An entry in Brandy's Diary.Dear Diary,Today I had to spend all day with Whiskers.Okay, let me explain. He got bitten by these orange frogs with black stripes. Ed said that Whiskers would fall asleep for fifty years! And, being the wonderfully generous girl I am, I spent the whole day making his dreams come true.They were some of the most stupid and pointless things ever. The first one on his list was to kiss a pretty girl, and I was the only one around. I tried to avoid that one as LONG as possible.So, I spent the whole day doing one stupid thing after another with him. Finally, there was a party at our tree house to give him a "good night". He still didn't get his kiss from a pretty girl, and no one else was going to it. It was kinda my fault for making him chase after the frog.Anyway, I kissed him and he called me the prettiest girl in the universe. Which is true.I found out that the frog that puts you to sleep for fifty years is black with orange stripes. So, he was safe after all. Too bad I had to spen
I'll Never Leave You.Eventually, every child grows tired of their imaginary friend. They grow old, make new friends and their imaginary friend fades away or goes somewhere else. It is very rare that someone sticks with their imaginary friend for longer than a few years. But, when it does happen, there is a strong bond between them. A bond so strong that it can easily be mistaken for love. Or, is it what it seems?Herriman was sitting alone in his office, filling out papers. Or, at least, he was trying to fill out papers. The giant rabbit had been a little absent minded all day. A few weeks ago, Frankie had said something that he couldn't get away from."Eventually, all children tire of their imaginary friends," he said."Yours didn't," Frankie said.Madame Foster had never given him up. He had always been by her side no matter what. He even became the president of their home for abandoned imaginary friends. They had been together through everything.'Everything but what I wanted,' he thought.