Some weeks back, Kenke and I were informed by the CIA that alien activities had been spotted in the very heart of Ibadan city. We questioned the credibility of the information at first. Why did the CIA contact us and not the Secret Service or something? Then we gave it a second thought, the CIA must have recognized the strength of our mind which invariably radiates to every aspect of our being so we decided to check it out.
We set out on a Saturday when it was reported alien activity was usually at its peak. We went up the hills, down the valleys, climbed up rocks and even swam against strong river currents. We got to the final obstacle, a forest so thick even a piece of thread would find it almost impossible to pass through. We had been through too much to quit so we sought extraterrestrial help. In a flash, we were riding on a Unicorn over the forest and minutes later we spotted an area of crude civilization. We watched the aliens use some machine to suck the sun's energy. The sun was visibly scared and had no where to run. She started crying for help. Kenke and I were about to rescue her when we saw it. A very beautiful scenery. The beauty of helping the needy. The beauty of going out of your way to lend a helping a hand. The act of putting others before yourself without any hope of a reward. The cloud so brave, so courageous, shielded the sun from the aliens and in that moment of selflessness, a radiant energy from the cloud coupled with that of the sun shot high into the sky and descended on the alien civilization. The energy was so bright we had to cover our faces and when we opened our eyes, the whole area was razed to ashes. It was over. The alien threat taken care of and most importantly, I was able to get a shot of the sun's rays fanning out from behind the cloud.
Too bad we can't boast of saving the world but hey, we witnessed the world being saved; a rare opportunity *winks*. Don't hate the players, hate the game. Hehehee. Oh yeah, here's the shot I got.
Enjoy the rest of your day people. I'm out!.