Five Card Story: The Farm

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a Five Card Flickr story by Eden B. created Aug 19 2021, 03:39:35 pm. Create a new one!

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It all started on a warm Iowa summer day. There lived a husband and wife and all their grandchildren. They lived on a big farm with llamas. The farm was very peaceful, everyone was still sound asleep in the big house and all you could hear were the animals talking. Everyone slowly started to wake up. First it was grandpa Stan, then it was grandma Martha. Grandpa Stan headed out to go feed the llamas. After 30 minutes he finally finished feeding the llamas. Then he had to mow the grass. The grandkids finally woke up and went outside. They could smell the fresh cut grass. The mower ran out of gas so Stan and his oldest grandson got in the old fashioned car. They drove to the gas station. When they got back the other grandkids were driving the golf carts around and around racing each other. You could see where they had been driving because the grass was dead. Grandma Martha came running out because the youngest cousin was going by her flours As Stan was finishing mowing the grandkids went inside to eat. But when they were eating they realized that the youngest wasn't in the house eating. They all went outside to find him. The youngest was out by the llamas. They all ran over to him and he was sitting there doing nothing but just watching them. Until they all went into the cage and they didn't shut the gate behind them because they forgot. The llamas went running, everyone chased after them trying to catch them. The oldest grandson jumped up on one and he was on top of it. The llama kept running even with him. When they got them they walked them back to the pen. They all went and hung up a hanging tree tent and went to sleep for the afternoon. The end

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