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  • I was quite impressed by ma little cousin who is just 3 years old , is so good at making stories and that also instantly , the other day i was talking to her , actually telling her a story of how the doggy disappeared , was amused when she added her new story ,the story in her words goes this way :
    "The doggy was mischievous , so the police was chasing it , so it ran away and disappeared into the street straight way to it's mom. "

    The story reflects her daily observations and experience , she is a bit scared of the cops , and whenever someone scolds her she runs to her mommy obviously , but the way she narrated it was worth watching, with all her cute expressions , and not just this story , whenever she is asked about any thing , she instantly comes with a new story .

    If someone would ask me now , who is your inspiration for writing stories ,its definitely her , its really a new experience for me ,to see how a kid s mind works, what reflects in the stories are part of things that are part of their routine , and there is this part of innocence in their eyes , no matter how fake the story is , you want to believe it.
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