A Word For Sunrise Once upon a time there was a family of Cave persons, a Mama Caveman, a Papa Caveman, A Big Sister Caveman, a Baby Caveman, a Grand Pa Caveman and a Pet Wolf They all lived in a comfortable cave by the sea. They had all the modern
A   Word For Sunrise
 
Once upon a time there was a family of Cave persons, a Mama Caveman, a Papa Caveman, A Big Sister Caveman, a Baby Caveman, a Grand Pa Caveman and a Pet Wolf They all lived in a comfortable cave by the sea. They had all the  modern 
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Once upon a time there was a family of Cave persons, a Mama Caveman, a Papa Caveman, A Big Sister Caveman, a Baby Caveman, a Grand Pa Caveman and a Pet Wolf. They all lived in a comfortable cave by the sea. They had all the modern conveniences.

A Word For Sunrise Once upon a time there was a family of Cave persons, a Mama Caveman, a Papa Caveman, A Big Sister Caveman, a Baby Caveman, a Grand Pa Caveman and a Pet Wolf They all lived in a comfortable cave by the sea. They had all the modern

conveniences. They had a stream of fresh running water, a cave wall with pretty pictures painted on it, fire, and a woolly mammoth rug. And they had a large vocabulary, all of it consisting of the word, "ugg." When the sun came up in the morning, they said "ugg."

When the fire was low and it was someone’s turn to go out into the cold and bring in firewood, they said "ugg!" When the blue birds sang, and the wildflowers danced in the gentle breeze, they all said, "ugg!" and smiled at one another.

But Baby Caveman was a nonconformist. One day when the sun was warm, and the wildflowers pretty, and Mama’s lap soft and comforting he said, "EEEE!" "Ugg." corrected Mama." "Eeee!" insisted Baby Caveman, and nothing they could do would make him speak properly.

When Pet Wolf licked Baby Caveman in the face, he said "eeee!" When the butterflies flitted in the meadow he said "eeee." When anyone gave him a hug he said, "eeee." They were getting more and more worried about him, and discussed his strange behavior far into the night. "Ugg." said Mama Caveman." "Ugg!" said Papa Caveman

"Ugg!" said Grandfather, as he thought very deeply about his Grandson. "Ugg! Ugg! Ugg!" But then one day Baby Caveman fell and scraped his knee, and he said, "ugg!" The family looked at one another and breathed signs of relief. But it didn’t last. When Baby tasted the sun- warmed sweet blue berries from the hill, he said "eeee!" again, and they all exchanged worried glances. This went on for days. But one day when Papa had just brought home some wooly mammoth meat, and they cooked it on their nice fragrant fire, and the meat tasted so good, and their bellies were full, and Baby Caveman said, "eeee." again. Grand Pa Caveman suddenly realized something. He said, "eeee." too! And Mama, Papa, and Sister looked up most startled. "Eeee!" said Baby Caveman. "Eeee!’ said Grand Pa Caveman back at him, and they hugged one another, and the rest of the family stared with their mouths open.

When the sunrise came up all pink and rosy over the sea, Mama, Papa, and Sister would say, "ugg." But Baby and Grand Pa said "eeee." When the birds sang, Mama, Papa, and Sister said, "ugg." But Baby and Grand Pa said, "eeee." "Grand Pa and Baby said, "Ugg." just the way they were supposed to. This went on for months. But then after a long cold winter when the first wild violet poked its lavender head out of the snow, and Grand Pa !

But when the wind blew cold, and the meat was tough, and the smoke blew in their eyes and Baby said "eeee," it dawned on Sister what they were doing. "Eeee!’ she said. Papa and Mama looked up startled. She pointed at the flower and said, "eeee." She pointed at the cold cold snow and said, "ugg." She pointed at the warming sun and said "eeee." She pointed at a scratch on her arm and said, "ugg." Then it finally dawned on Mama and Papa what "eee’ meant.

After that, "ugg" meant "the snow is cold," and "the fire needs wood," anAfter that, "ugg" meant "the snow is cold," and "the fire needs wood," and, "Sister pulled my hair!", but "eeee" meant, "The flowers smell pretty," and "I have a hug for you." and "Pet Wolf is licking my hand."

Baby Caveman lived to a great old age, and saw grandchildren and great grand children of his own, and he invented six more words, but "eeee" was always his best loved, his most used and his best understood.

"Ugg!" said Papa Caveman

"Ugg." said Big Sister.

"Ugg!" said Grandfather, as he thought very deeply about his Grandson. "Ugg! Ugg! Ugg!"

But then one day Baby Caveman fell and scraped his knee, and he said, "ugg!"

The family looked at one another and breathed signs of relief.

But it didn’t last. When Baby tasted the sun- warmed sweet blue berries from the hill, he said "eeee!" again, and they all exchanged worried glances.

This went on for days.

But one day when Papa had just brought home some wooly mammoth meat, and they cooked it on their nice fragrant fire, and the meat tasted so good, and their bellies were full,

and Baby Caveman said, "eeee." again. Grand Pa Caveman suddenly realized something. He said, "eeee." too! And Mama, Papa, and Sister looked up most startled.

"Eeee!" said Baby Caveman.

"Eeee!’ said Grand Pa Caveman back at him, and they hugged one another, and the rest of the family stared with their mouths open.

When the sunrise came up all pink and rosy over the sea, Mama, Papa, and Sister would say, "ugg." But Baby and Grand Pa said "eeee."

When the birds sang, Mama, Papa, and Sister said, "ugg." But Baby and Grand Pa said, "eeee."

But when the wind blew cold, and the meat was tough, and the smoke blew in their eyes "Grand Pa and Baby said, "Ugg." just the way they were supposed to.

This went on for months.

But then after a long cold winter when the first wild violet poked its lavender head out of the snow, and Grand Pa and Baby said "eeee," it dawned on Sister what they were doing.

"Eeee!’ she said!

Papa and Mama looked up startled.

She pointed at the flower and said, "eeee."

She pointed at the cold cold snow and said, "ugg

She pointed at the warming sun and said "eeee."

She pointed at a scratch on her arm and said, "ugg."

Then it finally dawned on Mama and Papa what "eee’ meant.

After that, "ugg" meant "the snow is cold," and "the fire needs wood," and, "Sister pulled my hair!", but "eeee" meant, "The flowers smell pretty," and "I have a hug for you.

" and "Pet Wolf is licking my hand."

Baby Caveman lived to a great old age, and saw grandchildren and great grand children of his own, and he invented six more words, but "eeee" was always his best loved,

his most used and his best understood.

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