Yesterday we celebrated the Declaration of Independence of our great nation, the United States of America. There were lots of great friends, a cookout, intriguing conversations, a four-wheeler, and lastly fireworks, lots of
Scott came rushing over as he heard the loud wails coming from his little brother. He grabbed Andy and cradled him like a newborn child while blood soaked his shirt. Rick came running over soon after. By now Alice was screaming hysterically and apologizing profusely.
Excited for the chance to meet her face to face, this chance encounter could change his life, hopefully for the better. He knew she was a woman of great power, but he had no idea how great that power was. He would soon find out.
Finally, without warning, the blue lights turned off. I was confused. I said, “Hey, he turned off his lights!” “Oh, well that means you can go.”, was the answer I got from Mister Jimmy. “What? Really? Are you sure?” “Yeah, just go man! Just put it in drive, and pull away, you’re good.”
“I bet you two think you’re hot-shits, don’t you?”, the man said with an angry tone. “I suppose we do.”, was my smart-aleck response. I put on my best smirk.