Cottonballs can't compare, to the grey trousers which Fluffy wears. She walks about with graceful feet, never quite missing a beat. She loves to snuggle in her human's arms, or tucked in the hay, safe and warm. But the thing that she loves most, is the kitchen indoors, where the humans make beef … Continue reading On Fluff
It was a fine afternoon. More precisely, it was a fine 6 o'clock p.m., and in light of recent events, Solomon Salamander had invited Tottles Toad to have tea with him that afternoon. They were both far from comfortable being alone for too long, in light of recent events, and Solomon thought that he would … Continue reading The Roaming Mole
Pi is a really big number; so is my pie! I could feed everyone who ever existed if pi was pie. But pi a'int pie, so I will have to settle for knowing that pi is in the circumference of my pie, with an infinite number of angles.
Waiting For test takers to finish taking their tests (already) Can be incredibly boring. But we could throw dice! Or play cards! Or even read a book. ... But the teacher is always watching. Bummer.
The branches bend & twist like fire Curl & sway, just like wind Wake up ev'ry morning, Look out the window- "Oi, there's a fire roaring out my door!" Fingers at my window; Don't know what I ought to do... Oh, it's an oak tree, growing to say hi to me; "Good morning to … Continue reading Funny Oak Trees
I learned something yesterday. Do not edit a story more than two times... Especially if you do not have an extra set of eyes to examine your work. Case in point: "He poured to his heart to her..." "He didn't supposed..." (0 )- o)... Now, the first time I posted Water Phoenix, I was feeling … Continue reading The Problem with Over-Editing