By Kevin J. Doyle -
One day I jumped high into the sky and landed right on the sun! I walked around up there for a while, even though it was awfully hot. My favorite green flip flops and bright blue swim trunks looked awesome on all that orange and yellow. I scooped up fireballs and tossed them at the stars! Stretching out on my back, I felt the sun’s heat crawl all up and down my spine. I dug out little holes in the sun and used my fingers to draw pictures right on its surface. Little flames danced in my hands then I let them slip through my fingers. I could see the whole universe from up there! “HELLO EVERYBODY!” I shouted to the other planets, but no one yelled back. I didn’t stay too long though, because I forgot to bring extra sunscreen.
Actually… I was in my sandbox… but it REALLY was hot as fire!
When I’d floated back down from the sun, I landed right by a huge wolf! It was chewing on a bone and I just walked right up and grabbed that bone! Then the wolf and I started a tussle. We rolled and wrestled in the grass and got up and chased each other and then tumbled around some more. I tossed his bone all the way across the world but he ran it down and brought it right back to me. I threw that bone over and over again – from here to China and all the way to the North Pole! I heaved it to the feet of the Statue of Liberty, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and even to the bottom of the Grand Canyon! That wolf brought his bone back to me every single time.
Actually… I was just playing with my dog… but he CAN run to China and back! Actually… he can just run to our fence and back.
After that wolf fell asleep for a nap, I suddenly saw a stagecoach being pulled by two horses. It rumbled by the front of our house! There were bad cowboys on it and they were getting away with a bank robbery! I knew they were mean 'cuz they snarled a lot and spit right on the ground and didn't cover their mouths when they coughed. And there were bags and bags of stolen gold in the back of the coach. I leaped off my porch right onto that stagecoach and rammed those robbers right into a river. Luckily those crooks couldn't swim so they just clung to a tree branch and cried until the sheriff came and nabbed them. Meanwhile, I guided those horses and that stagecoach back to town to return the money and everybody cheered!