The door popped open with a shove from Georgia. She pushed her nose through followed by her cheeks. The rest of her flew into the tiny home thanks to a giant shove from Donna. Donna, always the skinny, size four one, squished herself through the doorway and landed in the teeny hallway that led to a room beyond.
“I said it was a dollhouse.” Donna rubbed her nose.
“Too big. I’m thinking midgets.” Georgia managed to sit up without hitting the ceiling.
“Dwarfs?” Donna crawled into the room at the end of the hall which turned out to be a tiny living room.
“Height challenged.” Georgia plopped on the petite couch leaving no room for Donna to join her.
“Small size advantaged.” Donna sat on the floor and stretched her legs into the dinning room.
“Extinct whoever they were.” Georgia smiled at the row of tiny books on the shelf above Donna’s head.
Donna rubbed her fingers along the mantel. “It’s so eloquently carved.”
Georgia peeked over Donna’s shoulder. “What’s that funny looking ring? Is it gold?”
Donna picked it up and put it on her finger. Immediately she felt her mind blasted by an all pervading eyeball. "Looks harmless."
"Let me see." Georgia reached for the ring.
Donna slapped Georgia's hand away. "Isn't it precious? I think I'll keep it."
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