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Sitting in a black and silver chair, on the other side of the curtain covered window. An auburn headed eight year old boy, with a total bored look on his face.
Mom, how much longer? the boy wined to his mom. She was getting her hair dried under the drier head.
What? I cant hear you strawberry come here. She motioned him over.
He came over and leaned in and cuffed his hands around his mouth. How much longer? He asked again. She cuffed her hands around her mouth and said.
I dont know, maybe another 20, 25 minutes maybe. Why dont you play your Pokémon game?
I cant beat the dumb gym leader; can I get something to drink?
Umm...yes you can at the food palace right?
Ok then, why youre at it gets me a Coke. Be safe, dont make any little detours its a short trip. Got That.
Yes, I just need something to do.He s
Lost but found Part 1 Lost"Missing" Chapter 1
Rain was dipping through the holes in the ceiling of the old trailer. And one of the girls grabbed containers frantically to the dipping spots. So the water wouldnt get all over the floor.
"Kim are you sure it's ok for you to go out in this rain ." She looks up at the dipping ceiling."...it's pouring."
"Amie, if I dont go now..." Kim grabs a medium sized cooler."...there will be a super long line at the soup kitchen." Kim explained.
I am hungry, though. Amie thought to herself. "You got a point... she signed. Shrugging her shoulders.
Kim puts down the cooler and walks over to Amie putting her hands on her shoulders.
"Aims dont worry, ok." Amie signed shrugged her shoulders again she was quiet. Kim scowled at her"OOOOKKKK!"Kim exclaimed as her shock Amie's shoulders.
"Ok, Ok" Amie laughed. They both started laughing."Ok, go ahead." Amie laughed again.
"I'll be speedy quick so you won't even realize I was gone too long." Kim jo
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