Odessa is back again. She did so well on Colin’s first interview with her that he thought he would interview her again. You never quite know what she will say, so it is entertaining. If you missed her first time in the spotlight, here is the link for you. Friday’s 6 word story plus a Bonus Feature!
Who would you like to see interviewed next? Feel free to let Colin know in the comments below, since he is such a good interviewer 🙂 Have a great Sunday! As always, Thanks for reading my blog, where you never really know what kind of post to expect! Looking back on old posts yesterday and how my blogging adventure all began made me smile. Didn’t know about the bond I would form with my readers and the beautiful friendships that would spring from it. The unexpected can sometimes be such a blessing!
Odessa Interview No.2
Colin: Today Odessa, I want to talk about the whole group and what you think about them; How you met, and your reactions to the stories about you all. Let’s start with Dewey. He’s a cat and you’re a bird so there could be a problem there. What do you think?
Odessa: In different circumstances, I would keep well away from Dewey however, given that I probably saved his life when he was much smaller, I think that gives me an advantage. Regardless of the fact that I am a bird, he knows that without my intervention he would probably not be here. I think that’s why he is quite happy with me being around! Good story line on your part Colin as it solved a potential problem!
Colin: So that explains why Dewey relates to you the way he does, but how do you feel about sharing adventures with a cat?
Odessa: It’s really not a problem. To start with, I am bigger than Dewey and can fly. When he was smaller, I could have lifted him off the ground very easily but now… well it takes a lot more effort. If he ever gave me a problem though, I have a wonderful set of claws that would keep him under control!
Odessa: Well Jaxon is unique, literally, isn’t he! I read your introduction to him and he really is a “one of kind” animal. His strength is his love of life, and of course his magic which, by the way, neither you nor Carolyn have really explored. Surely there are some good potential stories there? I like the idea of Jaxon and me living in the barn together because it gives us time away from the other two! I bet if you tried hard, you could come up with a story about just us two!
Colin: Perhaps! How about the Man-Servant?
Odessa: Oh I really do like him because he is so sloppy with his questions, so I get to correct him often. I love it! Then, of course, he really is the focal point of the stories because without him, the farm as I know it would not exist would it. I really cannot imagine living on an empty farm, even though I am very independent by nature. I just love the other characters and the invitations into the farmhouse in the evenings!
Colin: Do you have any thoughts about future stories?
Odessa: Well… remembering that my Dad was hunting for food when the cliff collapsed and took away my family, perhaps somehow I could meet him as he is presumably still alive. Then of course stories could include Hermione and her Mom Florence. Perhaps just Jaxon and I could have an adventure? I would really like that. Dewey could have an adventure on his own? Perhaps the Man-Servant would have a reason to leave the farm for a few days, and the story could be about us three taking care of things in his absence. Perhaps something exciting, or disastrous, could happen to the farm? There really are so many possibilities, but just make sure that you look after us all!
Colin: Thanks Odessa. It’s always a pleasure talking with you.
Odessa: No problem. I shall await some new adventures from you and Carolyn.