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Gramma Jay

by Dar | Score: 2450

"Breakfast is served", was the proud cry of Gramma Jay. She was so happy to have all of her children home, with their children in tow. It was rare to see them outside of the holidays, but somehow the stars aligned to bring them together in the middle of September. She heard squealing from the bathroom, followed by her twin grandchildren, Thomas and Alvin, running out covered in toothpaste. Their younger cousin, Eliza, emerged shortly after holding a tube of toothpaste. It was an open and close case. How Gramma Jay beamed at the mess they made. The mommas quickly gathered to scold and clean up their offspring's messes, offering a thousand apologies to Gramma Jay. "It wasn't that long ago when your husbands were the ones making messes", Gramma Jay chuckled in response. In fact, the boys, well, her sons weren't really boys anymore, were currently bickering over a bar of soap, and whether it smelt of pumpkin or apples. Sometimes things never change. The large table was soon filled with Gramma Jay and her three sons, their wives, and her two daughters, and their husbands. The six grands scattered around a smaller table, though were not missing from the party in any sense. 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event Breakfast is served
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a tube of toothpaste
Letter Use the letter H
Words Reach 100 words
Prop Include a bar of soap
Words Reach 200 words

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