Just Like Old Times

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Three families, three friendships, three kids, three months, six adults, one cabin. Five years ago three families moved to three different states, the Carson’s went to Iowa, the Jackson’s went to North Carolina, and the Aarons when to California, the families vowed they wouldn’t lose touch but one day led to the next and after about a year they broke their vow. Now five years later, the three families decide to spend the summer at their old vacation spot, a old lake with a cabin looking over it, so when the friends reunite? Will it be like old times? Will the kids, now young adults, still be as comfortable around each other? And can love and friendship last five years?

Dayton: Being the most popular boy in the school is how he rolls, Dayton cant be tamed when it comes to girls, sports, and parties but when he parents tell him he has to spend the summer at their old lake house they bought with their old friends he cant help but hate them all, he thinks his summer is over and he will not be happy about spending it with two dorky kids he used to be friends with.

Lucile: A glass of Ice tea and a good romance novel and Lucy is set, Her summer plans consisted of a pool, her best friend, Jamie, and a fabulous tan but when her parents tell her about the lake she cant help but be excited about seeing her old friends, she only hopes they are just the same as they were before.

Noah: His old ratty guitar and picture of her is all that keeps him around his old run down Iowa town, his summer was suppose to him in a bus riding around America with his small time band but when his parents let him know about the cabin he hides how excited he really is, seeing Lucile and Dayton would be like old times, or so he thought.

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Just Like Old Times

Submitted: June 23, 2011

Three families, three friendships, three kids, three months, six adults, one cabin. Five years ago three families moved to three different states, the Carson’s went to Iowa, the Jackson’s went to North Carolina, and the Aarons when to California, the families vowed they wouldn’t lose touch but one day led to the next and after about a year they broke their vow. Now five years later, the three families decide to spend the summer at their old vacation spot, a old lake with a cabin looking over it, so when the friends reunite? Will it be like old times? Will the kids, now young adults, still be as comfortable around each other? And can love and friendship last five years?

Dayton: Being the most popular boy in the school is how he rolls, Dayton cant be tamed when it comes to girls, sports, and parties but when he parents tell him he has to spend the summer at their old lake house they bought with their old friends he cant help but hate them all, he thinks his summer is over and he will not be happy about spending it with two dorky kids he used to be friends with.

Lucile: A glass of Ice tea and a good romance novel and Lucy is set, Her summer plans consisted of a pool, her best friend, Jamie, and a fabulous tan but when her parents tell her about the lake she cant help but be excited about seeing her old friends, she only hopes they are just the same as they were before.

Noah: His old ratty guitar and picture of her is all that keeps him around his old run down Iowa town, his summer was suppose to him in a bus riding around America with his small time band but when his parents let him know about the cabin he hides how excited he really is, seeing Lucile and Dayton would be like old times, or so he thought.
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Submitted: June 23, 2011

Chapter two. ? ? “So I see you have changed since the last time I saw you.” I took a long lick off my grape popsicle whil... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2011

Chapter three. ? ? Swimming had to wait, mom sent me down to the grocery store and Dayton’s mom volunteered him to drive me... Read Chapter

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