It’s four A.M. and it’s still dark outside. Valerie
Vessyl is sitting on the veranda of her villa packing her very fresh verdant and
vermeil vegetables from her farm for Virgil Vinn to transport in his vegetable
transport van to the village. Virgil will deliver the vegetables to Vernon Vase’s
Grocery Store for vending and Vera Valen’s Restaurant for her famous viand vegetable
soup with vendace, veal, and venison. Virgil Vinn stops at all the farms and gardens
inside and outside the village and transports the fresh fruits and vegetables to the
restaurants, stores, schools, and hospitals in the village every day.
It’s now 6 A.M. and the sun is starting to rise.
Violet Vine is vacuuming her Dee-Vine-Flowers Shop in the village. She just received
her new delivery of vincas, verbenas, violets, viburnum, and venus fly traps from
Vanessa Vikfer’s Flower Delivery Service. Her vivid and vibrant vase arrangements
will vanish very quickly at the Video and Vocal Music Festival that starts today in
the valley at the edge of the village.
It’s seven A.M. and everyone is starting to stir in
the village. The children are rushing to school in lots of vehicles. Some children
are going by bus, some by bike, some by car and some walking briskly to their
schools. Parents are in cars on their way to work, stopping at Victoria Videl’s
Bakery for hot Vienna fingers, vitex and verbena teas, and coffees. The smell of
Venezuela, Vintage and Viennese coffees and vanilla fill the air.
It’s 9 A.M. and the rush is over. Everyone is at
work or school. Virgil Vinn has delivered the fresh vegetables to the schools. The
cooks in the kitchens in the schools have started making vegetable soup, vindaloo,
vla and Vienna sausages. You can hear the student’s voices down the halls as they
name their vowels, verbs and vocabulary words. Virginia Valley’s Clothing Store has
opened and she has just finished her bridal veils, velvet vests, and visors
displays, half off with vouchers. Verner the postal carrier is delivering his
packages and mail with such velocity! The Great Veldt Veterinary Clinic is quite
busy now. Voles, vultures, viscacha, vaquitas, and vangas are sitting in the
waiting room for their vaccines and vitamins.
It’s twelve noon and time for lunch! The students
are in the cafeteria eating their vegetables for lunch. The parents are at the
restaurants and cafe, eating the specials for the day. Vana and Vorick
Vacations Shop show valuable vacations to Veracruz, Virgin Islands, Venezuela,
Vietnam, Venice, Verona via voyages. Vermont, Virginia and Vancouver views by
rail. Verity and Valentina visit the very sick and injured at Viking Hospital and
take verbena and violets in small vials to share with the patients there. The
Village fire trucks zoom with great velocity down the street to put out the grass
fire in a nearby veldt.
Three o’clock in the afternoon and the children are
out of school, on their way home to do volume, vocabulary, lessons on vertical and
horizontal direction, verb, and vowel homework. The school vehicles take them to the
bus stops and the children walk or ride their bikes home. The parents are still at
Now it is 5:00 P.M. and there are many vehicles in
the streets of the village. Big cars, little cars, motorcycles, scooters, bicycles,
big trucks, little trucks, buses. These are all the parents going home from work.
Parents rushing home to prepare dinner for their families and check their children’s
homework. It’s time to get ready for the festival!
It’s seven P.M. and people are at the gate, in the
veldt in the valley of the volcano, for the Annual Video and Vocal Music Festival.
This year’s theme is the Victory of the Vikings, Vampires, and Vanity. The audience
must have a valid voucher to attend the festival. The vocalists and the audience
are singing all the verses to the songs with great volume. The orchestra is playing
the violins, violas, veena, vakiha, virginal and vibraslap with the
vocalists. The videos are vivid and visible from every seat in the valley. The
audience joins in with the dance videos of the verbunkos and the vogue. You can
smell the vinegar and vanilla in the air from the cupcakes, cookies, dill and sour
pickles for sale.
Everyone is having a great time!
Now it’s 12 AM midnight and everyone is home in bed
asleep. All is quiet in the village. There is not a peep. Not a dog was barking or
cat meowing or a mouse squeak. Everyone is fast asleep.