As she slept, happy feelings filled her body as she felt the warmth of the sun and the breeze blowing against her entire body. What really filled her with delight though were these sensations on her bare feet.
As each gust of wind blew against them and in-between her toes, she couldn't help but wiggle her toes in delight and slowly sway her feet side to side.
"Aw that feels nice," Sally thought to herself. "It's always nice to come out here and just relax in the sunshine."
As another gust of wind blew against her soles, she smiled even wider and once again wiggled her toes.
"You know," thought Sally, "I just don't understand why so many people aren't barefoot. It is, after all, our natural state. Not only that, it's healthy. Going barefoot allows a more natural and less stressful manner of walking by reducing stress on knees, ankles, and enhances flexibility of
"Wow! What an exciting story so far!" thought Sally. "The last book was great, but this one just exceeds expectations. I can't seem to put this one down."
Sally continued to excitedly read onward, until, a couple minutes later, she felt something tickling her feet, causing her to giggle.
She looked over the top of the book and saw a young boy and girl drawing on them with markers. Sally couldn't help giggling, not just because it tickled, but due to how adorable she found it.
"Well hello there, what are you two drawing?" asked Sally.
"A pretty flower," said the girl happily. "Almost done."
"I'm making a mankey," said the boy.
Sally continued to giggle for another few seconds as the two kids continued drawi