Atthe same time, Mandark and Olga began to walk together to the park.
“Ihope that Gary brat is there so I can pulverize him again in Frisbeegolf.” Olga rubbed her hands in anticipation and grinned.
Mandarkgroaned. “Honestly, you’re obsessed with that kid.”
“Iam not! He’s just fun to beat.” Olga protestedvehemently.
“Wellafter watching you two duke it out in basketball, volleyball,badminton, tennis, skateboarding, biking, monkey bars, running, hackysack, bubblegum blowing, spitting, tree climbing, arm wrestling,Sepak Tecraw, burping, pushups” Mandark took a deep breath.”you have to admit he’s more than a stranger now.”
“I’mjust a little competitive. That’s all.” The raven-haired girlshrugged, her pigtails bobbling up and down with each step.
“Alittle?” Mandark asked incredulously.
“It’sstill not obsession-”
“Let’snot forget who the real obsessive one is here!” Olgareminded her brother.
“Hmm,that’s a thought. Maybe you’re in love with Gary, then.” Mandarkteased
“Eww!No, NEVER!” Olga spat, then punched her brother in the arm.”Just for that, I should tell Dexter”
“Alright,alright I take it back.” Mandark rolled his eyes and rubbed hisarm.
Thesiblings arrived at the park, the sun now completely above the hills.There were only a few people at the park, and most of them werechildren playing on the playground as their parents watched fromafar. It was fairly quiet, apart from a few screams once in awhile.
Olgascanned the area, searching for Gary. She did not see hi Continue reading