“And In The End …”

… and believe me, I DO mean it as far as this story’s implications.

Thanks to Connie Gayer who provided us with (almost) Russell’s best side (should have aimed lower).



Dale and Shelley turned around at the sound of, “Ladies!”

Dale was shocked.  “Kent!  What a nice surprise!”

“Thanks.  Shelley asked me to write myself in as a guest star, so here I am.”

Shelley pointed. “We’re watching Russell dig a hole.  He’s the past master at it.”

Kent laughed.  “And falling into it, too.”  He called out.  “Hey, Russell, what’s it for?”

Russell stopped digging.  “A little surprise for Perry and C.E.”

Dale was shocked.  “You’re not going to bury them, are you?”

“No … new outhouse.  I hope it’s deep enough for them.”

Kent looked at Shelley. “Never!”



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44 Responses to “And In The End …”

  1. Dear Cuzzin Kent,

    Gives new meaning to piled high and deep, doesn’t it? ahahahahahahahaha.


    Cuzzin Shelley

  2. Dale says:

    Omigosh! I burst out laughing on this one, Kent! Fabulous addition to our little “mini-series”!

  3. Lynn Love says:

    Ha! Very cheeky! Made me smile with this one

  4. Ha! This is such a fun addition to Dale and Rochelle’s stories. Seem like it’s been ages since I’ve “seen” you! Welcome back, even if it’s temporarily.

    • wmqcolby says:

      Hi, Alicia! Yes, it HAS been awhile (10 months … YIKES!). I just haven’t had much to say lately. But, I DO miss you all and it’s fun to drop by and stay hello. Might be back one day, can’t tell.

  5. Alice Audrey says:

    Better keep on shoveling.

  6. Ha… Russell needs to keep digging… lots of crap coming.

  7. plaridel says:

    i guess we won’t hear the end of this story. 🙂

  8. subroto says:

    Man I dig this story.

  9. jillyfunnell says:

    Ain’t no outhouse deep enough for those two apparently?

  10. Sarah Ann says:

    Great collegiate story – although I do feel sorry for some of the characters.

  11. ceayr says:

    Whoa, how did I get up to my ears in keich?
    And with Russell?
    We don’t know each other well enough to share a shovel, far less a muddy grave.
    But there ain’t no hole deep enough to hold me, you’ll never take me alive, copper.
    (And other cliches.)

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