Second Story, Untitled

In the first place, the child was sitting outside because his Nana and Grandad were coming. But it took a long time for the child to see the car. But luckily his Dad was walking outside in the yard, and said to his little child, “Would you like to go to the movie studio?” And the child said, “Absolutely, I would!”
And so they gave the fire truck caravan a new coat of red paint and they were ready to drive. By accident they saw the road where builders were digging a patch in the road by the lever. (sic- do you write sic to show that you didn’t screw this up- that’s really what he said, even if it makes no sense??) But the driver needed to get through. He saw a sign for the movie studio behind them.
But then the child had a great idea. They could actually try to make a little patch themselves around the two builders and then they would fall in. (Again, with the sic.)
And that’s the story completed.
But there’s one more thing- the movie studio was closed. But when they arrived at the movie studio, they saw the arrow pointing to “closed.”
But there’s one more thing- they wanted to go for a swim so the truck had to turn around and drove to the swimming studio. But when they arrived at the swimming pool studio they saw the arrow pointing to “open.”
So they got their swimming costumes on and they swam and swam and swam.
But there’s one more thing- they saw a volcano getting ready to erupt in China. So they needed volcano killer, and luckily there was volcano killer right in the back of the truck!

by Henry Miller
Scribed by Mummy
11:30 am, 18 February 2013
Albury, NSW, Australia

Illustrations to follow…

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One Response to Second Story, Untitled

  1. You blog too! Kept that one in the closet 😉 This is the cutest thing I’ve ever read- love the sudden life-or-death tension right at the end, Hollywood would suit Henry well! X

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