Tired and shivering, persevering yet scared, Millie and he mother walked deeper and deeper into the dark forest. All that was before them was an evergreen, teeming throng of neighbouring trees. They unfortunately couldn’t find the way out, that was why they were meandering deeper into the darkening forest.
Half an hour later, they were still trudging on. Then before their very eyes was a gargantuan crowd of unmissable, shining spaceships that suddenly landed and covered all the ground as far as the eye could see. Their eyes popped out of their heads and shivers ran up their spines like spiders climbing up pieces of furniture.
They were surrounded by a group of menacing looking spaceships containing ALIENS! Some of the aliens were a murkey green; others were a muckey brown, both made Millie’s eyes water with worry yet astonishment. Then they noticed, these spaceships would bring peril to the vulnerable world.
Suddenly they noticed, they were in the center of an alien invasion. The UFO’s had landed and all they could do was watch, wonder sweeping over each others faces. The doors opened. Something stepped out. Millie’s eyes widened and a shiver lept up her unexpecting, almost frozen spine.
Meanwhile, nobody else knew the pandemonium tat was coming. Even though Millies mum was a responsible adult, she did not have a phone to call the police, who could come and save them … BANG! That was it, the aliens were out and ready for trouble. As smoke invaded the air, all they could do was wait.
As the smoke cleared and the darkened land seemed to let the aliens free, out came the danger that was stuffed within the spaceships. The aliens leader spoke in a wobbling voice,
“We’ve come to invade. Your land is the only one left with plants and life, just what we need to survive. This is war of two worlds, yours and mine!”
No words could describe how Millie felt, yet she was going to stand up for the world! Then determinedly she spoke,
“Have you ever even actually planted a tree?” a look of confusion swept over the aliens leader’s face. Millie and her mum then found out, the aliens only ate the trees that were already there, not any that they had planted themselves. They probably didn’t know how. It was time to teach these a lesson in gardening.
Millie had shown the aliens, how to plant a tree and what tree’s needed to grow. All through the lesson the knowledge-less aliens watched with smiles over their curious faces.
Two hours later, it was time to say goodbye, the aliens where putting Millie’s advice to good use. As the spaceship disappeared into the mists Millie and her mum finally saw the way home. Now the aliens knew, if they needed more seeds that it was a great idea to come to earth. Also Millie had noticed, the universe was an extravagant place indeed!