This is something that I have thought up and it doesn’t represent real events or people. Anything, person or place, that is mentioned in the below short story will never and has never paralleled with real life events.
The pretty girl was thinking deeply to herself silently on a park bench underneath a tree. She had her beloved dog with her. The dog was a medium-sized dog that had a nice amount of hair and obeyed simple commands. Commands like sit and lay down. The puppy dog also comes when he is called. Since it was dark out she was glad that the moon was shining brightly on the park. She could see out a fairly far distance. It was cold outside and she was thinking not about going home.
“Was that snow?” She asked her puppy.
The pooch did nothing but look up at her and sit down. She tightened her grip on the leash and decided for sure that it was time to go. That was what she told her puppy, “Time to go Blue.” She watched her dog puff out a cold breath. She took that as a, “I can’t wait, let’s go!”
She got up from the bench and started walking to her car. Her dog obediently followed along with plenty of slack in the leash between herself and Blue. Something was not right. She had forgotten something and couldn’t remember what it could be. So she decided that it’s was not time to leave. Taking a few more laps around the park sidewalk could clear her mind enough to remember what it could be. So, she turned around and headed back in the direction of the bench. Snow has started to fall and she was getting a chill. Then it dawned on her. She had forgotten her purse. “Oh, thank goodness!” she exclaimed. “My purse is right under here.” Then she smiles and looks at her puppy named Blue, “Time to go to the car now we just needed to walk over here to the bench and get this forgotten purse. Blue wags his tail.
Both dog and girl are happy but little do they know they are being stalked to their car by a thief that had seen that she left her purse; but before he can get to it, she comes back and remembers to get it. “Who would have thought today was the day that I have this much trouble.”