Innocent Little Red

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INNOCENT RED RIDING HOOD!

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INNOCENT RED RIDING HOOD!

THE WOLVES WANT LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, WILL THEY BE SUCCESSFUL?

WHAT DOES LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD DO, THAT HELPS ON HER WAY TO GRANNY'S?

Wolves are very important to the forests, but not to the peoples taking over the woods, So the wolf, the first tamed animal helping the ancient hunters, now our pet dog, in the middle ages of farming and cutting down the woods became an evil monster used in horror stories. I can imagine why the wolf is in survival mode.

Today, the wolf is one who tries to fool for a veiled purpose of conning, which is eating of a sort, horror stories

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Today, the wolf is one who tries to fool for a veiled purpose of conning, which is eating of a sort, horror stories. Young children are not to talk to strangers that person may be in wolf's coat or in this folktale dressed in granny's clothing. What does that say about the grannies in the world - we are dumb and stupid to let a wolf eat us. HA!

NO! or know —> gentle, gallant, genuine, good-willed, generous, genius, good, good-natured, gorgeous, great, grand, and grateful, all that granny is the positives. While the wolf ( a metaphor) is ghastly, gloomy, glum, gnarled, graved, GRIM, groping, gruff, and guilty, the negatives the nemesis of the cautionary tale.

After having my children and grandchildren, especially a teenage granddaughter I see the journey to granny's house, as a personal warning to stay on the path one selects to become a granny offering comfort in tea and cake to her grandchildren.

++++++++~~~~~ the story is: Innocent Little RED

Once upon a time in a land far away lived innocent Red Riding Hood readies for her day to granny's house, dressed in her new red hooded cape. She has a basket of goodies for granny and her backpack has her many tools and skills inside.

The adult child opens the door and steps out onto the porch. The dog yap, "Protection, protection, protection!" A wolf sneaks along the porch as she walks across the porch. She opens the gate. Birds chirp, "Beware, beware, be safe, be safe, watch, take it easy, watch!" When she walks across the bridge, her two cats swishing their tails back and forth meowing, "Be careful, be careful, be careful." She pets the two cats then steps onto the path.

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