Nov 17, 2009

Edward's Trip to the Big Apple

Edward's Trip to the Big Apple


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On a bright autumn morning Christine and Ariel awoke to the excited squeals of Edward. He was so excited that he lept on top of them to wake them up, eager to travel into the Big Apple.

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As usual he insisted on driving.

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But seeing as he couldn't reach the gas pedal, he eventually settled for the dashboard.

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This was obviously very illegal, so Christine and Ariel eventually convinced him to buckle up.

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They arrived at the train station with some time to kill, so Edward decided to ride the scooter.

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He was of course a pro with the sweetest tricks.

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Disappointed that Deer Park was not actually inhabited with deer, Edward sulked by the Deer Park sign, waiting for the train to arrive.

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Edward and his immortal self is always the one flirting with danger.

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Once on the train, Edward was very excited to give the conductor his train ticket.

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Edward was sure to check all of the Emergency Exits to ensure safe exit in the case of an emergency.

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During the very long train ride, Edward informed the girls that he could impersonate Zoolander magnificently. Christine and Ariel insisted that he showed off this unique skill.

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Magnum.

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Blue Steel.

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Over protective as usual, Edward reminded the girls to "watch the gap" before exiting the train.

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When they got off the train, they boarded a ferry headed towards Liberty Island to see Edward's favorite monument.

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On the way to the island, Edward warmed up his Liberty arm.

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Right next to Lady Liberty, Edward showed off his grace, beauty, and poise.

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He then declared that it would look much better if there were a "Statue of Mr. Edward Liberty"

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After the beautiful ferry ride back to shore, Edward helped the girls locate the Manhattan Temple. He was eventually successful, after getting the girls lost for over 20 minutes, and was rather irritated by the time he finally found it.

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His irritation soon turned into joy once he realized that this was the place that he could, one day, be sealed to his eternal companion.

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All he had to do was choose one...

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After visiting the Temple, Edward suggested they take a stroll through central park. He spotted some leaves...

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After quite an eventful day, Edward grew weak and needed to replenish. OM NOM NOM NOM!!

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The llamas did not suffice, so Edward retreated to the Central Park Wildlife Center.

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What occured next is not suitable for young children.

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Leaving the park, Edward spotted a sign with which he very much agreed.

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On the way back to the train station, Edward became giddy when he saw Times Square.

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And even more so when he spotted himself on the New Moon billboard!

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Edward hopped back into Christine's pocket...

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And later into Ariel's, to await the next adventure.

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THE END
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9 comments:

  1. Hilarious! You girls are so funny!

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  2. OMGOODNESS! I LOVE YOU GUYS! I can't believe you took him to the temple...haha ~Audrey

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  3. I love that you started a blog. Great idea. ;)
    There's nothing like the actual book, though. I want a hard bound copy!! lol

    Ok, promotion complete. Do I get an A?

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  4. That was too funny! You girls are so creative! Can't wait to see his next adventure!

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  5. We Love you Rachel Hansen!!!
    You get an A+ and a Golden Star!:)

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  6. That was almost as fun as watching the movie... I love it! You guys are so creative and I have to say thanx to Rachel for introducing me to your blog! So fun! I can't wait for the sequel! Jenni B

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  7. Hilaaarious! I was a little disappointed that his skin wasn't sparkling in the sun but I suppose he had to wear a little coverup since he was in public.

    Way to go on the blog.... I look forward to following you and Edward to college!

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  8. Oh, well you haven't seen the actual book! He's very sparkly in it :)

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