Friday, July 18, 2008

The Secret Savior

I talked to Mr. Appleton today. I said I knew how worried he was about money, and maybe I could get a job to help pay for things. Maybe I could move boxes, or unload trucks, or help people reach things on tall shelves. Or like Pie Guy said in the comments, there's got to be a farm job for somebody like me who can do the work of five men and a tractor. As long as it didn't keep me from taking care of my own cows, of course.

Mr. Appleton laughed, actually laughed, for the first time since I met him. "I just got off the phone with somebody who can help us," he said. "If things go as planned, none of us will ever have to worry about money again!"

He wouldn't say anything more than that.

For a moment I thought of Dream Boy and the promise he made to provide for me. Then I remembered that Dream Boy is just a figment of my imagination. Of course Mr. Appleton is talking about somebody else, but who???


  1. i said truck but somethings up keep one eye open at night or i mite be Paranoid, pieguy

  2. You did say that...sorry, Pie Guy!!!

    It's hard to keep one eye open while you sleep, but I'll try.

  3. Well, if your dream was somehow prophetic, I hope it's a good thing, like Dream Guy would do, and not a bad thing, like some sort of circus contract like your dream also hinted. As long as you can feel good about yourself at the end of it, I'd be all for it.

    But I must admit, Mr. Appleton hasn't yet earned my trust. So I'm a little worrised about what this unknown could be.

  4. I don't really trust him either, but you've got to trust somebody...right? Maybe I can trust Dr. Crisp...

  5. I'm sure you can trust Dr. Crisp. And in any case, there's this thing called Doctor-Patient Confiedentiality.

    What it all amounts to is that anything you say to Dr. Crisp(as long as it isn't about you hurting yourself, hurting others, or doing something illegal-such as theivery)will stay with Dr. Crisp.

    Also, I've been away on vacation in Idllywild(a nice place in the mountains), and I have some freetime. I can show you some pictures I took on my digital camera-uploading them and all that. The scenery and landscape is pretty breath taking from the right view points.

  6. That sounds so nice!!! I wish I could see places like that.

  7. I can understand your lack of trust for Mr. Appleton, but don't forget he has agreed to take care of you. He didn't have to but he did. I don't think he's gonna sell you to the circus.

  8. pie guy circus that be the lest of your worrie what if he sold you to the goverment and thay clone you then there be 20 feet tall girls all over then you'll be short for once but thay all be evil clone bent on picking on you or ruling the world then ill have to peel giant grapes to a evil giant clone OH NO wait that last parts a little carzy where would thay get giant grapes?

  9. Could they clone the giant grapes, or would that make the grapes evil too? Now that would be a great story!!!


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I'm 15 years old and almost (but not quite) 18 feet tall. Mrs. Appleton says I'm very pretty and well proportioned, which I guess is a complement. I'm not super thin or anything but I think I'm in pretty good shape.

I have dirty blonde hair that's kind of wild because I trim it with Pa's old hedge trimmers. My eyes are green as the ocean, as Ma always said, but I wouldn't know because I've never seen an ocean. My skin is tanned from being out in the sun a lot but not too dark and (usually) not burned.

I wear a blouse and skirt-shorts that my mother quilted for me three years ago. They look like a big patchwork cuz she used many squares of fabric and cowhide. I've grown since then, so the skirt-shorts no longer come down to my knees, my blouse is way tight, and there's a bit of skin showing in between. I don't have any shoes (and that makes me sad to think about so I usually don't).

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