Rainbow Valley

“I’d rather not be buried at all,” said Carl, “but if I had to be I’d like the ant-bed. Ants are AWF’LY int’resting.”

“How very good all the people who are buried here must have been,” said Una, who had been reading the laudatory old epitaphs. “There doesn’t seem to be a single bad person in the whole graveyard. Methodists must be better than Presbyterians after all.”

“Maybe the Methodists bury their bad people just like they do cats,” suggested Carl. “Maybe they don’t bother bringing them to the graveyard at all.”

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