By the St. John’s Storytellers: Nina, Edith, and Dickie on January 27th, 2016
In a park (in the neighborhood)
“Fall-ish” time of year.
There’s a little boy, his name is George. He’s hugging a gnome. The gnome is nice, George is just his size.
The gnome is tickling him, that’s why George is hugging him. George’s smile tells it all. He laughs and giggles, “HEHEHEHEHEHEHE! ! !”
George’s mother (Claudia) and father (Bill AAHHHHH!!!!) take George out for a little ride to the park everyday.
This time they got to know somebody at the park so they weren’t hogging all the fun! The person knew about a cave or a high incline with a drop-off or WHO KNOWS WHAT! ! ! !
George doesn’t go to school, he’s only 3 or 4 years old. How lucky can you get?!?!?!
That is why he goes to the park everyday.
The gnome is just a statue, but the gnome’s finger tickled George’s rib.
It’s a warm “fall-ish” day, so George isn’t wearing any socks. He plays at the parking; he runs around and jumps.
Mom and Dad try to touch any animals or birds they see. A rabbit or a plain old robin red breast would be good to see. “Chirp, chirp” sounds like spring! A robin has a little nest in the tree with leaves hiding him.
It’s late afternoon. Right before going to the park, George was napping. After, they’re going to eat supper. They have spaghetti, meatballs, and hamburgers. For drinks, George has milk, and his parents have pop. They wanted to have ice cream for desert, but they just didn’t have room.
After they eat, they gather up all the mess from the picnic! Clean up isn’t so bad, and they don’t want to leave a mess. It only took 15 minutes, and they all help, so Mom didn’t have to do it herself.
George, he is adorable! Got the brim on his hat to protect his eyes from the sun.
After clean up they’re going to play catch, and then they might go in the corner under a bush to have a snooze.
Before the sun goes down, they go for a little ride on bicycles and a wagon (some people pull and others push). Then they go home. IT’S EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF! ! !