Saturday, October 2, 2010
DISCARDED PLASTIC BAG STUCK IN TREE WAS IMPORTANT, ONCE
"I came home with them [the Prescott family] from Mega mart, and I was a valuable member of their family for quite some time. I was the one that carried Cassie's art project to school, and Mrs. P told her, 'honey please bring home that bag'. And she did," said the bag.
"I was the holder of little Teddy's stained underwear when he had the accident at the park. Poor, embarrassed little Teddy, I saved the day," remembered the bag, as its voice was reduced to a saddened whisper.
The bag has been stuck in the tree for the last 2 weeks, and knows that the fall season brings much heavier winds.
"The winds are really starting to pick up. This is going to end in one of 2 ways," said the bag, "either a strong wind carries me right off this branch to freedom or, gulp, I get ripped apart and become several pieces of plastic blowing all around. Obviously I'm rooting against the latter."
DD (Wilma Pantzfit reporting)