During Yom Kippur, a family of farm animals were preparing for dinner. "I am overcome with thirst!" Barn-Cat-Brooke meowed to her brother. German-Shepherd-Graylan noticed the water pail was empty. "First, we need to tell dad!" Graylan barked.
Father Jack-Rabbit-Josh hopped through the cornfield. "It is your turn to fill the water bucket, Mother- Mia-Mongoose."
Sister-Mouse-Mei suggested that Box-Turtle-Brooklyn should get the water, because she lived next to the marsh. "It will take me a day to return to the barn. Make Ms. Billy-Goat-Bank get it!" Box-Turtle-Brooklyn snapped.
Ms. Billy-Goat-Bank had planned to surprise the farm family by bringing art she made for the barn. A little bird flew by and told Ms. Bank that the farm animals needed water.
Ms. Billy-Goat-Bank shuffled down the road to the well. She filled a bucket with water, then headed to the barn for dinner. "I can't forget the art!" she reminded herself.
The farm animals were so thankful that Ms. Billy-Goat-Bank brought water...but because she had to carry more than one thing...only a third of the water was left in the pail! The rest had spilled out while she juggled the artwork and pail.