Two girls spend a rainy day outside, squishing anything unpleasant they come across.
Rainy Day Fun
"Ugh! I am SO bored!" Jenny complained, as she threw her hands up into the air in frustration. "I wasn't supposed to rain today at all!"
"It is pretty messed up.." Angelica sighed, as she stared morosely out of her bedroom's large window into the back yard.
The heavy and completely unexpected downpour outside was the reason for both girls' downcast and disappointed moods. They had hoped to spend the early summer's day out in the sun, having fun. Now they instead felt trapped inside by the rain.
"Even the weather app on my phone says it's supposed to be clear right now." Jenny protested, as she bent over her cell phone and checked it for the fifth or sixth time in the past half hour. "How can it be so wrong?"
"Well.. we could play a video game.." Angelica began, before she was suddenly interrupted by the lights flickering on and off rapidly.
Then the lights, along with all the rest of the power in the house, went out entirely.
"Pshhh.." Jenny huffed out, exasperated, as she glanced around at the suddenly darkened room. "You were saying?"
"..Poop." Angelica said. "I guess not, then.. Wanna play a board game, then? Monopoly?"
Jenny only eyed her friend narrowly at the suggestion.
"Okay, no Monopoly.." Angelica continued. "..how about Risk?"
"The two longest, most boring, worstest board games ever invented.." Jenny replied, while shaking her head. "Thanks, but no. I'll just watch water fall out of the sky, instead. It'll be less dull."
"Jeez, sorry." Angelica said, rolling her eyes. "What do you want to do then?"
Both girls fell silent after that, and returned to only stared out glumly at the incessant, heavy rain falling outside.
"Hey, let's go for a walk." Angelica said, suddenly.
"What?" Jenny replied, surprised. "Angie.. It's POURING out there!"
"So what?" Angelica retorted, standing up. "We've got rain slickers and boots. We won't get too wet, and it'll be something to do, at least. Unless you want to stay in here doing nothing all day, in the dark."
"Well, when you put it that way.." Jenny said, with a resigned sigh as she too stood uPost too long. Click here to view the full text.