SheepMany years ago, a young man and a woman bought a large block of land to build a house so they had somewhere to raise their young daughter. Over the course of about 12 months, they had built a house, settled into it, grown a garden, and decided that it would be a good idea to start a farm. They built paddocks and bought supplies and made many alterations to their everyday lives to fit everything in. Eventually they bought some animals to turn their large country property into a farm. To start off they bought four chickens, three sheep and a young dog for their young daughter. The naive little girl called her Daisy.
Daisy was prioritised by the whole family. All the other animal looked up to Daisy and she looked down on them. They all knew that she was the boss. One summer's afternoon, as the bright sunrays cast light through the lush branches of an old oak tree, Daisy decided that she would take a nap under the light of day before it disappeared into the night. The three fluf
The Rat and the DollSome time ago there lived a Rat of fine whiskers and a finer tail who stumbled across a small porcelain Doll in a farmer's rubbish heap. Entranced by the Doll's beauty, he carried her home with him and, to the amusement of his fellow rats, instated her as his wife. Finding that she was of little assistance in his daily rambles for food, the Rat placed her upon a slight ledge of the barn in which he lived and brought her an offering of sustenance each day, as well as flowers and other pretty objects with which to enhance her loveliness.The Rat and the Doll5 years ago in Fable Me This More Like This
One day the Rat returned from his foraging to find the other rats throwing pebbles at his Doll. "Stop!" he cried. "Why do you abuse my wife? What has she ever done to you?"
"She does nothing at all," said the other rats, "and that is the problem. How has she proven herself worthy of the attention you grant her, or the offerings you provide?"
"Her beauty proves her worth," claimed the Rat.
But at that moment, a gust of wind swept the Doll off her perch an