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Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Fan Art' started by muppetfan24/7, Aug 31, 2012.
That's really neat!
“Did you say Jerry had a family?” Gobo asked to Kim.
“Yes, he really had a family. Why? Is there anything wrong with seeing his family?” Kim asked.
Gobo had a feeling that something wasn’t right. Seeing his family? He’s very shy at times. He was even shy at Jerry the first time he met him with a lot of purple hair, his yellow sweater, and a purple jacket. He was a young teen back then. Now, he is an older teenager and he could become an adult Fraggle in the future. Whenever he visited that “silly creature”, he wasn’t as shy as he used to be. Now that he was not around anymore, he felt so terrible. He doesn’t know what to do. He was scared and uncertain who was going to be his friend now. It might be a “silly creature”, but it didn’t matter. Losing a friend that he really cared about was bad enough to make him feel so miserable or not even himself.
“Gobo?” Kara said, trying to get him to say something.
“Huh?” Gobo asked. He forgot all about Kara that was standing next to him.
“The “silly creature” asked if there was anything wrong with you to see his family.” Kara said.
“No, it’s not a problem at all.” Gobo responded. “It’s just that…I don’t know. This might sound silly, but I-I liked Jerry from the start even though he was a great explorer.”
“Well, then what is it?” Kara asked.
“Well, it’s been a long time since I saw his family.” Gobo said. “I cared about him, my friends, and almost everything. I never even said goodbye.”
Kara didn’t know that Gobo had the guilt to feel so sad for himself to leave his friends Red, Mokey, Wembley, and Boober behind at the Rock. He still didn’t understand why his friend was dead.
“Gobo,” Kim started. “I’m sorry! You didn’t even know that your friend would not be here anymore, but…the truth is…well…his family is from Massachusetts.”
“Massa-what?” Kara and Gobo said together.
“You know a place called, “Cape Cod” and it’s supposed to be a small place.
“Ohhhh!” Kara and Gobo said together.
“Kara, can we have a talk for just a second?” Kim asked.
“Sure!” Kara said.
As they left Gobo alone so he could have time to think if it was the right thing to do. Kara and Kim went to an empty room so they could sit down and talk.
“Kim,” Kara said, clearing her throat. “Why do you want Gobo to see Jerry’s family?”
“Well, it would nice for him to get to know them one more time.”
“How will that help him, Kim? He’s gone through so much in his life. He lost his friend, Doc, and now Jerry? I don’t want him to lose any more friends. Losing one silly creature he trusted for many days was bad enough. Maybe…I will tell him that whatever he has left from him should never be lost.”
“Actually, that’s up to him, Kara.” Kim said to the female Fraggle. “Why don’t give him a chance. You know there might be some things he is missing. It could be a hat, or maybe a letter Nelson forgot to give to him. The only thing we can do is write some suggestions to Matt Vogel to take over Gobo.”
“You mean to be his new friend?” Kara asked.
“Yeah! Still, I will give him a chance to cope through the loss he had. One day, he might think of the happy times again.
Meanwhile, Gobo believed that maybe seeing Jerry’s family is a great idea. He hasn’t seen them since the birthday Jerry had and he was invited. Boy, he loved parties and even silliness. What if they feel sorry for him? Then, he was thinking about his competitor and his best friend, Red Fraggle. Worried sick about him by now! Maybe even scared! They had a great summer until when the last of the summer days started to come, he went to Outer Space and said his goodbye to his friends.
However, he came back, but with terrible news before something else bad happened. He heard that Cotterpin got worried about the Architect, his friend Mokey finding out that the female gorg named, “Ma” had a gorg sick, and worse the trash heap, and then she was reported sick too.
He had a bad feeling that the season of fall was coming. What changes were coming next?
He knew he met Jerry before he made contact with Doc. He understood that Jerry felt bad that Christine was gone and he couldn’t get over the loss he had unless he had a friend. Then, there was Doc who then got worried about Ned’s condition and they had to move to Arizona. Gobo was right all along. Instead of a hello, there will be always to be a heart-felt goodbye.
The song that was for all kinds of creatures probably meant something to him. Saying goodbye is meant that you go away but remembering the good times they had. That clicked him right away. Jerry was not only his friend; he was the heart and the spirit of the Rock. Even though his friend was the center of attention to the silly creatures, Gobo was the leader to all of the Fraggles. Then, he remembered the time when he had a crush on Mokey, the den mother of the clan. He thought it was best to be on a bond friendship with Red. However, there were times when she would keep telling him either he was brave or rather crazy as his Uncle Matt. Now, he missed her! He admires her as much as Red admires him.
In fact, he missed all of his friends. Not only was his home peaceful, it was a little bit too quiet.
Jerry Nelson like Jim had a beard line on his face, but he had his good ol’ grin. He would always listen to Gobo whenever he had a problem or if he wanted advice.
“Much more to say, foolish to say, it’s time to say goodbye,” were the words that were stuck in his mind of his.
He never heard from Jerry for months. He knew something was missing, but what could it be?
Kara and Kim finally realized at that moment that Gobo couldn’t be brooding like this anymore.
“Well,” Kara said slowly. “What do you want to do?”
“I do want to see his family, Kara. Maybe there is something I never had from him in a long time.” Gobo said quietly to Kara.
“Them, we can go either by car or by plane.” Kim said to Kara Fraggle.
“Are you sure my friend will be okay?” Kara asked.
“Yeah! He will be fine. I promise you that he will get through this.” Kim said, hugging Kara and rubbing her soft back.
Kara at first wasn’t sure if she should trust this silly creature, but then she knew it was Gobo’s time to find something he was really missing that he never ever really had in his life.
“Then, let’s go guys,” Kim said, before she went to a table to get her keys for her car. She then led Gobo and Kara to a spot where her object was. It was a purple thing with some light objects and a flag that was from the top of it. Before she could get them in. She noticed another vehicle coming and was familiar with someone that Kim heard about before.
“Hi, Kim,” said the young lady as she got out of the vehicle. “How’s your day going?”
“Fine,” said Kim. “Do you recognize these creatures?”
“I know that guy,” the lady said pointing at Gobo. “But who’s the other one. I don’t remember her.”
“That’s Kara!” said Kim. She is Gobo’s new friend.”
“That’s great, but my name’s Amy and I am just checking to see how you’re doing,”
“How’s Beth, you know your sister?” Kim asked.
“She’s okay, but very busy. She’s got a job and doesn’t really babysit kids liked she used to anymore.” Amy responded.
“That’s too bad!” Kim said. “I have to go anyway, because… [Sniffs] I have to go back home.”
“What didn’t you tell them, Kim?” Amy asked.
“My fate is… that I have to get back to work. I know they don’t understand me, but we’re different.” Kim said sadly.
Then, she turned away from Amy and sank low behind the vehicle crying with her head down. She felt the bitterness inside of her. Gobo noticed it was like his friend all over again in the same state when he lost his loved one.
“I know why Jerry’s gone.” Gob said to Kara. “I guess it was his time to go. We were friends til’ the end. I cared about my friends and my home. Even you!”
“Gobo, I don’t know what to say.” Kara said shocked at he was saying to her. “Thanks!”
“Aww! It was no problem to have friends, even though they are silly creatures.”
“Gobo, you are so silly.” Kara said chuckling.
“I don’t know if I am silly, but… I-I… I can’t say it.”
Kara then started hugging him while he was about to cry again.
Kim wiped her tears with a new tissue she got out her purse. She couldn’t this man he lost was breaking a Fraggle’s heart.
After Kara gave him one more hug for Gobo, she went straight to Kim, since she got upset about losing someone you cared about.
“Kara, I’m sorry that… I made him cry.” Kim said.
“You didn’t do that. Gobo’s just upset because he doesn’t understand why your friends have to pass on,” said Kara.
She knew that Jerry never ever stop being Gobo’s friend. He would always count on him no matter what.
So, he was down there from the Fraggle. Big deal! But they were as close as they can ever be.
“You go with Gobo and Amy.” Kim said. “I never said he was ever that sad to you. I was just trying to make your friend feel better.”
“You mean it?” Kara asked.
“Yes! I liked your friend and I know what he’s been through.” Kim said, as she hugged Kara closer making sure she was fine.
As they said their last goodbyes, Kim saw Kara with Gob and /Amy before they went into the vehicle and then disappeared out of sight.
Once they were gone, she knew that she had to go home and even get to school in a day or two.
Floyd and Janice were walking through a small park. Janice loved Floyd, but now he was thinking about how “Jan”, his wife got her name. He was hoping it wasn’t his honey Janice the valley girl and lead guitarist. If it were true, then that probably was a nice name.
“Jan, remember when you lost your father Richard?” Floyd asked.
Janice started to feel sad now once he asked her that question.
“Like fer sure!” Janice said. “He was like a cool dad.”
“I thought so,” said Floyd. “I didn’t mean to get you upset, honeybunch, but before he retired, it was his idea to have Jan as his wife since he knew that… I already had you. He was cool and not low. Man, he was hip and loved to sing. After my father was no longer with me, then came John. He was all right, but he just wasn’t my style. Matt was hip too! He was even better than John Kennedy. He loved to sing just like… Jerry loved to.”
“Like wow!” said Janice feeling better. “What like happened to your real dad, Floyd?”
“He died when I was young, Jan.,” said Floyd sadly. “I already visited his family yesterday and I saw lots of flowers, cards, and even drawings from our fans. They really do care about the hip man I once had.”
Dominic just couldn’t believe it. His life wasn’t fair. He loved Colleen for all of his life. He felt so bad. He just wasn’t sure if that plan was going to work yet.
“Why are you mopping?” Colleen said. “There are no more people dying.”
“Think again Colleen! Who is going to be gone next? I don’t want to be sick,” Dominic, said, with a serious look in his face.
“You are not going to be sick.” Colleen said. “That song was your idea.”
“You’re right!” Dominic said with a smile. “We should make Robin happy even if this song is going to be funny.”
Rowlf meanwhile wasn’t sure if he wants to play the role of Henry, until Kermit told him that he was behind the set off Sesame Street a long time ago and Jim made him laugh even if he had a bad day or not.
So the audience was gathered even Wardolf and Starler were there. Robin thought this was probably going to make him laugh after all.
Rowlf was humming, and then he said, “Well Liza, going to fetch you some water.”
“Well, that’s nice dear Henry,” said Colleen playing the role of Liza.
Rowlf then looked at the bucket and realized that there was a hole in the bottom of the bucket.
“Whoa! Now wait a minute!” Rowlf said, before putting on his banjo to strumming it and singing,
There’s a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza,
There’s a hole in the bucket, dear Liza. Uh-huh!
Then fix it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry
Then fix it dear Henry dear Henry fix it. (Colleen sang as Liza)
With what should I fix it, dear Liza, dear Liza,
with what should I fix it, dear Liza, with what? (Rowlf sang)
“Oh great!” Colleen reacted before singing,
With a straw, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,With a straw, dear Henry, dear Henry, with a straw.
“Oh yeah!” Rowlf said, before finding a straw. It was a size of a long measuring tape.
But the straw is too long, dear Liza, dear Liza,The straw is too long, dear Liza, too long.
Colleen let out a small groan in a southern kind of way, and then she sings,
Then cut it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,Then cut it dear Henry, dear Henry, cut it!
With what shall I cut it, dear Liza, dear Liza,with what shall I cut it, dear Liza, with what? (Rowlf sang)
With an ax, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,With an ax, dear Henry, an ax
Rowlf found an ax, but it just wouldn’t cut the straw, and then he sings,
But the ax is too dull, dear Liza, dear Liza,
The ax is too dull, dear Liza, too dull.
Then, sharpen it, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,then sharpen it dear Henry, dear Henry, sharpen it! (Colleen sang)
With what should I sharpen it, dear Liza, dear Liza,with what should I sharpen, dear Liza, with what? (Rowlf sang)
“I can’t take it! I just can’t take it,” Colleen responded, and then singing,
With a stone, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,With a stone, dear Henry, dear Henry, a stone.
But the stone is too dry, dear Liza, dear Liza;the stone is too dry, dear Liza, too dry.
“Well…” said Colleen, and then singing,
Then wet it, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,Then wet it dear Henry, dear Henry, wet it.
With what should I wet it, dear Liza, dear Liza,
with what should I wet it, dear Liza, with what? (Rowlf sang)
With water, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,With water, dear Henry, dear Henry, with water. (Colleen sang)
But how shall I get it, dear Liza, dear Liza,
(Oh, Henry!), Colleen groaned.
But how shall I get it, dear Liza, with what?
In the bucket, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,In the bucket, dear Henry, dear Henry, in the bucket! (Colleen sang)
But there's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza,There's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, a hole.There's a hole. Uh-huh! (Rowlf sang to end the song)
After that song, Robin was laughing with his friends again. He sure did miss the good times already. Kathy was nice enough to have a good talk with him. As he went to his room, he was looking around the room until he found a small letter from Jerry and it said,
I apologize if I hadn’t wrote to you for a long time, but the present you got from last Christmas is from me. If the teddy bear reminds of me, I am all right with that. So, what everything it is naturally. I miss very much! There might be a time where I may have to go and… I missed Jim, Richard, oh I even missed Christine, my wonderful daughter. I hope this letter helps you. I love you very much.
Robin felt a little bit better, but he knew that he forgot to open that letter earlier when it was messy. He was glad that he cleaned it up before he even heard the sad news that his father passed away.
He was probably right! The teddy bear he got used to belong to Jerry when he was a young boy.
There’s a Hole in the Bucket from SS
Whew! That took forever! The next chapter will be coming up! Promise!
That was really sweet!
Two Days Later,
September 3, 2012
No! NOOOOO!” Dominic said, now couldn’t believe that after a blistering summer, another important man is gone. “Not Michael Clarke Duncan!”
“What’s wrong, Dom?” Colleen asked.
“Michael’s gone, Colleen. That same old friend of mine called me again and heard that the actor is dead.”
“All right! I want you to instead read books, not watch the news."
“Do whatever you want.” Dominic said filled with tears in his eyes. “My life’s miserable, people are dying, and I still don’t understand what the heck is going on.”
“Death... well we have to face it and..."
“Colleen, just stop talking about death,” Dominic snapped. “I’m scared of being invisible. I don’t know what to say.”
“Oh Dominic!” said Colleen. “I know the world is not the same and now they are bunch of new things we don’t like, but I loved you the day you met me.”
“Oh Colleen!” said Dominic and started to hug her. They realized that maybe it is not easy being green, but you have to be yourself. Always!
Back at the Rock, it was still quiet, but it wasn’t very silent as it was many days ago. She was sitting on a rock and it was not a game of “can’t touch floor.” She even wondered why Wembley is so worried about Gobo. She was the one that was worried sick about him than the little green Fraggle. Gobo has never lost his friend before and it happened already.
First, Cantus lost a friend
Then, we lost another silly creature
But recently and just now
Gobo lost his friend
“Jerry Nelson?” Red asked herself. “Oh poor Gobo!”
He taught how to be an explorer
He taught us how to read
If didn’t matter if Gobo was not tall
As his friend was
But now Fraggle Rock will be different
And everything must sadly come to an end
But there are times where we tell stories
Of him again and again
“Why did Gobo have to go Outer Space… without me. Maybe Gobo was right! His friend was a “silly creature” and this “Jerry” did have some fun with us.”
Then, she had this anguish in her face once that Fraggle left. Not only did she lose her patience, she could no longer get upset anymore. She already had trouble sleeping and thinking about this Fraggle that loved her, but as he said, their relationship is sort of complicated. Why did she believe in that kind of task Gobo was up to?
There were days where he felt the guilt wondering when this silly creature named Jerry will ever to come to see him again. Then, there was a confession and it was a secret between him and Uncle Matt. They believed they trusted one “silly creature” they could count on. So, Gobo’s silly creature was Jerry and his Uncle Matt was Dave. They never ever told that confession to the Fraggles. It was consider top secret.
“That does it!” Red said, with a feeling that she was about to go crazy. “I am going to Outer Space and find Gobo. Oh, I don’t want him to get hurt out there.”
Although this was the day when summer was gone and fall came. Winter was long days away. The chill of the fall air was around the Rock and the leaves at the gorg’s garden have changed color.
“So, it’s just me and you again,” said Jaz, with a sigh.
“Yep, it is just the two of us. Without you, I am the only one here,” Colleen said.
“So, how is Robin doing,” Jaz asked, after there was silence.
“He’s in a good mood now, but he is still keeping whether Jerry gave him.”
“I agree, but what about Dominic?”
“He went back to his hometown. He doesn’t want to hear anymore of others passing on… or deaths. He’s busy again, which is good, but I don’t understand why there are times where he doesn’t feel like calling me.”
“Maybe you can call him back,” insisted Jaz.
“Jaz, I need to give time some alone time.”
“So, what does Robin miss the most?”
“Mags, and that is his sister.”
“Really, and has Kathy told you about his sister.”
“No, and I think Robin and I should go find his sister.”
“What about his father, Jerry?”
“I…I know he still misses him, but Matt is his stepfather now.”
“Well, did you look up to see if he has a child coming up?”
“Maybe, but that is none of your beeswax, okay?”
“Fine, but if you want help Robin find his sister, I don’t mind.”
“Great, just great! Jaz and you are just too busy with Fozzie.”
“I am not, it’s just…so I do have a crush on him and I go out with him. He’s so shy, Colleen. I even already told him that he felt bad for that frog too. It’s like Jim-”
“Can we talk about something else?”
“Okay, well, about a few days ago, I saw this Fraggle, but it was not the one I really recognize.”
“It wasn’t Gobo, Colleen?”
“No, it was different… the fur…the color…everything. It looked like a girl creature.”
“Well, don’t just sit here, go find that creature.”
“Oh good, I will do that. You go help Robin find Mags.”
“What,” Jaz said, with a nervous fit.
“Well, you know he misses her, right?”
“I’m sure he does…you win, Colleen. While you find that creature, I will get Robin, and then we will go out and find his sister.”
“That’s a good idea, and I hope Kermit’s okay with that.”
“I will talk to him, oh and good luck. I hope you find what are you looking for.”
“Thank you, Jaz,” said Colleen.
Jaz then gave her a hug, helped her pack up, and finally went out of rented cabin to find either Gobo or that new creature first.
Maggie the Frog came across to a small café called, “Daises” which is has been said that it was named after someone who was honored by this small place. She never ever seen this unfamiliar café and it seemed rather pleasing to her. It has been said that Gina now runs the place to keep her spirits and to make her mother proud even though she passed away about two months ago. Business was running slow again after a hot summer when more customers to stay cool and have a talk. Then, the layoffs came and Gina was glad that Joe, the manager let her work. Sadly, she felt disappointed that she was now the only person working at “Daisies.”
One girl named Sarah had her arms crossed to her chest unhappy with her life. Her idol, Jerry Nelson, passed away, her friend's dog, Lucy was sick, and her parents were part-time workers working at night and they sleep all day.
Maggie was not the only one who had a rough time now. She missed Robin and she was still on her way to find her brother. The only picture she had that the little frog hidden back at the swamp was a black and white photo of Jerry with Robin on his shoulder. She could tell that he was smiling and glad to see him. Those good days have vanished, but the memories never went away.
Then, she heard a loud crash and then some groaning. The woman finally got up and picked up some pieces that went to the floor. Then, she rubbed her arm and it felt sore.
Sarah got up to see if the employee was okay. Feeling so sorry for her, she helped her to clean up the broken glass off the floor. Gina finally smiled and would feel glad if someone would work for her. Then, the tears from her beautiful brown eyes started to roll down to her cheeks.
“My arm hurts so bad now,” Gina said, wincing from her sore arm. “I miss my mom!”
“Hi there,” said Maggie with a gentle voice. “Are you okay? Do you need a doctor?”
“Maybe,” said Gina, taking a deep breath without wincing from pain again.
“Ma’am, can I help you if that’s okay with your manger,” insisted Sarah, with a grin.
“I will ask Joe, okay,”
“Sure. I don’t mind if it is okay with… who are you?”
“My name’s Maggie,” said the female frog introducing herself. “I am looking for my brother, Robin.”
“I’m sorry, but I haven’t seen your brother, Maggie,” said Gina, with a sad look in her face.
She couldn’t believe it. Nobody knows where her brother is unless… someone knows who he really was.
“Gina probably doesn’t know, but I know who Robin was.” Sarah said to Maggie.
“Yeah! He is five inches you know smaller than you and his siblings.”
“That’s right! That’s my brother, but… Jerry was his father. He once told me all about him.”
“I didn’t know that. How did you get here?”
“Before I came here, I was back at the swamp looking to see if my brother left anything. So, I went to his small bed and what I found underneath was a picture of Jerry, his father, and he in a small bag. I felt so sorry for him and i-it was like Jim, Kermit's father all over again. The last time Robin was around was when… well, he told me he used to visit him all the time. He cared about Jerry…. And I don’t wanna lose him like he lost his father.”
“So, your brother didn’t know his own parents,” asked Sarah.
“I don’t think so… his parents were gone when he was young before he had to be taken care of or perhaps watched by Kermit. Then, when he was working at the Muppet theatre with his uncle, he met Jerry. That was how they known each other ever since… until he retired. My brother would sometimes visit him to make him happy again… and they would laugh, sing songs, and have a good time. I love Rob, Sarah! I haven’t seen him for a while.”
“Maybe I can help you look for him,” said Sarah, with a small smile in her face. “I mean your brother is very cute and…”
“He’s not five anymore, Sarah,” interrupted Maggie.
“Okay, so maybe he is not a cute kind of a frog, but he is still ruthless and my parents… they still loved him.”
Sarah then swallowed hard and was afraid that Gina, the employee might hear them.
“I’m sorry Gina doesn’t know your brother. She is you know not very familiar with frogs, that are friendly, not slimy.”
“That’s true, but aren’t you going to find my brother or not.”
“Well, I never say no to a female frog like you,” said Sarah chuckling. “Do you miss Kermit?”
“Sometimes,” said Maggie. “But I am worried about Robin. That frog can take care of himself. It’s Rob I’m worried about.”
“Oh, I get it,” said Sarah. “You want to see Robin so bad that you want to tell him that you’re sorry about losing his father although he isn’t a frog.”
“Yeah,” said Maggie smiling. “So, we can we go now?”
“I’m afraid so,” said Sarah swallowing hard. “I’m already tired of hanging around here all day anyway.”
Without another word, Sarah and Gina were already out the door, while Joe helped Gina out with her work for the rest of the day.
They walked around the streets before the day came to a close in silence. The slight cold breeze blew through them. Maggie was the only that shivered, but she knew Sarah was warm enough with her sweater and light-weighted jacket.
“Are you cold,” she said.
“I’m wearing a scarf,” explained Maggie. “But I am always cold. I learned that frogs have cold feet when walking in the cold.”
“I didn’t mean to kid around you, Maggie, but what was the last time you were with Kermit and Robin?”
Maggie had a lot of those questions in her mind. She was afraid to answer right away, but she was thinking about her brother’s father Jim, and then Jerry, Robin’s father.
“It was during Father’s Day, and well Kermit was always more of a brother than a father to me. Right after that, one day, Kermit and Robin left the swamp and… I felt alone again. When I heard that Robin lost… his father Jerry, I had to leave as well. Sometimes, I would be with Robin all the time whenever he was sad, or angry, or… glad. I am his big sister and I love my little brother.”
“Don’t worry, we’ll find him, okay, even if it takes days to…”
“It can’t take forever, Sarah,” interrupted Maggie, with a feeling that she was going to cry. “I really want him… but Kermit can wait.”
“You still love Kermit, right?”
“Yeah! I still love that frog.”
“You getting tired, Maggie? Maybe we can start looking for him tomorrow.”
“I guess so! We can find somewhere to stay and sleep.”
“Yeah! I hope we find one. I don’t want any of us to catch a cold.”
Sarah and Maggie ended up stopping at an apartment. The room they were staying was room 205. Sara then wanted to ask Maggie T. Frog questions.
“Does Robin have a teddy bear?”
“He does he have any parents?”
“Not really… after he joined in the Muppet Show, well, it’s a good thing he still has Kermit.”
“Was Mr. Nelson…”
It was at this point that Sarah stopped in mid-sentence before she could finish. Maggie was starting to cry.
“You don’t understand… I used to sing Robin to sleep… if he hadn’t left with Kermit… I don’t know… I-I wish this feeling would go away, but it’s not fair. Why did Robin have to lose him? Why?”
“I know it’s hard for your brother Robin,” explained Sarah. “But maybe.. just maybe he needs you. That is what Robin has already got. Sure, his stepfather is Matt, but he’s got you. If you weren’t around, he would be much more lonely if Kermit had to be left alone.”
“I don't want to tell the real the truth, but Iwant you to hear this,,” Maggie explained. “My mother was Margaret or “Maggie”, but Kermit calls her Mags. She was one of those pushy frogs way before Kermit lost Jim, his father. When she became a mother, she had tadpoles. I was one of them with a tail. Anyway, she named her tadpoles, Christine, Jim… it made Kermit happy… Richard, Ed, Lisa, and… Jerry T. Frog. I’m named after my mother, because… if she cared about Kermit… I cared about Robin."
Before she could continue, now there was nothing, but a painful memory to her.
"I made a terrible mistake. My mom told Robn that Jerry was his father and he was shocked. Then, I told her to leave, but Robin believed what I did was worse. I made his aunt go and now he's worried about both me and his aunt. I want to see him so I can tell him I was sorry for what I did."
For the rest of the night, Maggie was tired and Sarah believed that it wasn't the right time to ask any more questions. It would be best to sleep and talk more about between Kermit and Robin the next day.
That was really good but there's something I have to ask .
Why nobody told me that Michael Clark Duncan is dead?
I would like to this more of Gobo Fraggle here please.
Okay, I will focus more on Gobo Fraggle and Robin, okay? Sheesh!
Thank you Muppetfan and I'm sorry!
Now I know why it takes longer to write. My family stuff, school and everything else I can think of was in the way from my free time. When that happened I started writing stuff that didn't make sense and I feel like a bad writer. So, why do I even bother doing that stuff? I don't understand why I always have a hard time with my family.
So you're not mad at me?
Nope, but I am defientely not happy the way my life is turning out to be right now. It's a mess! Ugh!
What's wrong with it? maybe I can help you with that.
Well, there's nothing wityh my life. It's just that it is not supposed to take too long to write and I'm a slow writer. Grrrrr!
Maybe you can ask people to help you.
How do I do that?
Ask your friends and family for help to give you ideas and also see things that can inspire you.
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