Baby Bear

Once upon a time, Goldilocks needed some jam for her toast. She was quite fond of toast. Goldie-locks toasted up some delicious wheat toast only to discover she was out of jam and all the nearby markets had closed.

Goldilocks  threw an epic fit.

Once she regained her sanity, she decided to go next door to the Bear’s house. They were always making jam from scratch, so surly they could spare a couple of table spoons for Goldilocks’s toast. She got next door only to discover that all three Bears had gone on vacation.

Goldilocks threw and epic fit. Again.

Once she regained her sanity (again), she decided to break into the Bears house. OK, maybe she didn’t entirely regain her sanity, but she really needed some jam. So Goldilocks sneaked in the back through a window. Once in, she made her way to the kitchen and opened the cupboards to see what they had.

The first jam she found was Papa Bear’s Apple Ginger, which was delicious. But it was too solid to spread. Goldilocks kept looking.

 

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The second jam she found was Mama Bear’s Orange Creamsicle. It too was delicious, but was really more of a syrup than a jam.

The third jam she found was Baby Bear’s Blueberry Ginger. And it was delicious and spreadable. It was just right.

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Goldilocks grabbed a jar of the good stuff and left back through the window from which she’d come.

 

Epilogue:

When the Bears returned from their vacation Baby Bear found his jam was missing. They knew Goldilocks had a history of breaking and entering, so they confronted her. She admitted to her crime and has to serve 300 hours of community service for her jam theft.

She still thinks it was totally worth it.

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About mesha

Hi! I love cats and I love yarn. Knitting and kitties are two of my favorite things!
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2 Responses to Baby Bear

  1. Wawa says:

    Yay! You got one just right! 🙂

  2. mesha says:

    Finally! 🙂

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