This is something I wrote a while ago, but I thought I’d put it up here to apoligise for being boring and quiet as of late. I am working on something to start putting up here – if you’ve not read The Wuzel and the Butterfly, then shame on you. You might find it useful, so go on, have a look.
Once upon a time, there was a girl who couldn’t sleep. One day, when she was walking home, she realised that she was being followed. It was a small creature; part rabbit, part cat. But before she could say anything to it, she was attacked by a dragon.
She stood there, too frightened to move, and just as the dragon was about to gobble her up, the small creature darted out from behind a tree and sunk her small sharp teeth into the dragon’s tail. The dragon roared in pain and went crying home to his mum.
The girl wanted to thank the cabbit, (for that is what the creature was), and so she made dinner for them both. The cabbit asked the girl why she couldn’t sleep and the girl explained that sometimes she couldn’t switch her mind off, but mostly it was because her heart was sad and at night it cried.
The cabbit decided that she wanted to help the girl who couldn’t sleep, so she tried all kinds of things, but nothing worked. Eventually, the cabbit decided on desperate measures and resorted to using a frying pan.
The girl who couldn’t sleep slept that night.