沿着通往BARK PARK 公园的马路上行走，路边的草地上散落着橡子。时不时地，还会有一两粒的橡子从空中落下，初时听那“呯”的落地闷响，想必头被砸一下还会有点疼，因而要去躲避。可再一想，被那小小的坚果轻砸一下，也许就是与幸运撞头，便也从容不迫地继续沿着路缘行走。
I walk along the sand-clay road adjoining the small area of woods to the Bark Park. The road is scattered with a handful of acorns. One after another, the acorns occasionally fall with a dull "plunk" on the ground. If my head was hit by an acorn, it would hurt. With the thought in my mind, I walk out of the cover of the oak trees. No, accidently was hit by an acorn wouldn’t be that painful, but it’s a luck. the little elf living inside me who would like to take a minor risk in trading an entertainment tells me.
I am convinced by walking back to my previous route. Straightening my back and lifting my head up, I keep walking ahead with no worry.
In the grass and on the road, I see more acorns, from them I pick up two. Holding them in my hand, I look up, intending to see their origin. Under the clear sky, the upwards growing branches from a big oak tree stretch up robustly, seems like inviting a height competition with the sky. On one branch, a squirrel is running back and forth. By constantly delivering the twigs to a spot, he/she is busy on building her/his new nest. In the past, whenever I saw the oak twigs with vigorous green leaves on the ground, I always wondered what happened, yesterday was not windy. It’s kind of a mystery in my mind for quite a while, but not anymore.
Keep walking, I see a different type of fruit with hard shell on the ground. they are black, bigger than acorns. I pick up two, together with the two acorns, I put them in my pocket.
非常吸引人的，令人印象深刻的。 SHE LOOKS REDICULOUSLY PENG.
THIS PIZZA IS SO NICE, IT TASTES PENG.
YOUR T-SHIRT IS PENG.