The Importance of a Mother.
By Jordan Sovereign
Sally: Children, Children! Gather 'round, and I'll tell you a story.
Sal: What kind of story?
Sally: A magical tale of wonder and amazement.
Sal: A maze! Yay! We get to do a maze!
Sally: No, kids, not a maze - amazement, amazement and wonder!
Sal: Wonder? Wonder? I'll give you wonder! One door out of this gingerbread house.
Sally: You can't kick me out! I am the only person who tells you stories.
Sal: Yeah? Well, I am sick and tired of your stupid stories.
Sa: I wike your stowies, Sawwy
Sally: C'mon then Sa, let's go.
Sa: My mommy won't wet me go.
Sally: I am your mommy!
Sa: Mommy! Mommy! The stowy lady is trying to steaw me!
Sally: Takes off mask. See, I am your mommy.
Sally: Yes, the story lady is your mother.
Sal: Nooooooooo! If the story lady isn't real, then why should I believe that this gingerbread house is real?
Sally: because you can eat it, and it tastes good. Takes a chunk out of house and hands it to Sal.
Sal: Takes a bite and it is cement. It's not real!
Sally: It's too late for you now, you don't believe.
Sal: Falls through floor
Sa: Mommy? Where Sal?
Sally: He's gone now, it's just you and me.
Sa: Teww me a stowy, Mommy.