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Kissing Games

   Trying to spice up, in a sick sort of way, the usual gathering in his basement, Larry thought instead of playing spin the bottle with the girls, he’d try something new … and took out a game he’d bought. … Continue reading

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Infiltrated

   We are at war. Little do we know it though. Constantly ambushed, but in small enough attacks that we don’t realize, and won’t realize it until it’s too late … before they’ve taken over. Chemical warfare is out, but … Continue reading

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Deconstructing a Pool’s Off Season

   Opening the pool … when? That’s the question. It’s warm now, but oh how that can easily change in upstate New York and go back to cold again. Too soon, and the well-pampered water, clinically proven to be more … Continue reading

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The Swan Lives On

   The sixth graders were led down to the auditorium. There hadn’t been much warning or much explanation to what was being done … something about music. This was the last year for the sixth graders at PS (Public school) … Continue reading

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The Thankful Holiday

Resourceful wasn’t the first words that came to the mouths of Bob’s dinner guests when they sat down for the holiday meal and discovered what could be accomplished with a Thanksgiving Jell-O mold and a few pounds of ground turkey. … Continue reading

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Flushed

   Big Al knew there was a stoolpigeon hiding in the gang that needed to be ousted, and for some reason he couldn’t explain, he kept staring at Joe’s four wooden legs and … tail feathers. “Joe…?” And now a … Continue reading

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Typo Mary

Journal log entry – I have a bug. I’m sure of it. No, I’m not sick, not that way. It’s a bug that tends to show its inconvenient head when I have an idea. I’ve also recently discovered a few … Continue reading

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Send the Horses Out to Pasture, Why Don’t You?

One of the first pioneers in the equal rights movement was Betsy the cow as she made her first go for a win in the Kentucky Derby. What? It’s more than obvious by your reaction, that your interpretation of equal … Continue reading

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After the Frost

I am the gardener, but once I had been the enemy without my knowing it. It’s only on looking back am I able to see the monster I had become. They were two blueberry bushes I’d planted in large pots … Continue reading

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Ruff Times

   Harold always sensed he wasn’t ma and pa’s favorite, but it became quite evident to him to what extent he really wasn’t, when with hard times upon the family and food needing to be rationed out, all his brothers … Continue reading

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