The Play

Before we left on Sunday, We watched the play, that the campers put on. We thought that because you all competed to win your story as the play, that you might like to see it. It is in picture form, of course, but you can see the story line. I made this with the winner.DSCN4781

We all got in the car, going to scene 75. Elli drove, George and Corrissa argued the whole time, and Molly and June talked.

“I have to go to the bathroom, I need to change my makeup.” Corrissa complained.

“What 9 year old would wear make up?” George muttered.


So we stopped at a restaurant. There was one table that was there, but it was taken. A few people were at the counter.


Elli, Molly, and June went up to order.

“I’d like 2 ice cream cones, a chocolate bar, and….”


Elli looked over to see what Corissa and June wanted, but they were fighting. Elli got their orders, and sent them to the bathroom.

“We will be waiting outside in the car.” Elli told Corissa, George, and Molly. When Molly got in the car, everyone thought that Corissa and George were with them.

Meanwhile, in the bathroom……

“Hurry up!”

“I haven’t even got my lipstick on!”

George yanked the lipstick from Corissa’s hand, and then yanked the rest of the makeup from her purse.


When they finally got out of the bathroom, Corissa had wonky make up. When they went outside, no one was there.


Meanwhile, in the car. “Corissa!”

“She’s asleep. Right George?” June asked But nether of them were in the car.

“We must have left them in there.” Elli realized. “We’ll have to go back.”


George yelled at Corissa, then decided that that wouldn’t help, and they went outside, just as the car was pulling up.


They got in the car, reunited at last.

What did you think?


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