Your cats are adorable. Does the heat bother them in the summer? I have a big puppy who has been flattening herself onto the hardwood floor and shoving her head under furniture to try to stay cool.
I am glad to learn that you have a photograph of your two cats. It is important to keep records, like photographs, of things you want to remember. When I visit schools, that is one of the tips I tell students. It makes it a lot easier to write stories when you grow up if you can look at records so that you can include interesting details about when you were little that you might have forgotten.
I so enjoyed your story idea and the scene of the woods near your home: the squirrel in the tree, the tire swing, the brook winding its way through the woods and, of course, the fish swimming upstream.
I just got back from a walk in our local wooded park with my puppy, Ivy. We try to go off-trail as much as possible, and take small footpaths through the woods. We cross over small brooks, and today I stood for a bit, waiting to hear the spring peepers (little frogs). They are not peeping yet; too early I guess. I bring a whistle with me just in case I get lost, because it is a very big park.
Your mom sent me your author drawing and biography, and I’m just so impressed with your work that I wanted to post it. I would read anything written by you. I’m sure that after your teeth come in and you grow up, you will become a best-selling author because of your clever observations.
Please tell your mom to keep sending me your best drawings. They bring me such joy! Also, if you ever have any questions about writing that you want to ask, you could send them my way and I will be happy to answer them.
That’s quite a story. I’m so glad you weren’t hurt. Is your horse now okay with birds? Or, maybe it is only certain birds your horse doesn’t like. Me, I’m not fond of the sound of bluejays, which reminds me of a squeaky clothesline. My favorite bird call is by loons. Owl hoots are pretty great, too.
I’m glad you were able to get “back on the saddle.” Be careful!