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Awakening, Pt. 10 of 10. They spent much of the following day driving about the countryside checking the fields and range monitors and the growth of wild weeds. It was only then when Terrence could really notice the pronounced change in color of the landscape, from brown to various hues of green. The lighter form of the color was caused by the native short grass, and scattered trees and patches of dwarf shrubs, and creeping juniper accounted for the richer dark hue. In the distance, the empty rolling terrain appeared to be like a wrinkled splotched blanket connected to the patchwork of the cultivated fields at one side; they could see that for the firs
Awakening, Pt. 9 of 10. Three days instead of just one were required to fully assess the extent of the storm's destruction on the entire area of the farm, and only by the late afternoon of the fourth were they ready to work in the field again. They spent the time clearing the debris from the farmyard, repairing the house more, and restoring washed out dirt and gravel roads. The bigger jobs would be left for later, mostly structural damage. Surprisingly, their place did not take the worst beating. The weather had since been moist and seasonable, and if any crops needed to be replaced or cultivated, it would importantly show now, after a tense waiting
BailoutThis work of fan fiction contains characters, ideas, situations, and places found in the Hasbro Studios series "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic". No infringement of copyright is implied by this work of satire and parody, and this work is meant as a celebration of the people involved in the creation, development, and production of the series.
Written by The Descendant
Ponyville City Hall Fixture
Sweet Apple Acres Farm and Marina
Dear Mayor Mare,
It was wit' no small amount of disappointment that we received yer' newest letter o' sympathy, madam mayor. While yer' elocution wa
JoyceHaving kicked the man in the balls and relieved him of his belongings, Joyce wasn't quite sure what to do next. She could run, but he might come after her the next minute. If she tied him up here, in the middle of nowhere, he might be eaten by wolves; or starve to death. Besides, she didn't have any rope. She could kill him... perhaps. The thought left a bitter taste in her mouth.
'What am I to do with you?' she sighed.
'Well,' he groaned while giving her a look that sent shivers down her spine, 'You can run, but that won't help you, cause I will find you! So you just wait another few minutes until I get back up again - and I mean úp- and t
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