“After you,” Jim replied, ushering Mike forward.
Mike followed Fred, and when both men reached the ground they stopped. Jim joined them a second later.
“Still zombie clear,” Fred replied.
“But when we turn the corner of this building, all hell is going to break loose,” Jim replied.
“So be it. Let’s just get to stepping,” Mike replied, and started moving forward taking the lead once again.
The men made their way to the end of the building, turned the corner, and left the mall in the same way that they had come in, shooting and popping zombie heads, clearing a path as they ran. The going was slower this time because of the toys they were carrying in their back packs, but the men were able to keep their hands free, so that made the shooting a lot easier.
Once they were back in the neighborhood, they split up and followed their delivery routes. They made their deliveries with a tap on the door, a drop off of the presents, and a “Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas!” for good measure. It wasn’t an easy job; and it wasn’t a lot of fun either, but they were able to make it work because they knew they needed to.
5 out of 5 stars – I love zombies and I love Christmas ~ A winner!
5 out of 5 stars – A Cute Little Holiday Horror Story.
5 out of 5 stars – In a zombie world, there is a Christmas miracle.
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