“Love, what are we going to do? The fire destroyed all the food we had.”
Minnie was battling to hold down the tears sparkling in her eyes. A fragile, concerned mother trying her best to console her youngest, Mickey Jr, who’s been up all night with colic, implying constant crying, which is something you don’t wish on your worst enemy.
“Minnie, I’ve told you I’ll make a plan. I have found a house, there is plenty of food, standing in a bowl on the floor. It’s easy pickings. I think it belongs to their version of Pluto. I’m going back there again tonight.”
“Are you sure it’s safe? I won’t make it if something happens to you. Besides I’m definitely not going to raise all three of your kids on my own.”
“It’s safe, stop worrying. The inhabitants of the house are oblivious to my nightly scavenging. Just trust me.” He was trying his best to hide the anxiety in his voice. Continue reading