Today, this post definitely requires your participation. Today is Girls Write Now Day. To quote the Girls Write Now website:
"March 8 is Girls Write Now Day, or, as we like to think of it, Girls Write Everywhere Day. It is a day to encourage girls of all ages everywhere in the world to put pen to paper and explore the beauty and power of their unique, creative voices. It is a day to celebrate girls, girl writers, and overall girl awesomeness."
I have absolutely no trouble believing all of you ladies out there possess incredible amounts of overall girl awesomeness. So, I am requesting the assistance of all girls (women) for this blog post. We want to write a round robin story. We used to do this all the time when the girls were younger. It's a great way to pass time waiting in a restaurant or in a car with kids.
I will start the story. All of you must continue it with your own additions, however long or short, in the comments section. So please--if you've never commented before and you are female (sorry guys), please do it now. And tell your female friends to come add to our wonderful (strange?) story.
Once upon a time, there was a small rabbit named McGillicutty. She could not spell her own name for kindergarten. Who could? But it left the little rabbit very sad. So one day, she decided to . . . . Take it from there, ladies.