Isabelle Hopper yawned, and hopped out of bed.
She went downstairs for breakfast. Her mother gave her some lime juice, grapes, and toast with strawberry jam. Isabelle munched her food silently.
She looked outside, it had just finished raining and there was a rainbow in the sky.
She decided that today would be the perfect day to go on a spring adventure with her friend Brooke Tippyscotch. Isabelle's mom, Stephanie, handed her a luncheon basket. Isabelle thanked her, and off she went.
She walked over to Brooke's house, and rang the doorbell. Brooke opened the door, and smiled when she saw Isabelle.
Isabelle told Brooke her idea. Brooke loved her idea, and off they went.
Isabelle and Brooke first went to go look at the giant lavender plant they had heard of. It was big indeed. They rubbed their paws on the plant, and they smelled their hands. Their hands smelled heavenly.
Then they went over to the big Brambly Tree, which stood in the heart of Brambly Corners. Isabelle was brave, and climbed the Brambly Tree, despite it being muddy under the Brambly Tree.
Then they decided to head over to an area they saw before that looked perfect to stop and have lunch. First, though, they stopped at a giant puddle. Neither of them were brave enough to walk into the puddle, so they just stood at the side of the puddle staring at their reflections.
Then they had a delicious lunch of Salad, Cheese, Orange Juice, and Roast Beef Sandwiches. It was amazing!
Then they decided to look at clouds. Isabelle thought one cloud looked like the Brambly Tree, Brooke thought the same cloud looked like a sandwich. I'm not sure how they thought that they looked like those items, because I thought it looked like a river.
Then they went over to a sundial sculpture. They looked at it, confused. They didn't know what the sundial was. They also were confused why half of the sundial was wet and the other half wasn't.
Isabelle and Brooke then went back to Brooke's house and went in her conservatory.
They played around in it for a while, then Brooke had to go home. It had been a great day, indeed!
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