Guest Post from Sophie: “Sleepovers”

posted Wednesday April 23rd, 2014

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one day me and my grandma are going to the mall and we got lunch and then we went shopping for cloths  and then we  went to  h and m and  then we bumped into  Sarah and her mom i said that can i sleep over  together and we went out for dinner we got sushi  and we loved it so much and we went  to back other house and we go to  see my old friend  her name is Mackenzie   and she  haves a bull dog it was awesome time and we went to   see aldc  and we saw all of the people  there i saw the girl   and wen to to the  studio   i was the best there we  went to  the stage i dance with  the  girl”s  it was awesome  we won Abbie  was  proud of us we got 1000 place  we got diner together and then we all went to  bed in the same bed  but the grown  ups did not sleep in the bed   they never see me ever and the  i lived there

And the edited version:

One day my grandma and I went to the mall and we got lunch and then we went shopping for clothes and then we went to H & M. And then we bumped into Sarah and her mom. I asked if we could have a sleepover together and we went out for dinner. We got sushi. And we loved it so much and we went to another house to see my old friend. Her name is Mackenzie. And she has a bulldog. It was an awesome time and we went to see the Abby Lee Dance Company. We saw all of the people there. I saw the girl and went to the studio. I was the best there. We went to the stage, I danced with the girls. It was awesome. We won. Abby was proud of us, we got 1000 place. We got dinner together and then we all went to bed in the same bed but the grown ups did not sleep in the bed. They never see me ever, and I lived there.

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One Response to “Guest Post from Sophie: “Sleepovers””

  1. A story by Bob, who is very happy tonight:

    Once upon a time some people dreamed that, someday, Sophie could write.

    When they woke up, their dream came true.

    The end.

    Except it’s nowhere near the end.

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Amy Silverman has two beautiful daughters, Annabelle and Sophie. Sophie has Down syndrome. These days, Amy divides the world into two groups: the people who adore Sophie, and those who don’t look twice. Amy has to remind herself that once upon a time -- when it came to people who are "different" -- she fell in the latter category. And therein lies the blog... Read more
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