Two weeks ago, I hosted a good-bye soiree for my dear friend, Jenni, and her family; they're off to Colorado. I don't know what I am going to do on my nights out of the house without Jenni. She and I had many similar interests and were, therefore, involved in several of the same groups (Book Club, Card Exchange, Recipe Swap and Quilt Group, to name a few). We have also been partners in our church's Visiting Teaching program for the past 5+ years. To say I'll miss Jenni is an understatement. And I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that Michael will miss her husband, Adrian, as one nerd can only miss another. I was busy trying to be the hostess with the mostess the night of their farewell, so I didn't snap any photos. Good thing Cami was around with her fancy new camera!
Anyway, after an evening of general mayhem in my house (which is somewhat smaller than both my good intentions and my feelings of hospitality) I went down to the playroom and discovered a gruesome crime scene. Warning: this is not for the faint of heart. The images you are about to see may not be suitable for young children, especially if said children are fans of a certain Latina preschooler with a purple backpack.
The victim was actually hung in triplicate! Not once, not twice, but three times poor Dora was hung by her little neck off the top bunk of the spare bed. Apparently, the calling card of the killer is a black polka dotted hair ribbon. The motive for such a heinous crime is still undetermined. We are following the leads we have, but in the meantime authorities have asked that you keep all your Nick Jr. paraphernalia safely under your supervision. They say the prime suspect is a real fox!