And In The End

Mrs. Wolfe and Manda were laughing over slices of fresh carrot cake. In front of them was one particular painting of the two of them as stick figures with red superhero capes. Mrs. Wolfe was shaking so hard, she even had tears in her eyes. The parents and children from the kindie had sent them thank you letters and pictures.

"You know, they even sent letters to the department. I'm finally up for a promotion," exclaimed Manda.

"I couldn't be happier for you," said Mrs. Wolfe reaching out and patting Manda on the shoulder, "But does that mean you won't be finishing the garden?"

The End

Pigs in the City
Copyright © 1999 Katherine Phelps
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