1.) A young man has been throwing pebbles at the window of the love of his life for the last 25 minutes. He's got a pretty solid if not old-school plan: Throw pebbled, then when she comes to the window there he is with some flowers. She will inevitably sneak out and they can spend some time together, romance growing, so on and so forth. One problem. She's spending her Spring Break working with the disadvantaged kids who come up from the city to Camp Tall Pines out in Minnesota. You can see why he's got the hots for her now, can't you? Well, he's not the brightest and he doesn't remember she's gone so he keeps trying: he's persistent at least. But you know, fathers can hear pebbles being thrown at their daughters' window, it's bred into them instinctively, and so guess who appeared in the window that night? Pulse raises, flowers drop to the ground, legs and arms go into motion and the young man sprints off into the night. Maybe next time he will write down her schedule.
2.) Have you ever seen those crazy people who like extreme sports? You know, they jump off bridges with ropes attached to their feet, they ski places where people aren't meant to ski, etc. Well, two of them met at a meeting of the skydiving club, and there was conveniently a judge who was in the same club. So they had it all planned. The reception would be outdoors, they would get married while plummeting towards the ground from 20,000 ft, the first kiss would be right before they pull the ripcords, and then the reception would begin as soon as they landed right in the middle of it. Grand plan, except for one thing: The Bridesmaid dropped her bouquet. Oh well. Good thing there wasn't a car parked in that driveway today.
3.) What the authorities don't know is that the friendly local flower shop is really just a front for the friendly local loan shark. So, as often happens with loan sharks shit went down. Let's just say that one wrong person messed with the next wrong person and before you know three guys in ski masks are breaking down the front door of the flower shop, hustling into the back room, and grabbing the old man by the shirt collar and throwing him into the flower shop delivery van which is just being loaded with the flowers for the skydiving wedding. The van peels out and the loan shark/flower seller's goon chase after. The chase winds through the streets, around corner after corner, from the downtown business district into the residential areas. As the van careens around a corner the flower shop guy makes his break for it. Punches on kidnapper in the stomach, elbows the other one in the face, throws open the door and tucks and rolls. He timed it pretty well because he hit the grass where it was soft with the spring melt, rolled three times and then hopped to his feet as the van came to a screeching halt. He was oblivious to the bouquet that got stuck in his rolled-up shirtsleeve when he jumped and so of course he didn't notice it when he sprang away through the backyards as the van took off down the next street looking for him. And with all the hubub no one else in town noticed the bouquet either, so there it lay. I am sure the cops will pick it up eventually as part of their investigation.
4.) Something is horribly wrong here. Kelsey is distraught since her cousin was hit by a car since walking home. She had been really close to her cousin but two months ago he had moved far away to a new town. So now she is here, wondering why there isn't more of a memorial to him at the site where he was tragically killed. He aunt said she had put a cross. But Kelsey was never good with geography, and she could never really remember the name of the town where he had moved to. So I guess it's understandable that, driving up in the middle of the night and being so distraught that she would throw a bouquet of flowers into a driveway in the next town over from where her cousin lived.
Okay, so who knows? It's probably much simpler than that but a lot less fun. So I am going to assume that it was one of the above scenarios that led to me seeing those flowers there. But I can't be sure. How do you think it happened?