This story starts in West Los Angeles. She is 6 years old. This was taken last year. She lives in the outskirts of the city. This little girl will be disappointed if she has to answer a lot of questions. Her apron is full of eggs, she's been picking up eggs all morning. She's at her grandparents farm. She sees her grandparents often, they are close. Her grandpa Robby is taking the picture, he tells her to say "cheese". She is happy, but is backed into a corner, she is frightened...but she's not sure of what, she is getting a sense that she should be afraid. Her name is Alice, her mother gave her the name, it's her grandmother's name. It's just Alice and grandpa Robby at the farm. There is a fox on the farm wanting to steal her eggs. She needs the eggs to make a cake, the cake is for Alice. She is just in the mood for cake. This barn is where she is happiest, it's where she goes to find joy. She is also hiding out here, to keep the eggs from the fox. The fox's name is Fred the Flyfox. The chicken, dearone, is keeping his eye on the fox, preparing for flight if he comes too close.
Alice hears little chirps from little birds and chicks. She hears a slight breeze brushing over her. She hears the "mooooing" from nearby cows, barking from the farm dogs, "clucking" from all the chickens in the barn. She smells clean animals, her grandparents take great care of the animals so they actually smell nice.
Alice will grow up to be an adult dog. She loves dogs. This will be a GREAT life--full of relaxing, fun, people, other animals, love, FOOD and more food, walks, meeting other dogs and playing--having playdates with other dogs, taking baths, running in the grass, playing ball/fetch, getting treats (in moderation)! It's going to be a good life for little Alice.
Alice is not as close to her immediate family, she prefers the quietness of her grandparents' farm. As an adult dog, she does not have puppies, but has lots of dog friends that she has made over the years...she is the perfect dog.
After this, the fox will make an advance toward Alice...in response, Alice runs into the barn and hides the eggs. Once she gets into the barn she is relieve because she knows she has saved the eggs and will get to make the cake.