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Cranberry The Moose by Sharon Black

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As I walked across the street to go to my part time job, cleaning the Guaranty State Bank in Smith
Center, I saw a little clump of something on the sidewalk by the parking lot back of the bank. As I came
up on it, it was a little stuffed animal toy, a moose. It was just in line with the next car’s wheel, so I
picked it up. Since Kansas does have a stray moose once in awhile, it was an opportunity to have some
fun. I went inside the bank and hid the moose behind my back and went to the bank manager and said
there’s a moose out in the parking lot. “A what, a moose?” so I showed it to her and we thought well
somebody lost their little baby toy.
So I took it to the back store room and took a picture of it to post on Facebook. That was Friday night
and I put the little moose up on a desk.
When I got home I did not get it posted on Facebook and since I had to work the next day at the
hospital, I must have forgotten all about it. Saturday night the bank manager, Deb, shared a post with
me of a picture of a little baby with the moose. I’m not friends with the mother, Dairiane, so I
commented on her post that I found the moose and it’s in the bank. It was a real nice day on Friday and
the family and baby Jameson were on a jaunt downtown and visited a couple businesses. A lot of people
posted that they hoped they could find the moose.
When I was little, I forgot my bear at my grandparents farm. They did not have a phone so my mother
wrote a letter to them. The bear arrived in the mail and I took it out of the package and gave it a good
spanking. “Bad bear!”
As I walked across the street to go to my part time job, cleaning the Guaranty State Bank in Smith
Center, I saw a little clump of something on the sidewalk by the parking lot back of the bank. As I came
up on it, it was a little stuffed animal toy, a moose. It was just in line with the next car’s wheel, so I
picked it up. Since Kansas does have a stray moose once in awhile, it was an opportunity to have some
fun. I went inside the bank and hid the moose behind my back and went to the bank manager and said
there’s a moose out in the parking lot. “A what, a moose?” so I showed it to her and we thought well
somebody lost their little baby toy.
So I took it to the back store room and took a picture of it to post on Facebook. That was Friday night
and I put the little moose up on a desk.
When I got home I did not get it posted on Facebook and since I had to work the next day at the
hospital, I must have forgotten all about it. Saturday night the bank manager, Deb, shared a post with
me of a picture of a little baby with the moose. I’m not friends with the mother, Dairiane, so I
commented on her post that I found the moose and it’s in the bank. It was a real nice day on Friday and
the family and baby Jameson were on a jaunt downtown and visited a couple businesses. A lot of people
posted that they hoped they could find the moose.
When I was little, I forgot my bear at my grandparents farm. They did not have a phone so my mother
wrote a letter to them. The bear arrived in the mail and I took it out of the package and gave it a good
spanking. “Bad bear!”
As I walked across the street to go to my part time job, cleaning the Guaranty State Bank in Smith
Center, I saw a little clump of something on the sidewalk by the parking lot back of the bank. As I came
up on it, it was a little stuffed animal toy, a moose. It was just in line with the next car’s wheel, so I
picked it up. Since Kansas does have a stray moose once in awhile, it was an opportunity to have some
fun. I went inside the bank and hid the moose behind my back and went to the bank manager and said
there’s a moose out in the parking lot. “A what, a moose?” so I showed it to her and we thought well
somebody lost their little baby toy.
So I took it to the back store room and took a picture of it to post on Facebook. That was Friday night
and I put the little moose up on a desk.
When I got home I did not get it posted on Facebook and since I had to work the next day at the
hospital, I must have forgotten all about it. Saturday night the bank manager, Deb, shared a post with
me of a picture of a little baby with the moose. I’m not friends with the mother, Dairiane, so I
commented on her post that I found the moose and it’s in the bank. It was a real nice day on Friday and
the family and baby Jameson were on a jaunt downtown and visited a couple businesses. A lot of people
posted that they hoped they could find the moose.
When I was little, I forgot my bear at my grandparents farm. They did not have a phone so my mother
wrote a letter to them. The bear arrived in the mail and I took it out of the package and gave it a good
spanking. “Bad bear!”
As I walked across the street to go to my part-time job, cleaning the Guaranty State Bank in Smith
Center, I saw a little clump of something on the sidewalk by the parking lot back of the bank. As I came upon it, it was a little stuffed animal toy, a moose. It was just in line with the next car’s wheel, so I
picked it up. Since Kansas does have a stray moose once in a while, it was an opportunity to have some fun. I went inside the bank and hid the moose behind my back and went to the bank manager and said there’s a moose out in the parking lot. “A what, a moose?” so I showed it to her and we thought well somebody lost their little baby toy.{{more}}

So I took it to the back storeroom and took a picture of it to post on Facebook. That was Friday night
and I put the little moose up on a desk.

When I got home I did not get it posted on Facebook and since I had to work the next day at the hospital, I must have forgotten all about it. Saturday night the bank manager, Deb, shared a post with me of a picture of a little baby with the moose. I’m not friends with the mother, Dairiane, so I
commented on her post that I found the moose and it’s in the bank. It was a real nice day on Friday and the family and baby Jameson were on a jaunt downtown and visited a couple of businesses. A lot of people
posted that they hoped they could find the moose.

When I was little, I forgot my bear at my grandparent’s farm. They did not have a phone so my mother wrote a letter to them. The bear arrived in the mail and I took it out of the package and gave it a good spanking. “Bad bear!”

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