February 6, 2017-Bernard pushed the large, stupid human one more time with as much force as he could muster. There was a sudden spurt and sputter and with a giant gurgle the large, stupid human coughed and spat up water. He sat up and took a few deep breaths. Bernard had saved his life!
“What the…” the large, stupid human said as he looked at the state of us. He looked up at the rocky ledge and frantically pieced together what had happened.
“We’ve got to get out of here!” He said and began his ascent up the cliff. We followed closely behind and when we finally reached the top we looked around cautiously for the tall, thin human and her henchmen but they were nowhere to be found.
“We have to find her…it’s been too long!” the large, stupid human said of the small, stupid one. He was right, she had been missing for quite some time and I was even starting to worry about her safety.
“I bet she’s dead by now,” the large, stupid human said. His words shook my core. Dead. She couldn’t be. Was the tall, thin human capable of such a thing?
I shuddered at the thought and answered my own question. Yes. She was more than capable.
The large, stupid human squinted into the sun and there was a sudden screech of tires meeting pavement. Our heads whipped around and we were met with the sight of a black van.