Creative Copy Challenge 126 #amwriting
March 14, 2011 by Steve Costello
photo © 2005 Joan Campderrós-i-Canas | more info (via: Wylio)
Kay, the koala bear, was an excellent speaker for a creature normally so sleepy during the day. The lecture was exhausting for the little one, who was thankful that it was very short, and she was able to get enough eucalypt leaves, before being able to sleep once again.
The fact that the lecture took place at the lighthouse not far from home was a positive. The subject (the relationship between a cactus and a squeeze ball) was a tough one due to there not being too many cacti or squeeze balls available in her forest. But, by shining a flashlight on a California raisin she was able to show that like a deflated ball the raisin has many points. It all depends upon how the light is shown.
Just because something is unfamiliar to you does not mean you can’t speak about it if you just do some research and have a good imagination.