It was the first day of their candy selling scheme and Case and Dash were eager to start making money. They stood with their uncle in front of the first place on the list that he’d put together for them, Ingram Oaks, a small apartment community in San Myshuno.
“Alright, our first stop is this building over here, Ingram Oaks,” Nathan pointed at the building across the street from them,” the people that live here all have good jobs and will probably be more receptive to buying more than one candy bar, which is our overall goal.”
They had gone over the plan several times since he agreed to help a few nights ago but Nathan wanted to make sure they were fully prepared.
“Dash, why are we selling candy?” he quizzed.
“To collect donations for the orphanage in Brindleton Bay.”
“Good,” he looked over at Case, “Case, what will these donations provide?”
“Food and clean clothes for the kids with no parents.”
“Good, but, let’s call them orphans, kids with no parents sounds a little harsh.”
“Got it,” Case agreed, “orphans.”
“Alright, I think y’all are ready,” Nathan leads them across the street, “let’s make this quick though, your mom said she need’s y’all back home in a little while.”