It takes place now. The boy’s name is Chester. The dog’s name is Doggy.
The boy is a typical young boy. He is about five or six.
The boy is getting some jelly.
Or maybe he’s eating cookies. They’re chocolate chip cookies.
He’s got chocolate all over him, so he might be eating too fast.
He looks messy and guilty: He took the cookies without asking, and he shouldn’t be there.
His parents are not very good: They were getting ready to clean, so he is sneaking the cookies.
The boy feels good after eating the cookies. He hopes no one will find him because he doesn’t want to stop eating them!
The dog wants a cookie, too: Doggy says: “Why didn’t I get a cookie, too?”
His mother is going to reappear and find out. She will say “Ahaaa!”
She might join them in the cookie eating. Or, the boy will be in trouble. He ate them before dinner. She might lock him in the bedroom.
The boy probably won’t learn from this experience, but it depends on how he was raised.
He’s very hungry, so he later joins the food business and specializes in making cookies.
(Story created by residents of Lighthouse Senior Living, Ellicott City, MD)