Hi everyone. Until American Girl Camp comes on June 2nd we will start the American Girl story. Today we will start Saige’s story So here we go……
Saige Copeland woke up in the suburb of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The air smelled of honey and cornbread…. cornbread! Saige sat up and smiled. Saige ran out the bedroom down the hall and sat down at the top of the stairs. She pushed off and went bumping down the stairs. At the bottom she stood up and smiled. “Hi Mom” Saige said sitting down at the table. “Hi honey” Saige’s mom replied. Saige’s mom set down a plate. Saige took a bite of the cornbread it was soft, creamy, and sweet. “Mmm.. it’s delicious mom” Saige mumbled with a full mouth. “Oh honey, I wanted to show you this,” Saige’s mom said suddenly. Saige’s mom got her iPad and clicked some stuff and then she passed the iPad to Saige. It read:
Camp Green Willow is a beautiful summer camp located in Little Rock, Arkansas. There are crafts, horseback riding, nature class, swimming, and many other things. We go on field trips to Hot Springs and other places in the Southeast. Your girls will share a nice room with 3 other girls. There are two bunk beds, four desks, a bathroom, a kitchen, and living room. It goes from June 2nd, 2014 to September 2nd, 2014. Girls will meet other girls. It’s $500.00 dollars only.
“So want to do it?” Saige’s mom asked. Saige’s eyes widened. “Yes, yes of course” Saige yelled. She danced around the kitchen. Saige ran up the stairs excitedly. Saige put on her tunic outfit. Saige pulled on her backpack and yelled “good bye mom, good bye dad.”
At school she sat down next to her best friend Gaby. Their teacher Mrs. Applewood started talking. They all had written reports about food from different countries. Gaby’s was about German foods. She brought in some gingerbread and jelly doughnuts. Saige’s mom loves to cook and made Sugar Cakes, Sweet Potato Pudding, and Coconut Pie.
After school Saige told mom about the delicious desserts. It was a terrific day.
I hope you enjoyed the story everyone.
Your story maker,