One day, little Rosie woke up feeling very sick. She had a fever and a sore throat, and she felt very tired. Her mom came into her room and told her that she had the flu and that she needed to rest.
Rosie was disappointed because she usually played with her twin sister, Ruby, every day. The girls were inseparable and had a hard time being apart. But now, Rosie wasn’t allowed to leave her room and play with Ruby.
Ruby missed her sister and wanted to find a way to spend time with her. She had a great idea! They couldn’t be in the same room, but that didn’t mean they couldn’t play together.
Ruby set out a tea party by Rosie’s door, with cookies and tea and everything. She knocked on the door and then ran away outside to the window. When Rosie saw the tea party outside her door, she was surprised and didn’t know what to think. But then she heard a tap on her window. It was Ruby! She was sitting outside with her own tea party. Rosie understood what her sister was trying to do, and she quickly grabbed all the tea party items and placed them on the table in front of the window. The girls had a tea party together, even though they were separated by the window. It was great fun, and the girls were happy to be able to spend time together.
The next day, Ruby brought props and costumes and set out to put on a show for Rosie outside her window. She acted out the movie Frozen, singing all the songs and doing all the characters’ voices. Rosie watched from her bed, laughing and laughing at Ruby’s brilliant performance. She couldn’t believe how talented her sister was and how much fun they were having, even though Rosie was stuck in her room.
Ruby made sure to include all the best parts of the movie, and even added in some of her own jokes and antics. Rosie was having the time of her life, and she knew that she would always treasure this special memory with her sister. After the show was over, Rosie clapped and cheered for Ruby, thanking her for being such a great sister and for bringing so much joy to her sick day. Ruby was happy to see her sister smile and was glad that she could bring a little bit of magic to Rosie’s day.
The next day, Ruby brought a book and read it to Rosie through the window, showing her the pictures.
After a couple of days, Rosie was feeling much better and the girls were finally reunited. Rosie thanked Ruby for being such a great sister, and promised to return the favor if Ruby ever got sick.
The girls learned that even when they were apart, they could still have fun and spend time together. They were grateful for their strong bond as sisters and vowed to always support and care for each other, no matter what.