Looks like Pirate’s clouds have made her a few enemies. I’m also told that firing fireworks at other people isn’t safe or legal. But Pirate’s tough. I’m sure she’ll be fine. Whether Knight or the stick people will be is another matter entirely though.
I really wish I could ride on clouds. It would make transportation, watering the plants, and showing off so much more fun. I’m still not sure how Pirate does it, but I’m envious. Maybe clouds are just more solid where she comes from.
And here’s another quote for you to ponder by Robert Frost. Today I am going somewhat without sleep, because I have things to do. Like drawing a picture. Still, we have to keep going even if we’re tired. Keep strong everyone!
I never tried burning ants with a magnifying glass, and I don’t want to try. But the idea of being able to actually start a fire that way is really interesting to me. Too bad Pirate doesn’t realize her investigations could be painful.
Sometimes I feel like Knight’s the parent and Pirate’s the child. But then I realize that everyone’s a child and Knight’s just one of those responsible people. Soup for two people would also probably feed several hundred stick people, but I’m not sure Pirate would be willing to share.
I’ve said it before, but Knight’s not like Pirate at all. In times of crisis, she’s a pretty cool customer. I envy her for that. When I’m in a tough spot, I do the same thing Pirate does: panic. Then again, if I had armor I think I’d be a lot more confident in life. Cooler too.
I’d just like to say that Knight isn’t always a nice person. In fact, she’s only sometimes a nice person. In fact…she might not be a nice person. That said, I doubt she’s going to actually boil the stick person or Rabbit. It’s just a threat. A very over-the-top, aggressive threat.
Because the only thing better than eating marshmallows is eating them in space. I’m going to level with you all though; I really don’t like eating marshmallows. It’s only roasting them that’s fun — the actual consumption I can take or leave. I also really want to go to space. Just because.
And our saga ends with bribery. It seems that the only lesson we can learn from this is that while it’s true that crime is punished and thieves go to jail, if you’re a giant with a sword you can get away with pretty much anything you want. For the moment.
And Pirate’s wrath is unleashed! No stick people were killed, but I imagine several were squashed. Pirate also probably did several thousand dollar’s worth of damage as well. All for the apples.