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Peachy Villains by Wendy Meadows

Author:Wendy Meadows [Meadows, Wendy]

Language: eng

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Publisher: Majestic Owl Publishing LLC

Published: 2018-03-18T06:00:00+00:00

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Peachy Villains by Wendy Meadows

A heavy rain had settled in over the circus, causing the grounds to become saturated and muddy. Momma Peach sure wasn’t interested in sneaking around a dark circus in a heavy rain, especially not with her belly full of one of Sam’s full suppers that consisted of a very heavy chili dosed with enough cayenne pepper to scare off a coyote. “Oh, give me strength,” Momma Peach moaned as she eased into the main tent wearing a black rain jacket, hoping the black jacket and hoodie would make her fade into the darkness without being seen by watchful eyes. Sure, there were a few cops roaming about in gray rain slickers, and sure, Momma Peach really didn’t need to be sneaking around—however, being unseen was her mission. She didn’t want even a tiny little field mouse knowing she was roaming about.

As Momma Peach eased through the darkness, a second figure appeared in the shadows and began walking toward Momma Peach with fierce power. Momma Peach didn’t notice the figure. Instead, she hugged the right wall and began walking behind the bleachers, one slow step at a time. Surely, she thought, she would be able to find a secret position that would allow her to monitor Max Moroz. Surely she would find a hiding spot, a safety net to think in. “Easy does it, girl,” Momma Peach said, walking toward the far end of the main tent with her back pressed up against the canvas. “Mr. Sam’s chili, cayenne pepper, and killers don’t mix well together.” Momma Peach paused, let out a painful burp, admonished Sam under her breath, and then continued on.

The dark figure watched Momma Peach and then dashed to the end of the main tent and waited. When Momma Peach reached the end of the tent, the figure slipped up behind Momma Peach and covered her mouth with a strong hand. “It’s Michelle,” Michelle whispered, “what in the world are you doing here, Momma Peach? I drove you home with Lidia.”

 

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Author:Wendy Meadows [Meadows, Wendy] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Wendy Meadows [Meadows, Wendy]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Majestic Owl Publishing LLC

Published: 2018-03-18T06:00:00+00:00
A heavy rain had settled in over the circus, causing the grounds to become saturated and muddy. Momma Peach sure wasn’t interested in sneaking around a dark circus in a heavy rain, especially not with her belly full of one of Sam’s full suppers that consisted of a very heavy chili dosed with enough cayenne pepper to scare off a coyote. “Oh, give me strength,” Momma Peach moaned as she eased into the main tent wearing a black rain jacket, hoping the black jacket and hoodie would make her fade into the darkness without being seen by watchful eyes. Sure, there were a few cops roaming about in gray rain slickers, and sure, Momma Peach really didn’t need to be sneaking around—however, being unseen was her mission. She didn’t want even a tiny little field mouse knowing she was roaming about.

As Momma Peach eased through the darkness, a second figure appeared in the shadows and began walking toward Momma Peach with fierce power. Momma Peach didn’t notice the figure. Instead, she hugged the right wall and began walking behind the bleachers, one slow step at a time. Surely, she thought, she would be able to find a secret position that would allow her to monitor Max Moroz. Surely she would find a hiding spot, a safety net to think in. “Easy does it, girl,” Momma Peach said, walking toward the far end of the main tent with her back pressed up against the canvas. “Mr. Sam’s chili, cayenne pepper, and killers don’t mix well together.” Momma Peach paused, let out a painful burp, admonished Sam under her breath, and then continued on.

The dark figure watched Momma Peach and then dashed to the end of the main tent and waited. When Momma Peach reached the end of the tent, the figure slipped up behind Momma Peach and covered her mouth with a strong hand. “It’s Michelle,” Michelle whispered, “what in the world are you doing here, Momma Peach? I drove you home with Lidia.”

Momma Peach nearly fainted. When Michelle let go of her mouth she threw her hands over her chest. “Oh, I saw my life flash before my eyes,” she whispered in a frantic voice. “Baby, you just scared me out of my wits.”

“You told me you were going to wait until tomorrow to come back here because of the rain,” Michelle insisted.

“I know, baby,” Momma Peach whispered, still breathing hard. And then, she farted. “Oh, give me strength. Mr. Sam’s chili is going to cause the US Army to come running if I drop any more bombs.”

Michelle waved her hands in front of her nose. “Oh, Momma Peach,” she said.

“Blame Mr. Sam,” Momma Peach complained and, against her will, let out a second fart. “Mercy, my stomach is really doing a number.”

Michelle took a step back. “What are you doing here, Momma Peach?”

“Farting up a storm, it seems,” Momma Peach whispered. “Shoo…give me strength, give me strength.”

“I’m being serious,” Michelle insisted. “You know Lindsey Sung is loose.”

“I know, baby,” Momma Peach told Michelle and waited for her tummy to settle.

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