FC: Penguin swim
3: It was a normal cold day in New York and Joey and his mom went to the local pond to play with his other little penguin friends. Joey was so excited.
5: Joey was so happy that he was playing with all of his penguin friends from the penguin school. Joey and his friends played catch made sand castles and put their feet in the water.
7: Don't think: Look! -Ludwig Wittgenstein | THe TH | Then suddenly Joey's mom had called him over to talk to him for something very important that would change his life.
9: Joey's revealed to him that he would have to finally have to SWIM. This four letter world had sent chills down Joey's little flippers and webbed feet. Joey had dreaded that four lettered word "Swim"
11: Joey's mom had flopped into the chilly and icy waters waiting for Joey to do the same. But too only find him tippy toeing around the ledge of the lake as if there was a gang of alligators and poisonous piranha were sitting there waiting to just bite him up.
13: Joey than saw his best friend Marco jump off the ledge and also saw that he didn't drown. This was a big relief since it was his friends first time also. This gave Joey the courage he needed to finally jump off the ledge and go for a swim.
15: Joey finally jumped into the water himself feet first. Joey felt like he had saw his whole life go by as he had made his first giant splash into the water.
17: Joey came up from under the water excited. HIs Mom asked him how he felt and he gladly shouted "AWESOME" Joey than asked his mom if he could do it again. And she joyously said yes noticing that Joey like swimming.
19: Joey then grabbed all his friends he could find and they all jumped into the lake together as if they had doing it for their whole lives.
21: That day Joey learned that trying new things can lead to finding your favorite thing to do when you have free time.
22: THE END
25: Go and walk with Nature; thou wilt find Full many a gem in her enchanted cup. -Isaac McLellan
30: As long as I live, I'll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. I'll interpret the rocks, learn the language of flood, storm, and the avalanche. I'll acquaint myself with the glaciers and wild gardens, and get as near the heart of the world as I can. -John Muir