Hello, peoples of the world, Obi here.
AND JACK. I’M HERE TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE BEASTY!
Yes, we’re going to tell you about the excitement we had the other night.
IT WAS A BEASTY!
Yes. Anywho. It was getting close to sunset. The Girl was putting Buddy to bed (Okay was already in her room and asleep). The Boy was waiting in the next room in case she needed backup.
BUT WE NEEDED BACKUP BECAUSE I SAW THE BEASTY!
Yes. Having been relieved of our supervisory duties in the children’s rooms, I assigned Jack to patrol at the open windows and doors. I was going to take the next shift, after a little nap.
AND I SAW THE BEASTY!
Yes. I had just closed my eyes for a couple minutes and I heard Jack call out.
I SAW THE BEASTY!
Yes. I joined Jack at the patio door and called The Boy for reinforcements. Of course Jack and I could have handled it ourselves – except we’re not allowed outside.
AND IT WAS A HORRIBLE BEASTY!
Yes. The Boy came to see what we were yelling about. He looked outside but he didn’t see.
IT WAS THE BEASTY!
Yes. He assured us there was nothing wrong.
BUT IT WAS THE BEASTY!
Yes. He said he would check it out. The Boy bravely went outside. To show he wasn’t afraid of any man or beast, he wielded the water hose and casually got things wet in several parts of the yard. Jack and I remained at the door, prepared to protect him if needed.
HE CONQUERED THE BEASTY!
Yes. There was no sign of danger by the time he came back indoors. Hey, Jack, what exactly did the beasty look like?
IT WAS COVERED IN FUR WITH A HUGE FLUFFY TAIL. THEY HANG UPSIDE DOWN TO STEAL FOOD IN THE CAFE. THE BEASTLIEST OF BEASTLY BEASTIES! AND IT WAS ALMOST NIGHT!
Ye- wait. It was a squirrel?
Hmm. Well, that’s embarrassing. Maybe I should have gotten more detail before we sounded the alarm.
THE BOY BEAT THE BEASTY! HE DIDN’T COME BACK UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING!
Yeah…let’s not tell The Boy about this. Promise not to tell, peoples of the internet?
Until next time,
Obi AND JACK, me-out!