Dragon Snot

This week’s Friday Fictioneer’s story is dedicated to PaPa Jim and Logan

Dragon Snot

“PaPa!” Logan shouted.  “He’s sick.”

“Who, Logan?”


Rather perplexed, PaPa Jim scratched his head.

“Who’s Snapple?”

“My dragon.”

“Oh,” PaPa said trying to hide his smile.  “I didn’t know you had a dragon.  Where does he live?

“In the woods.  We have to bring him gumdrops. He has a cold.”

Now, PaPa Jim loved Logan with all his heart so he decided to play along.  Side-by-side they walked into woods, a bag of gumdrops clutched firmly in Logan’s little hand.  But, alas, no Snapple.

“Maybe he’s sleeping,” PaPa said. “Let’s leave the candy by this tree and he can get it when he wakes up.  Do you think that would be ok?”

Disappointed, Logan sighed. “Ok.”

On the way to the house PaPa  asked, “Logan, how do you know Snapple has a cold?”

Logan walked  over to a rock and pointed at a gooey, icky glob.  “Yuck, what’s that?” PaPa asked.

“Dragon snot.”

Oh, of course.  Dragon snot.  He should’ve known.
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4 Responses to Dragon Snot

  1. Dragon snot. Who'da thunk it?Very cute.

  2. ed_quixote says:

    Didja ever see slime mold? There are lots of different kinds of it, but one patch that turned up on my lawn in Illinois looked like dog barf. Weird stuff, it can't decided if it wants to be fungus or protozoa, so it does both. I see from Wikipedia the slime mold I saw in Illinois is called Fuligo septica, the "dog vomit" slime mold. Go to Wikipedia for a photo.

  3. Jim B says:

    Cute sis, thanks for the story…

  4. Jan Morrill says:

    What a sweet story. I see a children's picture book in your future. 🙂

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