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Could be Worse! Could be Raining!
Part 2
Castle Young Frankenstein
Kate and I pedaled off, I more slowly as my speed was impeded by riding one armed. My steering was wobbly and I was a bit dizzy. Reaching the next incline of sorts became more of a challenge as I had to pedal harder.
From out of nowhere two dogs lurched at us barking fiercely. I have never been afraid of dogs. Ferocious though they were I paid no attention. Kate let out a shout and she was away. This sent both the dogs in my direction.
I thought they would just run off. They didn't. Instead, they kept approaching. Both of them opened their jaws and wanted to take a bite out of me. I didn't know which one to focus on. Should I dismount the bike? What should I do? I was trying to manage kicking and pedaling at the same time.
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Nearly falling off, but still moving ahead as fast as I could, the dogs were staying even with me. One was black and brown like a doberman mix; the other was white and tan. Both were medium to large size, still nipping at any part of me easy enough to get ahold of.
I began to pray loudly. Nothing more than a shout for help. It came. By the time I reached the top of the hill, they had given up or thought me no longer a threat. Thankful was I. Trying to grasp for air and not panic, Kate looked back at me with huge, brown eyes.
“You are so lucky!” she exclaimed, no knowing to laugh or be silent.
I shook it off. I remembered a funny line out of the movie Young Frankenstein. Playing my best British accent I quoted it, “Could be worse! Could be raining.”
In that moment, the heavens opened up. We were in total disbelief. "It's raining!" we chuckled. "I can't believe you said that and now it's raining!"
Written by Jori Sams

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