Monday, November 3, 2008
Who said sharing a space is easy?
Compromising. Compromising. and Compromising. That word seems to be the key word when you share the same living space with another person, even when you do get along with that person. That seems to be the case of Wally and Mae (by Christa Kempter) who decided to share a house together. Now, Wally is a little rabbit who is used to doing things certain way. She likes things "to be" in a particular order, and things to "be done" in her particular way. At the other end of the spectrum, we have Mae, a bear with his own habit which are so opposite from Wally. How is this going to work? How is each getting their way? Can they meet halfway? Negotiate may be? A cute friendship story you don't want to miss.