I am going to share a story about things that may have happened in Caledonia MI while I was on the village council ten years ago. I learned some insights and hope this story is worth your time. I will attempt some on-the-spot sketches. The story will be a series of entries, so if it interests you, check my website soon. If you live in the Caledonia School District you will recognize your own territory. A few will find themselves as the story progresses. It is written for children between five and ten years of age. You can watch a new story being shaped.
Teemeyer was standing knee deep in the pool behind Black Pot Coffee Shop in Caledonia. He was fishing for breakfast since he is a Great Blue Heron and that is how they get their breakfast. Nearby two swans were floating with their grey cygnets, barely visible in the morning mist. Having no luck, Teemeyer decided to fly over toward Dutton where there was a stream hidden by willows. As he flew over the Caledonia Library he saw Cinderella the library cat. She looked up at him and then went back to her place on the bench with fancy lettering that says: