A young girl who lives at The Broome Hotel in New York City.
She may be youthful but she is full of wit and charm.
The city would love her spunk and character.
The museums would happily frame her candid spirt.
The cafès would eagerly fuss over hot cocoas and sweet treats just for her.
She is a city child.
She knows her block well.
Cast iron buildings rooted into the paved streets.
She knows there is history but she is a modern girl.
A modern girl living in a modern building.
She knows every crook and cranny of The Broome Hotel.
But watch out!
Those mysterious and curious eyes can be misleading.
She likes to chew gum.
Read unusual books.
Doodle on scraps of Father’s paper.
She likes to make silly faces.
She is an inquisitive young girl.
She is Renee at The Broome Hotel.
Renee at The Broome Hotel is a play on Kay Thompson’s Eloise.
Posted by Elizabeth