The Old Couple
“It was goats. I was there. Goats I tell you,” she said, waving her hands. “All around the car.”
“They were sheep,” Johnny said, stopping on a page. He peeled a picture off and handed it to June. “I don’t have my glasses,” he said. “What’s there? Sheep? Yes?”
“No,” she answered. “Goats. Just like I said.”
“You old bat. You’re not wearing your glasses either,” pished Johnny. “It was sheep.”
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