CC, a Flying Unicorn, and some other Shed inhabitants were outside wandering around in the clearing, by the burn pit. There was a small
fire burning there with some fresh Wild Boar cooking away. The smell of Bacon woke the rest of the sleeping Shedders!
"Do I smell BACON?!" The dreary eyed Ash asked. She is one of the Hybrid Dragon/PolarBear mix and is one of CCBears, (When She was a PolarBear), and
Syx The Dragon's offspring! The Sister of Spark, the Male. The birth of those Bragons will be remembered in infamy!
"Yes that's Bacon Hunny." CC replied. "There will be plenty to go around shortly. I wish that Your Father would return. I have been missing Him. He
did send a telepathic message to Me saying they He and some other Dragons are in a Huge Pyramid, that was uncovered from it's hiding under a huge pile
of fallen trees and undergrowth. Some small alien ships burned away all that cover, to expose that Pyramid! There is a huge 15 foot tall, Four armed
Beast there that They brought to life from a statue! Unbelievable!!" She finished with smiling."I have been sending thoughts to Him for a while this
morning, but He must be too busy to reply."
"Don't worry Ma. He will be back here soon, most likely." Little Ash responded with...
As She spoke, The young Male Bragon Spark, walked up to the fire and stared at the meat cooking there with sleepy eyes. "Is that just about done?" He
asked while yawning and stretching out His Blue/Grey wings.
edit on 5-8-2016 by SyxPak because: fixed a boo boo...
This morning a kitty was walking on the beach and looked like a mess. So I walked up and it came to me. I took it inside penny like cats but he kitty
did not like penny. I had to put penny in my room. The kitty had a tag with the owners number. I called and the lady was so happy, she said her cat
never came home for two days. She asked for my address to pick up her kitty. She lives 2 miles away. The kitty walked two miles.
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