“I TOLD you not to eat those beans : you can stay in the tent and out of the camper until things…dissipate.”
It was the most elaborate obstacle course the dog show had ever designed.
What was a little discomfort in the face of the Rapture?
With their parents called away to war, the children had to fend for themselves.
Looking back, he had to admit that “KosherPalooza” was doomed from the start.
The aliens were displeased to find a camp ground where their crop circle was supposed to go.
Lydia realized that she was going to hate camping, and subsequently the week long concert, when Will told her that heels weren’t sensible and her Coach bag would get dirty if she brought it.
They came weeks early for phenomenon that their leader foretold, for they wouldn’t want to miss the colors that came at the end.
*for the phenomenon*
Sorry about the crazy typos this week. My crazy vacation has left me with little sleep and a lot of editing problems.
The Sullivan family reunion grew every year, and the camping ground they reserved eventually had to rent out their entire property just to fit them all, much to the owners delight.
The mysterious lights over the desert quickly gave birth to a tent city of believers, complete with portajohns, much to the chagrin of the 15 year old computer genius running the light show.
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