Guardian: Welcome to the writer's brain. I've been waiting for you.
Sheep #1: We're late because she couldn't get to sleep. (looks around) This is cramped. Why are some of our faces changing?
Guardian: She's thinking about her characters. There's a plot point she's stuck on. Look out!
Sheep #2: I didn't see the mud puddle. I'm stuck. And muddy. I hate mud.
Guardian: So does the writer. See those sheep frolicking? They're in the part of the plot that's working. As you've discovered, right here, there's mud.
Sheep #1: What's with the rainbow?
Guardian: That's the writer's fantasy of finishing this draft. Enjoy the view of the sunshine and the green grass. You can't get there from here. Too much mud.
Sheep #2: I could use some help here. I just had my hooves pedicured.
Sheep #1: Hey! You sheep with the weird faces! Come help! If we all work together we can get our sister out of this mess.
Group of sheep: We're busy. One of us is a murderer and we don't know which of us it is. It's rather unsettling.
Guardian: The writer knows which of you is the bad one. That plot is fine.
Group of sheep: Why all the glass?
Guardian: Sub plot.
Sheep #1: Who's the sheep walking softly carrying the big stick?
Guardian: Grammar sheep. He's cranky.
Sheep #1: And that one over there? Wearing the flowers and dancing around?
Guardian: Thesaurus sheep. Don't start him talking. Trust me.
Sheep #2: Something's happening. I'm feeling light. What's going on? What am I doing suspended up here? There's very little dignity hanging in the air.
Guardian: She's had her inspiration. It's lifted you out of the mud. Let us rejoice and carry on.
Sheep #1: Are we at the rainbow yet?
Guardian: It's closer. Every night it's a little closer.
Sheep #2: My hooves are ruined.
Guardian: New sub plot.