Thursday, October 18, 2007

The Nightmare

Freckles:

I slept poorly in my Home Place. I dreamt of a colossal shaggy-haired beast who chased me around the Other World, thumping its gigantic feet and clapping its humongous paws. I scampered into the cave, but it found me, peering into the cave with its glowing yellow eyes.
Then, I felt the ground shaking, followed by a thunderous roar as the cave shifted from side to side. I closed my eyes and held on to the ground as tightly as I could, grabbing the fuzzy substance that covered it and digging my claws into its surface.
Suddenly, the shaking stopped and I woke up. I was confused and scared as I looked around my Home Place. Here I was safe; Here I would stay.

7 comments:

The Furry Kids said...

Thanks for stopping by our bloggie. We can't wait to get to know you guys.

Titus, Tazo, & Earl Grey

FrecklesandDeb said...

Furry Kids,
We are so glad that you came to visit and comment. We had fun checking out your site!

The Meezers said...

Hi Freckles and Deb! Thanks for visiting us! We LOVES buns (as friends! Mrs Sniffles is our special Not of My Species Special Friend).

We will add you to our blogroll and our feed reader so that we can come back lots!

That was a BAD nightmare you had Freckles. Glad that you are in a safe home!
Sammy and Miles

Mrs. Sniffles said...

Oh my goodness, what a furry scary dream! I am glad you woked up to your happy home, though. Phew!

We'll have to add you to our blogroll so we can makes sure you don't have anymore of those dreams!

FrecklesandDeb said...

Mrs. Sniffles and the Meezers, Welcome! We are so happy you came by to see us. We've put you both on our Blogroll so others can find you easily and enjoy the fun at your places!

(And I was very scared by my nightmare. But, I'm all better now.)
Freckles

Deb said...

Oh, Freckles, what a frightening dream! Aren't you glad now that the high voiced one has given you a safe place to be?

Sara said...

Freckles, I'll bet you were frightened by that terrible nightmare! I'm glad you woke up and had a safe Home Place to be.