Monday, October 11, 2010

Marie and Samuel Try to Impress the Moon by Creating Galaxies, but he is Uninterested

Being a moon can be a difficult task at times. The whole human population of Earth gazes at the moon in reverence and wonder, which can be a lot of pressure. The moon has to make sure to properly govern the ocean's tides. He doesn't even like to think about the time he almost slept through a low tide. What's worse is that every once in a while Earths humans expect a solar eclipse. The gaudy showmanship of the whole ordeal makes the moon anxious. Sometimes his star colleagues try to take the pressure off by performing tricks, but the moon can not be bothered. He really has too much to do and can not spend his time watching a couple of stars creating galaxies.

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