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TITLE: Adventure of Ron Hucklebery...# 1-1 Oh goodness, I forgot my clothes
By gene hudgens
04/08/08
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Adventures of Ron Huckelberry...#1-1 Oh goodness, I forgot my clothes (Rev)


Ronís mom is now well and baby sis is so cute, but crying too much. Ronís small home is located on a beautiful tree-lined boulevard. Ronís mom and dad work and Ron has been cared for by a maid since birth. The maidís name is Bell and she loves him very much and treats him as her own child. Almost every day they go for long walks and she always allows him to ride his tricycle or pull his wagon.

Ron knows the streets very well and isnít afraid of getting lost when he takes an occasional unsupervised ísecretí stroll. Ron and Bell normally take a nap soon after lunch.
This particular day Bell is still asleep when Ron awakes. He wants to get up and do something.

Ron decides to take a stroll. He is very quiet not to awaken Bell as he quickly slips out side and walks down the street. He has walked several blocks when he notices that people are smiling when they walk by him. He suddenly realizes he for got to get dressed. He is wearing only his white underwear pants.

At age four that isnít a big deal, but to Ron itís awful. He turns and quickly heads towards home. Every time he sees some one he quickly hides behind a tree until all is clear.

Today it seems that everyone in town is taking a walk and Ron is spending a lot of time hiding behind trees. He just hopes he get home before Bell starts looking for him. As he nears his house all looks OK. Bell isnít in the yard. Just as he gets into the yard he hears Bell calling for him. Ron quickly replies, ďBell, Iím here playing with my little carsĒ.
(C) GENE HUDGENS
10 Oct
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