Dragon’s Life

Hi there. You want to enter a dragon’s world? Then you should read this post about the beginning of dragon parenthood.

As the suns set, their rays hit the dragon’s scales. They sparkled as she bent her long elegant neck to her oldest newborn child, the joy making wrinkles around her eyes. The food swayed in her powerful jaws. Her daughter looked at the food with wide eyes. The mother gave her the name Sandstorm. Her daughter took the food.

The mother looked at the father. He stopped digging to nod his approval of the name before bending his neck down again to continue digging. He continued fearfully, for two of their eggs lay trapped beneath the sand the fear creased deeper in his wrinkles.

The mother’s thoughts started to wander but her attention was snapped back to the real world as a squeak was let out. She whipped her head around to see another one of her children had hatched  from its shell into the outer world. This time, a boy. She decided to name it Fireheart after her great, great, great, great, great, great grandpa who died 700 year ago.

She decided that this would be a great 1000 years.

Look at the  picture below for it is the picture of the dragon family that inspired me to write this post.

Sunset Hatchlings

Sunset Hatchlings


Hi there world, this is my story called Scarlett told from the point of view of a young Clydesdale who faces many problems. Come back each month for a new chapter. Enjoy!




The thought raced through my mind:  “Mom, what’s happening? I pawed the ground with my hoof and I shook my mane. I was getting more nervous each time she twitched her ear. I knew new something was wrong but I didn’t know what it was.

Then she reared and stared into the trees. I followed her gaze and there I saw humans. I knew I had to run but I was to0 startled to move a hoof. Then my father appeared and started to herd me, my mother, and the rest of the herd. That’s when I realized we where being chased.

I went from canter to gallop in a heartbeat.  I could hear the blood pulsing through my ears. My hoofs moved faster than they ever had before but I wasn’t fast enough. The older horses raced past me.

I fell in behind but my mother would not leave my side. I tripped; I could hear the humans and their horses gaining on us. I could feel my mother encouraging me to get up but I couldn’t get to my feet. I had hurt my leg too badly. All I could do now was fear for both of us.

I knew our luck had run out when something rough gripped my neck. It all went dark as my mother’s frantic whinnies died away. It was over…

7 Random Facts About Me!

Hi this is my first post so I really hope you enjoy it.

Here are 7 random things about me.  All are true but none of it give away any digital privacy.

  1. I have put my hand in two hippos’ mouths. Their names was Hezihna and Hollo!
  2. When I was 9 months old I was put on a 9 month old horse!
  3. When I was 5 I was put on a cheetah’s back (it was old and blind!)
  4. My family  has 3 fish tanks and 2 cats (1 of the cats is actually my cat.)
  5. I like to sew.
  6. My great gamma is 94 and can still play piano and walk!
  7. I was dog sitting when a deer attacked the dog! (It survived.)

Do you have anything in common with me? If you have time can you tell me three random facts about you. That would be great.