I had a treehouse in a prior Minecraft life, but I tried to make a fireplace in it with lava (I know, but how cool would that have been, eh?) and I burned the damn thing down.
So this time, I made the fireplace outside. Or, in other words, I made a barbecue pit.
And I made a big ol’ treehouse. I put a garden in it, ’cause you can’t burn anything down with dirt and water. There were rabbits in my world, until they ran off to live in the snow, and I was afraid they would eat the garden, like they do, so I planted one on the ground for them and one in the tree so I’d have more seeds to plant for them.
The roof is made of glass, so I can see the rain and snow coming down. There’s a bridge of leaves with a roof of leaves, leading from my treehouse to my observation post. The OP is entirely of glass, so I can stand there and see the flowers in one direction, the snowy bits in the other direction, and the wintry mix falling all around me.
ME: All I’m finding is gold and diamonds!
MOM: What do you want to find??
Because you need string to make a fishing pole, you see. But then I found lots of bones (wolves, for the taming of) and saddles (horses, for the riding of). There were no horses on my island, though, and I don’t have the patience to coax them through water. Did that, not worth the effort.
But I did tame a wolf, so I had a dog at last!
And then the stupid Pats won the SuperBowl. There is no joy in Mudville.
I’m posting today at Fatal Foodies about corn chowder.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about a house fire.