Here is my top secret Crammed Organisms entry. I may try another one before the deadline, but I am pretty happy with how she turned out, though if I do make another, I will put 2 ears on the wolf hood and make her eyebrows more angry. Below is the story I am including. She may not be as sweet and endearing as Billy Bob, but give her a break! I mean, a wolf ate her Grandmother for crying out loud! Also, I just wanted to be a bit darker for this one. I apologize in advance if I scare anyone! My takeoff is from the story where the Grandma lives.
Little Red Riding Hood, upon the death of the Big Bad Wolf, asked the heroic woodsman to help her carry the wolf's body to the town's taxidermist. While waiting for the taxidermy to be complete, Little Red Riding Hood taught herself how to sew. She immersed herself into her new craft and practiced various stitches by making fabric coasters. She found the stitching to be very therapeutic after her traumatic experience with the Big Bad Wolf. She would give out her practice coasters as gifts, and there wasn't a person in town with rings on their tables after she was done learning how to sew. When the taxidermy was complete, Little Red Riding Hood picked up the fur of the Big Bad Wolf and walked over to Grandma's house. Together, she and Grandma used very sharp scissors to cut the Big Bad Wolf into bits. They did this while sipping black tea and eating lemon cookies. Then, with the sharpest needle she could find, Little Red Riding Hood pieced the bits of the Big Bad Wolf back together to fashion herself a new hoodie. She felt very satisfied as she pierced through the fur. While sewing, Little Red Riding Hood reminisced about her experience with the Big Bad Wolf, and she knew that through experience comes wisdom and that never again would she be had. She also knew that on her walks to Grandma's house she would be bringing along her freshly sharpened knitting needles. Should another unpleasant wolf come around, she won't be needing any more rescuing from any Woodsmen.