Wherefore Art Thou
William ... I may have a tale to share with you. It very well could be about a little beast. Wandering the open fields. Moving along the trails. Occasionally resting its head under a shade tree. Visiting with a few folks along the way. Searching for a place to call its own. Maybe looking for a pardner. A cowboy?
Or it might be a story about a little furry monster that's had a tough life and that's why it is wandering. Just headed to a new home. Much like Parker the creature might be travelin' through. On the road, seeing some sites, taking some serious cat naps, and enjoying some treats. Fattening up until arriving at the new home.
But what is home? Sometimes home is just a place that is comfortable, has food to fill our bellies and has a warm, dry place to sleep. If there is a human in that home that loves us that's a bonus. A big bonus. The tale could take one of those slants.
It could even be a story full of excitement, fun and frolic. And include a tail. Just like the Meezers have. You just never know!
I bet the tale likely has a guy that finds himself missing a companion as he pets the furry beast. Nurturing and caring for the tiny creature's less-than-four-pound bony frame. The dude probably is fascinated by the talkative little thing, that paws at him when he's on the computer. He may even find himself wondering what it might be like. Feeling truly tempted to share his home again.
Can't quite tell you, William, for certain which version of the tale is there yet. But can promise you that it is developing. Slowly but surely. A great story will be the result. Maybe even one that lasts nine lives.