Of course, there really was no inner debate in her head. Live with adults she doesn’t know, or with a loving fuzzy bear, a dopey kind dog, and a funny vulture. A real no brainer.
I was trying to go for a bit of a “zoo” feel here. Them watching the humans in their natural environment.
I’ve actually often wondered why they don’t have a housecat house at any zoos I’ve been to, filled with stuffed chairs, windowsills, and ceramic busts on the fireplace; it would even offer a good job for a cat lover to just sit and pet them all day.
Anyhow, i digress.
Ted seems very casual here. I don’t think he’s quite developed a full attachment yet.
i feel kinda bad for Blake here. There is often on child in a family who is the one who takes responsibilities on their shoulders, and it kinda leaves them having less luxuries.
If you’re wondering if I’m talking about me, I thank you for your erroneous confidence.
Not sure what made me think of this. Of course, I often wonder where half my ideas come from. I guess it was just thinking about things to do at fairs and amusement parks. And then… I guess air resistance seemed like the obvious path.
Not sure that clears much up on the creative process.