Red was to go post haste to Gramma’s house, but the forest of flowers was too tempting and she left the path. The delight of the beautiful flowers caused Red to pick the white and pink blooms for her grandmothers table. Wolf also delighted in the forest of flowers and convinced Red that the crimson flowers were the most exquisite in the land. And they were. Red accepted Wolf’s invitation to add his personal favorites to her bouquet and wished her good fortune and good-bye. . . . . . .