The rules: Take the target sentence or inclusion statement and write whatever you want!
Here is our story:
My ears perked up as I heard the wheels on the gravel. It wasn't my Man or Lady's vehicle, it was big vehicle. I barked and barked and barked and barked as the UPS guy left a huge box on the front porch.
I had to wait for 87 million hours for Lady to get home and bring the big box inside. When she put it on the floor, I sniffed it. It smelt like dirt and something else I couldn't put my finger on. After a good sniff, it was time to open it.
“When I opened the box I was startled to find . . .”
He leaped out of the box with his light sabre. He was yelling something in Groundhog language I didn't understand while he was waving his light sabre. He was very angry (maybe because of that incident recently with Junior . . . .)
I was momentarily so stunned I couldn't move, but then as he came closer I knew what to do.
I picked up the box, dropped it on his head, causing him to drop the light sabre. I kicked it out of the way, we dogs don't need things like light sabres, we have paws and jaws! I grabbed Darth Groundhog by the tail, put him back into the box, sealed the box.
I scratched at the door until Lady opened it. She let me out and I dragged my box outside.
I stood over it as it was bouncing with angry Darth Groundhog sealed inside, deciding what to do.
Should I mail the box back to timbuktu?
Should I drag it to the lake and drown him?
Should I bury it in the yard?
Should I left him go and try and call a cease fire and work on a peace treaty?????
Let me know what you think I should do!