The petroglyphs told the story of an unusual event.
Mr Almonde Pasteva was a researcher who knew how to read petroglyphs and was very famous.
One day he saw a petroglyph with a very old and unusual story.
There was once a family called the Oogaboogens and they lived on a goat farm.
The family consisted of two kids, one girl named Oogmi, her twin brother named Oogum and two parents. The mom Ushulake and the dad Upilllokekuse and this family inspired a lot of items we use today.
Oogmi inspired origami, Oogum inspired gum, Ushulake inspired shoelaces, and Upilllokekuse inspired pillowcases. And one more member was their pet goat who didn’t have a name and every day Upilllokekuse would hit him with a branch. One day they saw a portal, which a weird house car made, so they jumped in and are now a normal family.
“Sarah (10 years old) made some great names in this one. If you could only hear her say them (Oog-me, Oo-gum, Oosh-lake-ee and the last one I can’t even attempt to get out phonetically). She surprised me with this one. I’m proud. That’ll do pig. That’ll do.” – Danny (read other stories by Sarah)
Sarah July 22nd, 2015
“Excuse me sire can you please calm down,” the butler pleaded as prince Nicholas was walking around the room.
“I am King Henry VIIIs great great great great great great great grandson so no one can tell me what to do,” Prince Nicholas shouted at his butler.
“I am very sorry sire,” the butler said in fear.
Prince Nicholas saw the fear in his butlers eyes an said, “I am sorry for shouting at you John.”
Nicholas was very stressed. “Please sit down dad,” one of his children said. “You look stressed.”
“Thank you for saying that Georgia,” Nicholas said as he was sitting down.
“PPBBFFFFFFFFTTT!” The chair made a loud fart noise and Georgia said, “there was a whoopee cushion on granddad’s throne.”
And everyone in the room laughed. Even Nicholas.
“It is no surprise that Sarah’s 10 year old mind would bring us a contemporary glimpse into the life of King Henry’s decedents this week. Mainly, revealing one of the oldest pranks in the book.” – Danny
Sarah July 20th, 2015
“When am I?” wondered Jen. “Late 1800s maybe?”
Jen was a member of a band called “Killer Chains” and was known as “Blue Chains.”
But she was also an undercover time traveler which traveled around the world in her house on wheels named “Veronica.”
One day she decided to randomly press a button without looking and stay there for a few hours.
After she pressed the button she swirled through a vortex of colors and old items.
After that she arrived in an old timey place and started driving Veronica around the area surprising every single person that she passed.
My 10 year old step daughter Sarah is back this week with an undercover time traveler. She was inspired by the photo below and one of her most recent Lego creations “Veronica.” Which is apparently a motorhome that enables time travel. – Danny
Sarah July 16th, 2015
Delphine always wanted to pilot her father’s plane and when he forgot his keys on her tenth birthday, she knew that taking off would be easy.
Delphine was a spoiled ten year old with rich parents and her dad was a pilot.
She always wanted to fly his plane around the area.
On her birthday her dad lost his keys and she knew that today was her big chance.
She scavenged the house for an hour until she found them under her dad’s bed.
“THIS IS GOING TO BE AWESOME!!” Delphine shouted in excitement as she put on her jacket.
She started the engine and took off from her backyard. But after flying for a while the engine stopped and she plummeted into a mountain.
“BOOM!!!” She woke up from a dream in terror and decided never to fly a plane ever again.
This MFTS entry is from my step daughter Sarah. She is 10 years old and full of razor sharp whit. She has shown interest in taking up the baton here at our writing domain. So we support her efforts and look forward to more stories from her. – Danny (Read more Sarah Stories).
Danny Machal July 15th, 2015
“I don’t know why people think I’m crazy,” said an old British man.
“Maybe because I am different.”
There was once an old British man who people believed was crazy but he thought he was completely normal. He had a wife named Margaret and she loved his sense of humor.
“Maybe,” said Margaret as she was brewing tea in the kitchen.
The old man really needed a job and he had an idea.
“I will look at the clouds and what I see will be my job,” said the old man confidently and he went to the park with Margaret and laid on the damp grass.
“I can see something!” shouted the happy old man as he knew what his job would be.
“What?” asked Margaret excitedly.
“A fisherman,” said the old man. “Thank you sky.”
This story is brought to you by my 10 year old step daughter Sarah. She tried out Friday Fictioneers last week and has decided to give the Sunday Photo Fiction a try. Hopefully she will continue. – Danny (More stories by Sarah.)
Danny Machal July 12th, 2015