Hello, my curious little strawberries, how are you? It’s your favorite witch from Jonathanland, Miss Tagada, back with a new story as sweet as cotton candy! I’m glad that January passed so quickly. Secretly, I was counting the days until February because it’s a month I adore! Why is that? It’s simple: I love love stories, the Romeos who do everything for their Juliet, the dramas of love, and unexpected twists… So what’s better than Valentine’s Day to witness all of that? Today, I’m going to immerse you in the heart of a magical evening I discreetly attended at Milly Prapra’s Magical Bubbles Restaurant. Buckle up, because you’re going to experience a unique Valentine’s Day!
I’ve been wandering around every corner of Jonathanland with my magic broom for a long time, keeping track of all the gossip and events. But for this February 14th, I made an astonishing discovery! On that day, the Magical Bubbles Restaurant, one of the most popular in our town, was closed to adults. Well, I know what you’re going to say: “But what are you talking about, Miss Tagada? Have the strawberries gone to your head or something? Why would a restaurant close on Valentine’s Day when it’s one of the days with the best sales?” Wrong, you’re completely off! Reread what I said; I specified “closed to adults” because, in reality… It was exclusively open for children! A crazy idea from the manager of the Magical Bubbles Restaurant who wanted, for once, children to be the VIPs of the party and to come and enjoy a meal by inviting their crush. When I heard about it, my great passion for gossip led me to go there, and with my incredible agility, I managed to sneak into the restaurant incognito. With a magic formula, I transformed myself into a tiny strawberry to avoid drawing attention.
How romantic it was! There were many children on dates at the tables, but I immediately noticed a couple that had just entered and stood out from the others. It was Joshua, 7 years old, accompanied by Kimberly, his 5-and-a-half-year-old sweetheart. I know this little one well because she’s the daughter of Elise Ewing, a real celebrity in Jonathanland. She dazzles everyone with her profession as a stylist and her clothing brand, Madison Color. In addition to Kimy, she also has a 10-year-old son named Colin and an adorable 11-month-old infant named Baby Madison. Joshua looked very elegant in his suit, and I won’t even talk about Kimberly, who was truly charming in her dress! They held hands and went to one of the many giant bubbles where customers sat to eat. Joshua pulled out the chair for her to sit, what a gentleman this little Joshua! All the boys and girls in the room had hearts in their eyes; I found it adorable! As for the meal, hmm, it looked so appetizing!
Milly Prapra had prepared her famous bubble burgers that children love, and the tables were filled with the famous Madala Magic, the treats that make all the gourmets in Jonathanland happy. And to quench their thirst, the little guests could enjoy Cocoum Valoum, a delicious energy drink with natural fruits. For these candies and juices, we must thank the confectioner Lili Smooth, who wanted to make a gesture to support her friend Milly Prapra, as she loved the concept.
By the way, I forgot to tell you, but to ensure the safety of the little ones while making sure it remained discreet, the restaurant manager invited some mothers whose children were having a meal to take on the role of volunteer servers. The result? An adorable show of mothers, all more enthusiastic than the others, bustling to serve their little blond heads. For Joshua and Kimberly, it was the mother of the girl, Elise Ewing, who took care of the service. The two children chatted, laughed, and although awkward in his childish way, Joshua did everything to be as gallant as possible. At the end of the date, Kimberly gave a big kiss on Joshua’s cheek, and his cheeks turned as pink as strawberries! I swear if you had seen his face, you would have burst into laughter! It surprised me a lot because, fundamentally, he’s a boy who doesn’t like kisses at all, even if he has changed a bit. Ah, love is like a potion that makes everything sweeter, happier, and blush-inducing! Tagada-ha-ha-ha!
The evening ended on this romantic note, and the guests left, full of hearts in their eyes. Stay tuned because who knows what delicious secret I’ll reveal to you next time? See you very soon for new gossip, and long live love! Happy Valentine’s Day to all the strawberries around the world !