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LEGACY IN A NAME

These were the leftovers of Jean’s dream since she was now past the age of giving birth. “Maryjean, that will be a good name for her,” thought Mary as she carefully sewed tiny rosettes on the little garment. She would … Continue reading

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FREEDOM? – NOT NOW

Baby twin opossums climbed to the top of the leaf One said to the other, “This is beyond belief!” “How do you think our mom found this barrier To make us stay in her little carrier?” . “It won’t work. … Continue reading

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ELEVEN-FORTY FIVE SHARP!

Howie Smith, senior deacon in the Community Church called Pastor Peter P. Pagent. “The boat’s at the church all set to go. Shorten your sermon. I leave by 11:45.” “Fret not thyself; I’ll quit before 11:45.” “OK, see you in … Continue reading

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DIVINE APPOINTMENT?

“Hey, Chuck, I’m sure we can find some wire cutters in my granddad’s tool shed. We only need the wire cutters, a candle, and two hairpins, If we hurry I think we can get back in time to win this … Continue reading

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KING QUAL IS COMING

Agatha and Gusta are out to impress King Qual. Somehow they have to convince him to loan them three times what the establishment is worth! Agatha and Gusta gave orders three days ago to thaw all frozen foods, shine the … Continue reading

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TEXT TALK

In their first stage of being empty-nesters, Clark and Stella looked forward to some rest in their modest but comfortable home on the corner.  Their mutual goal had been to see their children educated and secure.  Cutting corners in their … Continue reading

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A GOOD SON

“Oomph,” Shirley grunted bending her knees. Was Edgar trying to play a fast one on her by giving her this spinning wheel? He said this was Aunt Gerty’s old wheel. But she didn’t believe it. He probably stored the original … Continue reading

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WEDDING DAY

Wandering Willie steps out his door daily at 11:30. He seems somewhat dazed but not dangerous to himself or others. What is he looking for? Does he need help? Gentle whispers from gentle souls about a gentle man. But Willie … Continue reading

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AMERICA IS SICK

America, I am sorry to hear of your continuing health problems.  It seems that your citizens cannot contain the abominable diseases that plague you.  If you were medicated according to Constitutional principles, I’m sure you would improve. Two major forces … Continue reading

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FINNY’S DREAM

Fishes school meets in “low” pool, where students felt so humiliated. Students got together and debated. Finny said, “I want to fly Past the waters, up to the sky.” “Aw, that is just a fancy scheme; You will never achieve … Continue reading

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