ToonZ - Family Business Chapter 6“Ah don’t want any children.”ToonZ - Family Business Chapter 61 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
“But why not, Lad?” his father asked as he turned away from his work and looked at his son, who was sitting on a chair next to him, playing with the American dime he had received earlier that year. “Having a family is a beautiful thing. You can—!”
“They’d be nothin’ but trouble if ya ask me,” the ten-year-old said with a frown as he balanced his dime between his fingers.
“But Scrooge, you’re the last of the McDucks. If you don’t—!”
“Why does every conversation we have nowadays always end up with that as the subject?” the boy groaned as his frown worsened. “It’s all Ah hear nowadays. ‘Scroogey, you’re the last of the McDucks! It’s your job to keep our line goin’! It’s your responsibility! The fate of our family lineage is on your shoulders!’” He slammed his dime down o
ToonZ - Freeze Factor Chap3Morning came like a breath of fresh air—perhaps a little too fresh. South California was not used to the weather that had dropped over 100 degrees Fahrenheit overnight, and neither were its inhabitants. Everything had frozen, and frost decorated the edges of each window with jagged edges that glistened in the rising sun. It was perhaps the only beautiful detail about the subzero temperature.ToonZ - Freeze Factor Chap31 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Mickey had been up since five o’clock, walking around the studios to keep warm. He was glad that he had had the intelligence to keep a spare sweater at work—sometimes, the air conditioning was too chilly for his taste. But not even the green woolen sweater his mother-in-law had made him a few years earlier was enough to keep the chill from reaching his thin coat of black fur. Goosebumps climbed his arms every time he looked outdoors through a window and saw a breeze blow snow into the air.
His breath came out like thick mist as he heaved a sigh and rubbed his arms. He stepped over