Scrub isn’t happy about leaving Florida and his friends to summer with his crazy grandmother in “Middle-of-Nowhere,” Washington. Arriving at her Intergalactic Bed & Breakfast, he isn’t surprised by its the-60’s-meets-Star-Wars décor, but he is surprised by the weird-looking guests. It... read more
“I wondered if I would have to submit a formal application to be the town freak, or if being related to Grandma meant I would be automatically awarded the title.”
“So I supposed I might as well forget about hoops and join the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Club. There were no tryouts for that one, just a willingness to give up any hope of appearing normal and fitting in at school. Those guys (and I do mean guys--no cheerleader would be caught dead, alive, or zombie at one of their events) dressed up in costumes and ran around with foam swords and plastic laser guns. In public.”
“They even learned to speak languages that didn't exist, like Klingon or Elvish. (I have enough trouble with Intro to Spanish.)”
“Did talking to myself mean I was going crazy, or just that being blood-related to the person who owned this place meant that weirdness was carving out a genetic foothold in my behavior? Either way, not a real good sign.”
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