Hi I’m Kylee. 

I will be posting some fun tutorials on hairstyles and crafts and recipes. Plus you will be able to buy a few of my creations. I have a wide varity of tutus, earrings, hair clips, crochet hats, crochet baby booties and lots more! I am earning money to publish my first book. All of your help really does mean a lot. I should have it all the way written by July. Below is a preview of my book. Thanks you so much!!



We walked into the house. I think I was shaking from nervousness or excitement I couldn’t tell which. Maybe both. Just inside the door was a living room. It had a little sofa, a pretty rug in the middle, a chair, wash basin, and a few little toys in the corner. After walking through a small hallway we came to a dining room. There was a large table in the center of the room, with eight chairs that I counted really fast. A little bookshelf was pushed against the wall next to a china cabinet. The next room was the kitchen. We walked in and there he was. Washing dishes! He looked up as we came in. He just starred at us for a minute. “Ahh, Saphire. Hi. Um Destiny can I talk to you for a minute?” Said Jacob walking to the dining room. Oh great. I thought. He’s going to make me leave. I got curious and put my ear to the wall.
” . . . . Know that if you or I want to be about to sleep at night you need to see her.” Said Destiny’s voice.
“Well what did you tell her?” He demanded.
“Just that you . . . . You ya know.”
“You didn’t!”
“Well she likes you to.”
“Do you want me to lie to you?”
“You’re serious?”
“She told you that?”
“Okay. Let’s go.”

I could almost see the smile on Destiny’s face when he said that. Lost in my train of thought I didn’t realize that they were coming back. I still didn’t until they were in the kitchen, right next to me. I looked up to see Destiny laughing and Jacob looking very embarrassed.
“Oh. Um hi I was just admiring the . . . . Wall.” I stammered.
“And our conversation?” Asked Jacob sheepishly.
“Well I um no. I mean yes. Well sort of.”
I looked up to see him grinning. “So what did you think?”
“About the wall?”
“Our conversation.” He said, grinning.
“Well what did you think?” I shot back.
“I really liked it. Unless Destiny was lying.”
I blushed beet red and gulped. “She wasn’t.”
“Want to go for a walk?”
I looked around. Destiny was nowhere to be found. That was good and bad. “Um yeah. I’d love to.”



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