Back to Winnie, who's having a serious conversation with a toad. Yeah, a toad. Winnie doesn't really have friends, so she has to make do with a toad, which she doesn't even like that much.
It's hot and boring, and Winnie is tossing stones around while telling the toad that she thinks maybe she should run away from home.
Her mom and grandma boss her around, and Winnie's at the end of her rope. She explains to the toad (who's apparently a really good listener) that she wants to make her mark somehow. She needs to break out of her world, which just feels really limited.
Winnie compares her position in life to that of the toad's and decides that running away is pretty much the only option. She plans on making a break for it the next day.
Sure enough, her mom keeps nagging her, so Winnie peaces out.