Suddenly noticing her, the girl halted her bizarre dance with one leg balancing steadily in the air as though she had been frozen in time. The girl starred at her quizzically, her head cocked to one side as if pondering a thought.
“What are you doing sitting here? Don’t you know the cows are out? She will get awfully mad if she finds out that you’ve let her cows run wild again,” the girl said petulantly, lowering her leg and brushing off some invisible dirt on her red shoe. The girl was wearing a red tutu and her skin was an earthy red hue.
Cows? What is she talking about? She wondered silently.
Then she heard the bells. They jingled from around the necks of several red cows flying in between those red trees. It was a peculiar sight to behold, and though she was even more certain now that this had to be a dream, she could not shake the fear that gripped her heart with renewed ferocity.
“Quickly! Quickly!” Snapped the girl, snatching her hand and yanking her up to her feet. The girl pushed her towards the cows. “You had better get them back before she wakes!”