These are my links for June 8th through June 21st:
There were lots of scary monster rockets. I can’t remember much about them, except that they liked chocolate. They did NOT land on a chocolate planet, but they did keep chocolate around for snacks. They would fly all around, and when they met each other they would say things like, “Hello scary monster rocket, how do you do?” and “I’m doing very well, thank you. And yourself?”
On Earth, there was a rocket in the junkyard. One day, a boy walked by and saw the rocket in the junkyard. The rocket was lonely. The little boy ran to get all of his friends, and the painted the rocket red. Bright red. And then they took the rocket home.
The rocket said, “We can all go flying in outer space now!” but the boy said, no. They had something else to do. But I can’t remember what that was, because I think I fell asleep.
Bill the Monkey said, “Let’s go flying today. What do you want to fly?” Bob the Dog said, “Let’s go flying in pigeons.” So they went looking for pigeons. They found one on the street, and went flying with him. They flew to a castle, and then they played with a ping pong ball and paddle, but the bird flew away with their ping pong ball. The bird had a bag with a scary monster in it. The scary monster lived in the bag, because it was his house. The pigeon shook the bag to get the scary monster to come out. When it did, it looked all around for a snack. When it found a snack, it went back to its bag.
It’s a funny thing. There was this cat who liked to swim. His name was Watercat. Sistercat said, “But don’t you hate it when water gets in your eyes when you get your hair washed?” And Watercat said, “No. I just close my eyes up tight and the water doesn’t get in there.” And Sistercat said, “But when you go swimming in the pool, how do you see with your eyes shut tight?” Watercat said, “When I go swimming in the pool, I wear swimming goggles.” So Watercat took his swimming goggles and his swimming shorts and went to the swimming pool. First, he went to the locker room, and he put on his swimming shorts and his swimming goggles. Then he took a cleaning off shower. Watercat walked very carefully and slowly around the pool until he got to the high diving board. He waited patiently for his turn, and then climbed carefully up up up up the ladder to the top of the diving board. At the edge of the diving board, Watercat looked way way down, and he was scared a little bit, and excited a little bit. And then he jumped, and dove way way down, and landed in the water with a big splash that got everyone wet. But in the water there was a scary monster. The scary monster chased Watercat. Watercat swam as fast as he could and jumped out of the water. It’s a good thing Watercat could swim so fast.