This boy, trying to carry or pull the suitcase, is going on an adventure against his parents’ wishes. He may be running away from home to Paris or Vegas. He’s looking for parents who are better and good looking. He’s running away from school too. Maybe he’ll go to Washington DC later when he’s out of high school. He’ll tell about going with his dad and other dads in their trucks.
There are buildings and the boy, named Rusty Trusty, says, “I’m going to build my own house.”
How much clothing is in that suitcase? It’s possible someone else is running away with him. He filled up the suitcase with all the clothes he could find. We’d like to ask Rusty Trusty if it isn’t too hard to pull that suitcase with all those clothes in there. He could pull it if he wanted to…he could do it!
We’d like to say, “Let’s ride on a donkey for fun.” A donkey likes riding too. If you take me with you, I’ll take you too. We WILL say “Good Luck, Rusty Trusty”.
His parents may call the police and say, “My boy is missing.” The police can search for him. The police will ask the parents how they lost him and why he ran away. What color eyes does the cute boy have? Can the boy speak? “Yes, he can. He’s just starting to grow up.”
The boy is smart. He will hide out for awhile. He is going to grow some wings. The boy can hear a train.
The police say, “Ah ha! There he is!” He’s going to be asked to apologize to his parents.