Facilitated by Shannon and Marina Still Waters Collective
This is Peter and Pearl or Paul. Or its, Jay and Jayla. They're twins. They're about 10 years old. They just left fishing on Lake Michigan. They had a nice boat. It's a nice day to fish.
They would see Allie and shout "Granny! Granny!" and grab her.
They caught four fish. Bass and catfish. Throw the others back. We don't like pike. Too many bones.
When their little white friends come to play, Allie will get them something to eat and drink and a nice place to relax.
The best fishing is on a boat. But you better learn how to swim and practice wearing a life jacket.
They might be catching crawfish. They're happy. They're very cute. They might be related to Jane.
The water is cold but hot or cold doesn't stop the fish. Somewhere close.
They can hear the waves in the water and seagulls. They hear thunder. They hear frogs, crickets, birds, foxes, raccoon and a noisy snake. It smells like fishy water, like fresh water.
The kids might get lost. They are standing on the rocks. They throw rocks in the water.
They are deciding what to do next. Someone took a photo of them. Someone who knows them. They got off the boat. They are going to James house to clean and cook the fish so they can eat them.
One of the kids is carrying a camera and the other one has binoculars.