It’s the A to Z Challenge and letter D! Let’s see what we’ve got today:
Now I know what you’re thinking, this prolly isn’t a middle grade title. It’s not. But seeing as it’s SPRING and I suffer from allergies, I thought it to be an appropriate title.
So here’s the story: little Dixie is the only child in her class who doesn’t have an allergy. The other children need identifiable bracelets to show that they are special. In a class full of allergies, Dixie feels left out and ordinary. So she wishes for an allergy. You know what they say; be careful what you wish for?
You guessed it! She gets an allergy. As an allergy sufferer I can tell you they’re not fun. Unless your idea of fun is sneezing like a big goober and feeling like a globbery mess.
The other problem? Dixie needs to stop wishing for things and just be satisfied with who she is, right?
Right, cuz I think you’re pretty awesome just as you are!
And speaking of awesome, tomorrow is letter E!