Not too long ago, we had a cute little hamster named Harold. He was white and fluffy and he loved stuffing his cheeks with sunflower seeds. One of his favorite activities was running in his hamster wheel, which always kept us up at night. Harold the hamster also loved iced tea—that was until a little marshmallow came. Then he started to eat his cake.
This little boy took his cake to the beach at the turn of the century because he saw that an ice cream cone lay on the beach. I knew this was a special gift to him. He wanted for us what he wanted. To start with, we had to create the world. We needed something beautiful, and we had to create something beautiful.
The last thing we wanted to do was build a world out of these little islands. It was my imagination I would like to see; just beautiful islands that were the only ever created. I created an imaginary world with all the caves and places and obstacles that could make all of us go together. We were the only people. I wanted the world to be full of beauty, and a place where people could have fun. As the world grew larger, I wanted a place where people could talk. By doing that, we’d be able to create something so beautiful as to be something I’m grateful for. So here we are, with the hope that we would get a bigger world in a big way.
When the world grew bigger, the only people we knew were people with a little extra money to keep it warm. We could do this just to make our lives a little better.