A dream in print.
and soon as Rhonda walked in to the court house and got to her desk the rain started falling, she looked out her window talking to herself about “yes I know dear your always worried that it is going to rain and it never does”,she noticed 3 dirty looking dogs running down the street to take cover from the rain and thought that’s odd where did they come from. We never have strays running the streets, for such a small pretty perfect town dirty running dogs where never seen, she went back to her desk and filing papers
at 1230 Jamie walked in and asked Rhonda if she wanted to go to lunch and Rhonda looked and seen it was still pouring rain out and said where we going to go for lunch ,Jamie said the same place we been going to for the last 3 years Bobs grill. Rhonda gathered her things ,stood up and said sure lets go get wet in the rain ,Jamie laughed and said I have my umbrella ill share so we don’t get wet. Rhonda double checked her desk for anything out of place then grabbed her purse and headed out the door with Jamie, she paused for a moment and looked the room over again .they went off to bobs grill they got to bobs and took the normal spot they always sit in by the front window looking out and watching it rain ,they ordered the normal, chatted to each other about nothing important, Jamie was looking out the window and seen them same 3 dirty dogs run by and laughed out loud at them and they seemed to act as if they heard her and stopped and stood in the rain looking in at her growling and showing their teeth at her, Jamie got nervous about the dogs and looked at Rhonda and said “what the hell is wrong with them dogs “they are looking at me like I am going to be lunch for them. Rhonda said I don’t know I hate dogs and refuse to have them as pets, they are all covered in some red stuff and dirt and nasty all dogs are nasty. Rhonda said just ignore them they will go away, Jamie looked over at Rhonda and said maybe so they are creepy. They talked about things at work and laughed and had fun giggling about nothing.
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