The wafting smell of baked goods

“Just leave it on the side Cas,” her husband said.

“Okay, do you think it’s high enough out of reach?” Cas replied, placing the warm cookies on the counter.

“There is no way she can reach that high,” Jack replied as the two moved into the lounge to finish their movie.

Sammy smelt something delicious, the blend of chocolate and sugar pouring its way  through the cracks in her door. Standing up, she apologised and bowed to the circle of teddy bears, pausing her tea party. After watching from the landing, to make sure the hallway was clear, she managed to reach her prize.

“Oh crap,” Jack yelled, walking into the kitchen to find a stool underneath the counter and the cookies missing. The couple ran upstairs, slamming Sammy’s door open with a large thud.

“Have you come to join the tea party?” Sammy asked, only half the cookies left on the white plate. The couple scanned for the ten missing cookies until they realised each fuzzy toy held their own gooey chocolate treat.

 

Jiffy

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Fandango says:

    Never underestimate the ingenuity of a crafty child when freshly made cookies are involved.

    Liked by 1 person

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