The bold attitude she had for a smoke free life was not in the cards for Priscilla Daniels. The accustomed girl would never be the same. Her and those skinny long legs were going to make someone lose their mind one day. Priscilla was vexed on the inside she hated the thought of her parents getting a divorce. It felt like death to Priscilla and she was in no way ready to die. Priscilla wouldn’t accept the fact that her parents could not cope with the family business so it went up in a draft of flames. Both of Priscilla parents agreed that it would be best for Priscilla to spend the summer away at camp. Priscilla had found it strange that out of all the arguing that the two of them did they agreed that she go to camp. The poor girl wanted nothing to do with the outside world mainly because she couldn’t swim through her emotions. Priscilla’s mother was shaken up because she would have to step into the single life as a woman who had been cheated on. All of the town’s people were aware of what had been going on at 1743 undivided lane. The older boy down the road told Priscilla try smoking some of this it will make all your troubles seem like cartoon. Priscilla tried the cigarette only thing was it was not a cigarette. Priscilla felt sleepy the boy pointed at the sky. Priscilla laid on the side walk next to the big tree and she stared into the sky. The boy told Priscilla you should know that I gave you a joint. Priscilla told the boy I am aware of that. He told her I can hear your parents when they argue. Priscilla began to cry with a loud sound the boy grabbed her hand and he told Priscilla it’s not so bad having your mom and dad separate. Priscilla told the boy I am an only child I don’t know what my mother will do she is old now. The boy told Priscilla my mom is your mom’s age they always make do. The boy told Priscilla all her mom does is cry now. The boy told Priscilla crying will never solve the situation. Priscilla told the boy I want to stab my dad right in the heart. The boy told Priscilla if you do that you will go to jail. Priscilla told the boy I would feel like justice would be served for my mother. The boy told Priscilla you have to tell your mother “she can still live and have a new life she will have to wake up eventually.” Your father is gone now and life will not be the same your mother is probably thinking. The boy told Priscilla one day I will marry you and those long legs. The young boy put a smile on Priscilla’s face. Priscilla walked off to head home. The boy yelled out “when will I see you again?” Priscilla told the boy when the big cloud comes over the moon. The boy told Priscilla I don’t understand that. Priscilla told the boy how about when we have another full moon. The boy ran over to Priscilla he told her tell your mom” she can’t bite the bait if she has no hook.” Priscilla nodded her head as she walked up the stairs.