Episode 1 - Extra LunchEpisode 1 - Extra Lunch in General Fiction More Like This
It was another normal morning at Amity Park. It was sunny. Everyone was beginning their activities. Some were sitting on their balconies and relaxing on that morning with a coffee or tea. There's a big sign saying 'Amity Park - A nice place to live!' in the town. In the middle of the town, you could see a big statue of the world's half-ghost hero: Danny Phantom, holding a giant globe on his hand.
A man just took a sip of his coffee on his balcony meanwhile a woman at the house in front of him was dying up her clothes by hanging them on her balcony. It was peaceful, until-
Something(or was it someone?) was passing in a very fast speed and made the woman's clothes fell off the balcony and spilled the man's coffee.
"Hey! My coffee!"
There was a scream, and then there was a broken glass sound- followed with a surprised cat's sound. Everyone in that neighborhood was looking and shouting at the same flying figure- he was a boy.
"Hey! Be careful!"
"Aaah! I am ver
PnF - The Unicorn Room pt 1 of 2"It was really thoughtful for you and your sons to come and help clean the garage, Linda," Calleigh said as she sat down in the living room with her college friend. "Mitch has been so stressed lately. Helping hands was certainly something he needed."PnF - The Unicorn Room pt 1 of 2 in General Fiction More Like This
"Mitch is always stressed," Linda teased as she crossed her legs and took a sip from her coffee. "He worries too much about everything."
Calleigh shrugged her shoulders. "I don't know," she replied. "He's just overprotective of things. He makes promises to people and he worries he'll break them. He's done that with my mother."
"With good reasons."
"Well yes, of course." Calleigh drank some of her tea before stirring it and looking at their wedding picture on the wall. "Although, you and I both know he gets exceptionally stressed this time of year," she said softly. "He's getting better, but it's like teaching a toddler to walk; one step at a time."
Linda set her cup down and leaned over her lap. "Is he still on medication?" she asked.
Light Up the Sky"Hé! Débarques de ma batterie!"Light Up the Sky in Short Stories More Like This
"I do not understand you when you speak French, Raphael."
"It means get off of my drumset, or get a bop on the head!"
Perak stuck out his tongue while tightening the red bandana around his neck. "It is not yours, it belongs to the school," he said.
"But I am the one who plays it for band practice, so move your sorry bum off of that seat before I give it a kick!" Ralph snapped while rolling up his sleeve.
From his chair in the corner of the music room, sixteen-year-old Galileo groaned tiredly while closing his eyes. He was balancing on the back legs of the chair, his arms folded behind his head. "Would you two just knock it off?" he muttered. "We're here to do band practice; not start a wrestling match."
"Tell him to get off of my drumset!" Ralph ordered while pointing at the Indonesian teenager.
Perak swatted his friend's hand aside. "The school's drum set," he corrected.
Galileo rolled his eyes just as Madison rose to her