-StoryGift- EscapeSince there wasn't a cloud of gloom hanging above the horizon, Jade decided that today was a good day for her to have a walk around town. Neither the sun nor the wind were in their roughest, so she got her sun hat off the rack, in case the clouds do decide to shine some light onto this land, and announced to her friends of her departure.
She cupped her hand around her mouth and asked, "Hey girls, anyone planning to have a walk around town with me today?"
"Not now Jade, I'm quite busy," replied one of her friends from the lab. "Once I can get this weather machine to work, we won't have to worry about the sudden change of weather anymore!"
She gave the remainder of her friends a few seconds to respond before she asked again, "Rilla, where are the others?"
The Raccoon's head popped out of the doorway. There were blots of inky oil on her bandana. With a thoughtful look, she told Jade, "Let me see Oh! Skye left this morning for another one of her errands while Tala and Kira are still
-OS- Daily NuisanceStatic television screen. That was the second thing Austin saw in the living room, the first being the crowd – consisting of Roslan, Munais, Devon, Tranquila, and Elsie – that had gathered at the doorway. He crossed his arms at the group of three surrounding the flat-screen television across the room. "What happened this time?"-OS- Daily Nuisance1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Someone," stressed Curwen from behind the television, "forgotten to pull out the plug when there was a thunderstorm last night. A lightning bolt must've caused a short-circuit throughout the mansion, and... well, now I have to find out what's wrong with it."
"This sucks." Eliza scowled, leaning upon the corner of the television with her legs crossed. "Which one of you was the last one in the living room last night?"
"It wasn't me." Shrugged Charles from the other corner of the flat screen. "I was in my office with Elsie the whole of evening, rearranging our schedule for missions and stuff. Ask her if you don't believe me. Right, E