Shelby's Life is getting very complicated.
Think about Shelby
Life is getting very complicated…
This young lady knows she was adopted, but her Mom and Dad are her best friends. The Gore family live a pretty good life, Shelby got her own horse when she was seven. Her horse Melon is a dark brown mountain horse with a blonde mane and tail. The Sanders family keep it up at The Hill where they live, it’s a special place. There is a year round swimming pool, tennis courts, and a PGA sanctioned 18 hole golf course.
Having use of the two mile rubber running track has been a great help for her to become Cedarville High School’s track star. Not one boy or girl can beat this teenager on any event she decides to enter. Having a gym in the basement at home keeps all of her muscles in tone, though her family does not own a TV.
Golf is another thing this young lady is quite good at, by the age of 12 she could hold her score in the low fifties. There are other skills not so well known she excels at, like staying alive.
The old men who spend their days sitting on park benches down at the town square tell some pretty wild stories. Back in the summer of 1984, there were twelve hoodlums from Mtn. High, who made monthly trips to Cedarville and other nearby towns. Old folks had to cash their monthly Social Security checks and give the money to this gang. Don’t want to pay and you or someone you love gets hurt really bad. Over at Mtn. High, they had killed a cop, so the police were not any help.
Most days, the 12 year-old blonde would take her skateboard and head east through downtown to pick up whatever her Mom needed. These old guys would make remarks about how cute she looks, asking how old she is now, and who she has for a boyfriend. Shelby liked the attention she was getting, she’d sit and snuggle with the old guys, giving them kisses. They had all seen her pierced nipples, and would ask her some very personal questions which she enjoyed answering.
One day, the old guys were asking each other when the next commodity give-away would be at the senior center? The young girl suggested she could talk to Kare-Ann down at Young’s Family & Home Center. She was sure she could get some special discounts on groceries just for seniors. To which she learned they have NO MONEY, and explained their situation.
The girl jumped up, ran to the street waving her hands in the air in order to get her security detail’s attention. The GMC Suburban squalled it’s tires coming to her aid. Rolling down the front passenger window, the hispanic looking man asked: “Miss Gore, what’s the problem?” there looked to be six men in the vehicle.
A week and two days later, the problem was solved, ten men were removed from the town square in body bags. The remaining two died in a shoot-out with sherif’s deputies and highway patrol just north of Cedarville. Marcella helped her young daughter get cleaned up before going to The Hill to ride the horses.