I'm going on a walk.
Would you like to come?
My best pal Mowgs is coming too..
I hope you don't mind.
He adores his walks.
You can bring your furry friend if you'd like.
I don't mind. The more the merrier.
We will walk on the main road until that gets a too little boring.
We will notice a little path.
The path will lead you and me to a darling old playground.
We will have to follow those instructions,
play time is never free you know.
Would you like to be the astronaut or the lion tamer?
I would prefer the lion tamer personally.
I'm terrified of space. Plus I've always had a way with animals.
But we could take turns if you'd like.
When we get to the merry-go-round I will tell you about a distant memory of mine.
It will go like this:
"I was little.. I think in Ohio, or maybe in Utah. Where I was it was hot outside. I remember spinning on one like this. It was wooden though. I got very dizzy. I must have fallen off because all I remember is the color red and lots of pain. I've always associated pain with the color red. I saw red that day and that's all I really remember. Red."
As we walk I will show you my new feather hair pieces that are now up in my little shop.
I have been excited about these all week!
Soon we will discover that we are lost.
Nothing looks familiar anymore.
How ever will we get back?
I will ask you if you've noticed random wooden crosses in random empty fields like I have.
I'm sure you've noticed it too.
We will try to find our way back.
Watching our step the whole way..
Stepping on a snake would ruin this walk for sure.
How could we have gotten lost?
Sometimes I guess that's just what happens
It's no reason to stop smiling and laughing.
No reason to get upset.
We won't panic.
We are just exploring for a bit.
Admiring the beauty of the world.
Little Mowgli will need a break every once in a while though.
He's just a little guy who gets tired easily.
I will even have to carry him after a while.
Soon we will make it home.
Hot, tired and hungry.
But thankful for the surprise adventure.
Cheesey lunches for all!
Sometimes it's okay to be a little lost.
It reminds us of just how small we really are