Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Nutty's Letter to the Humans

Many of you requested to see the letter that Nutty the squirrel wrote to the humans about installing electricity in his tree. Well, I finally got around to posting it. Enjoy!

Dear Mr. Human,


I’m writing you because I would like your help with a project. I’m attempting to install electricity in my friend Chippy’s tree, as well as my own. We would love to have heat—especially in the winter—and air conditioning—especially in the summer—as well as cable for the TVs we’re saving up for.


As you can see, I can’t do this on my own. While I may have opposable thumbs, I’ve never been to school—for some reason, most of the animals I know find school unnecessary, though I highly disagree—and don’t know a lot about installing electricity. I know it has something to do with wires and tools, but I have no idea how to actually make it work.


So could you please, please help me? I would greatly appreciate it.


Thank you for your time and I hope to see you at my tree very soon.



Nutty the Squirrel


PS: I almost forgot to give you directions! If you walk outside—through the front door—and turn left, all you have to do is keep on walking until you reach the first cluster of trees. Look for the tallest redwood. That’s my house. If you still can’t find it, look for a small weeping willow. That’s Chippy’s house. See you soon!

PPS: I'm sorry for the messy handwriting. I would've sent you an e-mail, but I don't have a computer. Or internet. Or electricity. Do you see my problem now?

PPPS: Could you bring some peanuts with you?