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A Conversation Between Friends #2 (For Michelle Kidwell With Much Love!)
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Two more young friends share their (personal) thoughts via Instant Messanger.


Weathertracker14 says:

Hi! Anyone there? I'm looking for Legoless!

Legoless says:

Yeah! It's me! Hey, Johnny! How's things on your end?

Weathertracker14 says:

Okay, I guess. I guess I'm just a little tired; nothing to worry about; I always get this way near the end of a school day. Thank God school's almost done for the year; my brain's fried!

Legoless says:

I worry about you, Johnny. I mean, with all the health scares you have had lately--the seizures, the hospital stay, worrying about your health, as well as the health of your family: I don't know how you keep your sanity!

Weathertracker14 says:

I don't know either. I know I am supposed to lean on the Lord Jesus during these times, but lately, bad things have been coming in pairs. It didn't help  hearing about Kia getting sick or you and Maddie getting shot. When I heard that I thought my whole world was going to crumble.

Legoless says:

I know it was hard; trust me, I lived it. It is something I don't want to go through ever again. I have had this pain insensitivity disorder, but I never let it stop me. Turns out some kids who used to pick on me when I was younger were the culprits; they tried to stop me, but they don't know me very well. I am going to prove my doctors wrong, my family wrong, my friends wrong: I have too much living to do!

Weathertracker14 says,

I am glad for you, Rebekkah, but I don't know if my heart can take any more bad news. If you want the honest truth, I'm all newsed out.

Legoless says:

Tell me about it. That's why Mamma doesn't let me watch the news anymore; it's too depressing.

Weathertracker14 says:

I hear ya. The only news worth watching anymore is the weather, and lately even that has been all bad. Look at all the flooding going on in the Midwest, the fires on both coasts, the record warmth even in May, the killer tornadoes in the Plains States: I tell you, my weather radio has been workin' overtime lately! I have been chatting with some weatherfolks at a really cool weather website called www.hardcoreweather.com. It's cool.

Legoless says:

I don't really like chatrooms; they scare me. Please be careful, Johnny; there are a lot of nuts out there who want nothing more than to harm kids. I don't want anything bad to happen to you.

Weathertracker14 says:

Mamma and daddy both monitor my computer activities. Besides, we have blockers installed; that way, we can't get to the bad sites, and we are very careful on who we talk to or communicate with while online. The only sites we can go on are www.authorsden.com, www.hardcoreweather..com, www.noaa.gov, www.shoutlife.com, and Christian websites geared for kids. We can also go to some of the Opry websites and go to www.ifco.com, for fan club information or the latest news  regarding country music or the CMA Music Festival, which we will be attending next month.

Legoless says:

That's good. Speaking of the CMA Music Festival, did you know we are going? Mamma has our tickets, and this is our first time there. I am all excited; I hope to see Reba McEntire there; she is my favorite!

Weathertracker14 says:

I know. She's my favorite, too. I also love Loretta Lynn. She's really an awesome singer, and she's a living legend!

Legoless says:

Well, Reba isn't no flunky; she's pretty popular too, you know.

Weathertracker14 says:

Yeah.

Legoless says:

I also like Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Karen Wheaton, and Steven Curtis Chapman. Loretta Lynn is in there too.

Weathertracker14 says:

That's good. They're all wonderful. I like Karen Wheaton, too: she's anointed in her singing, and Amy Grant has such a pretty voice, as does her husband, Vince. Steven Curtis Chapman consistently puts out good songs, and he is anointed in his singing as well.

Legoless says:

How long have you liked country music?

Weathertracker14 says:

All my life. One of the earliest ones I remember liking is Ronnie Milsap. He's always had great songs, and he is a musical genius. I like  him because even though he has a physical disability, he is a bona fide superstar, and he really knows how to work a crowd. I've seen him oodles of times; too many times to count.

Legoless says:

You're so lucky. Have you met Ronnie Milsap?

Weathertracker14 says:

Yeah, and the first time I did I threw up on him. I was so mortified!

Legoless says:

LOLOLOLOL!

Weathertracker14 says:

It wasn't that funny, Rebekkah. It was embarrassing as all get out!

Legoless says:

I bet! Sorry, but I couldn't help myself. How awful for you!

Weathertracker14 says:

Yeah. It WAS awful! I will never forget it! I thought for sure he was going to be steamed, but he was a gentleman about it.

Legoless says:

That's good. I can't wait to see you again, Johnny! This Fan Fair thing is going to be so awesome! It's my first time there, and I don't know what to expect!

Weathertracker14 says:

For one thing, expect long lines and lots of people, all waiting to get an autograph.

Legoless says:

Oh, no. We're disabled; we can't wait in line ALL day!

Weathertracker14 says:

Those with special needs--like us--can get in early; we don't have to wait.

Legoless says:

Really??

Weathertracker14 says:

Yeah.

Legoless says:

WOW! That's really cool! Anyway, I am going to go now; class fixing to end. See you when I get off from school; I am so glad I'm here in Tennessee!

Weathertracker14 says:

I am glad you are here, too, Rebekkah. You look good, considering all that you've been through recently.

Legoless says:

You look good, too.

Weathertracker14 says:

Thanks! I will catch you on the flipside; see  you later, alligator!

Legoless says:

After a while, crocodile! Bye for now! I love you!

Weathertracker14 says:

I love you right back! So long!

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Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 5/17/2007
Karen you did a great job with this, no surprise, I couldnt have done a better job of portraying Rebekka Rachel myself, its great, keep up the writing and be blessed
God Bless
Michelle!
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 5/15/2007
Another interesting write. Love the conservation bits!.. Thanks for the info on the weather site!..M
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 5/14/2007
Wonderful conversation, and a realistic topic...as the Internet is often used for traps for pedifiles to track and harm children, a wise invention that has often and will continue to be abused, but if we think about it so has many other inventions, the phone, television, cell phones, and simple things such as music. We must teach our children to be careful in all aspects of life! Give them the knowledge that they need to protect themselves. Great write!
Blessings,
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 5/12/2007
great second part also Karen,
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/11/2007
You do dialogue so well Karen, I'm impressed!
This was excellent!Keep writing!;-)

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/11/2007
A continuation of your new theme and style and as the first this one too is well laid out and a learning curve for sure. Hugs
Fee
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 5/11/2007
Karen,

A novel and increasingly clever way of relating lifestyles and situations! Lots of great info, too...Well done!

Love&Hugs, Rhonda
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/11/2007
Karen,

I love how your characters interact with each other; well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

But poor Johnny: throwing up all over Ronnie Milsap!!! I'd a died. :)

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