Little Sally’s New House

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Little Sally wanted a doll house in the worst way. But she knew what mother would say.

“No!” That’s what mother would say. “You have enough stuff cluttering up your room, Sally. I don’t think you would last five minutes playing with a doll house.”

Maybe Mother was right, but Little Sally still wanted one. She had seen a beaut at The Toy Box, it even lit up and it wasn’t that big, she decided to enlist Grandma.

“When you were little did you ever have a doll house?”

“Oh yes, dear, I did.”

“I would love one for Christmas.”

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(where there is a will, Little Sally finds a way)

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Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie ~ Photo Challenge #292
I knew the moment I saw this fabulous photo by Oleg Oprisco that I had to write a story. 100 words of course. Check out the other stories at MM, maybe write one yourself.

11 responses

  1. Loved this, it was simple and charming, Kinda reminded me of when my Granny told me stories.

    1. Yep, Little Sally’s no fool.

  2. There is something about a doll house. I know I’ve always wanted one, but just to furnish and look at not to play with. That would take way too much imagination…

    1. I’ve seen your imagination in action, I think you could handle a doll house.

  3. Nice. The photo makes me uneasy. I wonder if her doll house is haunted?

    1. I had the same reaction, but I don’t think that is the one Little Sally is getting.

  4. Great story I too wanted one for Christmas and that is the nite I found out santa was mt dad as i woke up to hearing clicking i peeked and saw him put the aluminum tabs into slots and clicking shut lol But I loved the doll house and had it for years,
    Thanks for awaking good memories
    Hope u r having a great birthday
    xoxo

    1. That’s so funny, I found out when mine was setting up an electric train.

  5. I was hoping for a horror story. That’s what the image summoned in me.

    1. One would think. Love that image.

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