Meloetta's Red Shoes
Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus: Well, this is interesting. Meloetta used to wear red shoes. That's pretty cute... wait a minute, doesn't Tangela have red shoes? Hmmm... pretty interesting... but I'm sure you'll find out yourselves. Enjoy!
Meloetta yawned as she woke up from her bed, heading out of her house as she was greeted by Whimsicott, Lilligant, and Leavanny.
"Hey Melly, are you ready for some walking?" Whimsicott stated as she wore a red backpack on her big poofy cotton.
Meloetta giggled, waving her hands at the grass type females. "Well of course! I'll just go get my yellow backpack!" She then quickly ran back into her house.
Lilligant placed her hands on her stomach, wearing a blue backpack. "Golly, it sure is pretty today, isn't it?"
Leavanny raised her right hand in agreement, wearing a purple backpack. "But of course! It's nice, sunny, bright! Perfect for a walk!"
Meloetta came back out, wearing red shoes and sporting a yellow backpack. She giggled as she showed off her shoes. "Aren't these shoes of mine lovely?"
Lilligant bent down, gasping as she pointed at them. "Oh my gosh! Those look great!"
Meloetta giggled as she held her hands together. "Aren't they? They're such a perfect fit!"
Leavanny clapped her hands together. "Oh darling, you have to tell us where you got those shoes!"
Meloetta patted Leavanny on the back. "My secret, silly willy!"
Leavanny and Lilligant both frowned as Whimsicott rubbed the back of her head.
"But Mel, surely you would tell us your secrets!" Whimsicott exclaimed as she shook her stubby little brown arms.
Meloetta stretched as she yawned loudly. "Well, Whimsy, there's some things that have to be kept a little secret." She then lead the group, pointing westward. "Now let's go! There's a beautiful big open plain waiting for us!"
Whimsicott, Lilligant, and Levaanny all cheered in agreement as they followed Meloetta, the four female Pokemon heading westward. Meanwhile in the bushes near Meloetta's house, a sneaky male Tangela was watching, chuckling as he snuck behind the group, keeping his distance and using the bushes as his disguise.