*A Late Chat Production
*Leti, Kier, John Boy, Jkher, DMK
This is your thirteen year old son, Blake, at the annual family reunion and picnic. He isn't happy.
Why isn't he happy?
Blake did not want to attend the reunion and picnic. It is an annual event and the only time that some of the family are able to see each other. Blake has known about the picnic for a little over two months and has been rather vocal about not wanting to attend. Blake basically says he will be bored and doesn't want to spend the day with a "bunch of old people." You feel it is important for Blake to attend the reunion/picnic and so you tell him he has to go. You are able to appease Blake and get him a little more interested in the picnic by reminding him that his cousin will be there and that they can hang out together.
When you arrive at the picnic his cousin is not there. Your brother tells you and Blake that he let his son stay home. Blake becomes angry and starts sulking and whining about having to be there. He says it is unfair that he has to be there and his cousin doesn't.
The activities get underway and, later on, you notice Blake is missing. You and the family search the area and he is not to be found. Blake is eventually found walking along the highway headed back to town. He says the picnic is lame and he is going home. (It would be about a ten mile walk.)
What happens with your unhappy boy?