She Wore A Raspberry Today

The Following Adventure Was Brought To You By:
 Annie by Journey in Raspberry – Prism
 Innocence (Chocolate) – Rosy Mood Hair
 Khaleesi’s Temptation (Jewelry) – Maxi Gossamer
 Iva Lipstick Set B-7 – Modish

 She Wore A Raspberry Today

Dear Adventurers,
I’m in quite a playful mood today.
With school almost at an end and summer quickly approaching, the urge to explore and do so while wearing cute and comfortable clothing took total control.
Lucky for me, Prism came to my rescue with their Annie by Journey in Raspberry short set and matching fringe boots which are included.

A perfect outfit requires a perfect place to wear it and Happiness is Liberty, where your problems are forgotten and the relaxation begins, seemed to be the ticket.

 My first stop once I landed was their mini amusement park.  A horse from the carousel neighed at me so I reciprocated by jumping on it’s back.  As I whirled around feeling totally unconstrained in my Prism shorts, a four letter word caught my eye…
I had to have a slice or two…or three.
But, what is lunch without desert?
Near the pizza parlor was a small cart releasing a familiar smell — an aroma that quickly hurled me back to my childhood….. 
The there and soon not there pink fluffy confection was a favorite of mine and I had to have one.
Well…maybe two.
Thank goodness Prism created my outfit with such forgiving fabric allowing me to eat to my heart’s content. Bonzai!
Carrying over the giddiness of childhood memories, I jumped onto a long wall and hopped along it’s edge.
 I loved how the fringe on my boots tossed to and fro as I carefully made my way down the wall’s length.

Exhausted, me playing like a kid was over.  Adult mode was in order and what better way than to sit back and relax with a nice glass of red wine.
 Happiness Is Liberty’s cafe had just the atmosphere I was looking for.  Quiet and serene, I relaxed in my chair as I sipped from a crystal glass.  
It was a perfect ending to a perfect day!
Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. 
But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”

 ~ Fred Rodgers ~
 ♥ ♡♥ ♡


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