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Blind Date

Written For: Friday Fictioneers

25 July 2014

PHOTO PROMPT Copyright – Marie Gail Stratford


My ( soon to be former ) friend has set me up on yet another blind date,  so hot on the heels of the man from plaid and a rhinestone cowboy comes this.. 68 more words


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