Being a Fox

I woke up, and I went hunting.  I caught a deer.  It was delicious.

Then I went back to the den with a little bit of deer for the cubs.  I told them how delicious the deer was.  They loved it too.

Then I told them they could play right outside the den.  If an animal they had never seen before came, they should tell me and I would deal with it.  They will never try to mess with my cubs ever again!  They’ll pay for messing with me.

Then I told my cubs to come in because I was going to go hunting again for lunch.  I caught a big moose.

After lunch, I took a nap.  After one hour had passed, I went out of my bedroom to find my cubs missing . . . . .

(To be continued!)

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Cherie Blessing

My name is Miss Blessing, and I would like to welcome you to our class blog! Teaching is the calling of my heart, and I hope to set an example of tenacious engagement in learning this year. Let the Great Adventure begin!

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