“It is a beautiful summer evening,” said Christopher Corn.
“It sure is,” said Farmer Fred. “I think I am going to have a bonfire.”
“That sounds like a lot of fun,” said Christopher.
“I will get the bonfire ready,” said … Read the rest
“We have been practising for our upcoming concert really hard,” said Christopher Corn, one hot summer day. “Our band, Loud Garden, sounds really good. I am impressed with how far we have come in such a short time.”
“I agree,” … Read the rest
“What is going on here?” Christopher Corn asked himself as he stood in the barn. “We have a lot of work to do to get ready for our big Labour Day concert and yet, nobody is here.”
Christopher walked over … Read the rest
“It is a very hot summer day today,” said Christopher Corn. “We should practice our new songs today. We have to be ready for the Labour Day concert Farmer Fred is holding.”
“Yes we do,” said Calvin Carrot. “Since we … Read the rest
“It is a warm summer evening,” said Cameron Cauliflower.
“It is indeed,” said Christopher Corn.
“Oh look,” pointed Cameron.
“There is a full moon out tonight.”
“Full moon,” sang Christopher. “Won’t you come out and play. You can sleep all … Read the rest
“Good job playing the drums there Calvin,” said Christopher Corn at the very first practice session of his newly found group, ‘Loud Garden’.
“Thank you,” said Calvin Carrot.
“Let’s mix things up a bit though,” said Christopher. “I want you … Read the rest
Farmer Fred was in the garden talking to Christopher Corn. It was a very warm summer day.
“It is a scorcher today,” said Farmer Fred.
“Scorching hot, scorching hot,” sang Christopher Corn, out of the blue. “Scorching hot, scorching hot, … Read the rest
“My vegetables are growing nicely,” said Farmer Fred to himself as he checked on the progress of his first ever vegetable garden that he had planted on his 100 acre farm in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Farmer Fred was very pleased … Read the rest
“What are we going to do next weekend?” asked Poor Mountain Father.
“I thought we would go on a picnic,” said Poor Mountain Mother.
“It is Father’s Day next weekend,” said Poor Mountain Father. “I was kind of hoping that … Read the rest
“What are you doing?” Racum Raccoon asked his mother.
“I am packing us our lunch,” said Mother. “We are taking your father on a picnic today for Father’s Day”.
“I love picnics,” said Racum, happily. “Father is going to love … Read the rest
Today was Father’s Day. I thought about my own father and how, when I was just a child, he would take time out from working on his farm and spend Father’s Day with my mother, brother, Peter, and … Read the rest
“Oh my!” exclaimed Mother, who was in her attic cleaning up. “These are journals from my late husband. The children have been asking me about these for years. “I must contact each of them and have them come home as … Read the rest