“This place is convenient.”

Everyday Life Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: “You know what?” Joey replied, “Right now—this minute, I don’t care.”

“Neither do I—just wondering, is all.”

“You two just quit your ‘wondering,’ and enjoy the party.”

“I wasn’t wondering—it was your husband!”

“Quit making excuses, Joey, and get that food done!”

“Yes ma’am.”

Episode 1—Scene 3… Inside the Boardman Brothers Cabin… “You two get registered at the college?”

“No problem, Uncle Harry,” Sandra replied, “We enrolled in the Business Management degree program.”

And with that—all four disappear from our story.

For the time-being.

Season 17—Adventure 2—Everyday Life—Episode 2—Scene 1… After Joey’s fine grilled dinner Boomer’s new place… (Now—with the Boardman Brothers and company out of our hair—at least for the time being—we can do our best to live our everyday lives.

That sounds kinda boring to me, GENTLE READER, how long do you reckon THAT will last?

Yeah—me too!)

“Anyone ready for dessert?” Joey asked, “How about some fresh Crème Brûlée Cheesecake Bars?”

“Anyone ready for dessert” ©JBoardman“Anyone ready for dessert?”

“I’m in,” Cam exclaimed, “My favorite!”

“Lar tipped me off,” Joey grinned, “And it helps that Boomer & T like it as well.”

“Enough talking—dish-out the dessert already!”

“Okay, Boomer—get to the end of the line!”

Episode 2—Scene 2… Inside the Snidely’s New Home in Danger Bay… Jonathan and Priscilla Snideley with 8-year-old fraternal twins William (Billy) and Cassandra (Cassy) arrived at their new home just outside of the Danger Bay city limits.

They came from the St. Paul suburb of Brooklyn Heights—where Mr. Snideley was employed as a computer programmer.

The Snidelys in their new home ©JBoardmanThey came from the St. Paul suburb of Brooklyn Heights

While Minnesota prides itself as being welcoming to all—the truth of the matter is that racism exists almost everywhere—but particularly in the suburbs.

The mixed-race children were constantly subjected to racial-slurs—especially Billy—with his dark complexion and blue eyes—he got it from both dark & light-skinned kids.

“If Camille Farkleberry represents the attitude of the Danger Bay area—we may have found a real home.”

“You may be right, Prissy,” Jon replied, “I get that same feeling—but—one never knows.”

“I wonder if there is a daycare operation nearby?”

“Let’s go into town and find-out.”

Episode 2—Scene 3… Outside Kiddie Korner… The Snidelys were a little surprised to find a daycare facility so close to home—less than a mile, “This place is convenient.”

The Snidelys arrived at Kiddie Korner ©JBoardman“This place is convenient.”

“It is, Jon,” Prissy replied, “Let’s check it out.”

“Are you afraid it might be ‘pedophile heaven?”

“Don’t be silly!”

Our Story Will Be Continued…

About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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4 Responses to “This place is convenient.”

  1. lhalvor says:

    I’ve always loved the name Snidely.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Chris Shouse says:

    Welcome new characters 🙂


  3. Joey Jerkovich says:

    Creme Brulee. Joey’s specialty


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