Maya'sTired

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I love to write. I often overthink. I often overreact. I have come far. I am not there yet. I have no idea where I'm going to end up.
non-binary (she/her or they/them is cool, thanks),
pansexual,
ambivert
with anxiety

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Neighbourhood Times

April 28, 2020

The Sun Makes A Comeback.

At 3:00 PM, on Tuesday, April 28th,
the Sun made a comeback that few
were anticipating, brightening
everyone's day.

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020, had stated
off in a dismal cloudy state. Things 
were not looking up according to Brit
Andrews, Mother of two, who says that
"Just yesterday [her sons] Jake and
Brent were playing outside" on her front
lawn. Brit says they now flatly refuse to
leave their screens.

Bill Choice says he is afraid his dog,
Chuck, will not be getting his daily
walk. Bill explains that his Arthritis 
makes it impossible to move in cold
or damp weather, saying he knows
"Chuck will be stir crazy," but that 
"there is just no way that [he's] going 
to walk him in this poor weather".

Weather reports for the week lead
peoeple to expect rain for the next
five days. Even Old-Joe Park the
neighbourhood skeptic comments 
that "It looks like rain," explaining that
he can "Feel it in [his] bones". Indeed,
most everyone expected the day to
remain sunless.

But just as gardeners were about to 
call quits for the week, the Sun made
a comeback. It was 3:00, and that ball
of light shone brighter than ever. It was
as if the Sun never really left (which it
doesn't really). The people of the neighbourhood
rejoiced; children played outside, 
gardeners gardened, and dog walkers
walked their dogs.

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