished her teeth.

Molly got dressed,
took her toys off the floor,
then she turned and she headed,
right out the door.

Molly hopped and she bounded,
right down the stairs,
eager to see,
what her mom had prepared.

Waiting on the table,
there was toast and some jam,
it's better than last night,
mom cooked noodles and spam.

Mom said, "Sit down and eat, eat it all up,"
"I'll pour you some juice, go grab me a cup."

Molly ate her food quickly,
then put her dishes away,
she zippered up her jacket,
then went out to play.

Daisy was waiting,
she barked with delight,
Molly said, "we'll check on the kittens,"
"then fly my new kite."

Molly and Daisy moved this way and that,
at the end of the yard,
they found mamma cat.

Molly picked up the cat,
and gave her a squeeze,
then she put the cat down,
and dropped to her knees.

She crawled to the bushes,
saw that the kittens were fine,
"now where," said Molly,
"is that kite of mine."

Molly and Daisy looked here and looked there,
they looked for that kite,
they looked everywhere.

In the garage,
on top of that thing,
the two found the kite,
now for some string.

Everything was set,
they were ready to go,
then out of the sky,
flew Calvin the crow.

"Good morning," said Molly "where have you been?"
"My kite is now ready, to fly in the wind."

Up went the kite,
way up in the sky,
Molly couldn't believe,
it was going so high.

There on the grass,
sat her and her pet,
they were flying a kite,
having fun - YOU BET!

Hours upon hours,
the pair stayed in that spot,
the sun shining brightly,
and soon they were hot.

Twisting and twirling,
the string all around,
it was now time to bring,
the kite to the ground.

Molly and Daisy,
like to run and to play,
enjoying each other,
all through the day.

Molly's mother,
finally appeared at the door,
she said, "it's time to come in,"
"little girls nap when they're 4."

So inside went Molly,
upstairs to her bed,
she crawled under the covers,
"sleep well," mother said.

So now you've met Molly,
little Molly Purdew,
she shared her adventures,
and fun-time with you.

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