Creative Story : A Short Story

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“Do I have to go?” asked the eleven-year-old boy looking up to his mother. “I’m sorry buddy, but you do.” replied the conscience-stricken mother, “Why don’t you want to go?” A moment of hesitation flashed before the boy before giving an untrue response, “I just don’t think I will like camping.” There is someone knocking on the door. The mother walks out of the kitchen and opens the door up. A joyful looking man with a long beard is standing there. “Good morning my kids!” said the man. “Hi Dad!” responded the boy and his sister. The two waves at their dad, then kissed their mother goodbye before walking out to the dad’s car. Once inside, the boy opens up the console, where there the Lemonheads always are, and pops one in his mouth, giving a sour yet sweet sensation he needs to boost his mood. The dad puts the bags the kids need for the weekend in the back, then he hopped in the car. “Who’s ready to go camping?” the dad asked enthusiastically.
“I am!” exclaimed the sister.
“What are we going to do?” the boy asked, dodging the question.
“Well, my buddy has a cave on his property,” said the dad, “so we can go in there and look for some monsters!” He gave his best monster face, which made the kids laugh.
They took off from the house, and the boy looks at the side mirror next to him, longing to be in that house rather than a tent. They stopped at the gas-station to fuel up. The dad went inside to pay, and when he got back into the car, the boy and girl shockingly

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