I was driving my scooter down the alley last night when I saw Tony and Mary playing their customary Scrabble game in their backyard. There was a chicken on Tony's shoulder. What? I said, "There was a chicken on Tony's shoulder." So I had to check it out.
|Dorothy helping Tony play Scrabble.|
It's the perfect addition. After all, if you're gonna cluck around in Calftown, you might as well do it while your adoptive parents are playing Scrabble. Tony and Mary even put a letter holder in front of Dorothy and encouraged her to play, but all she could do was spell "Rooster" and then jump on the board and goof the whole game up.
Calftown is a funny place. One block is full of trash and people who like to shoot off fireworks at 2:30 in the morning. Then there's our block, which has a variety of people of all backgrounds, and it's about the best place in town to live. Most of our block are long term homeowners and there are just a few houses that are long term rentals. We basically love our little block and our neighbors.
One thing is for sure - you can't be a chicken if you want to live here.
Wait a second - you CAN be a chicken! Especially if you play Scrabble.