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Pine Street Episode 62

In that moment, on that chaotic night and early morning after the wedding, Leo chose Marilyn. He went to the room next door to Kassandra’s, he saw Marilyn in a bed, connected to tubes and cords, looking tiny. 276 more words

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Pine Street, Episode 61

Kassandra returned to her job at the coffee shop toward the end of the summer. Her noggin, as the kind stranger who’d knocked her over called it, had been hurt more than she’d initially thought. 427 more words

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Pine Street Episode 60

Taking care of a dog, especially a smallish, elderly dog such as Precious, helps put everything else in perspective. This is true of taking care of anyone, really. 488 more words

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Pine Street Episode 59

Franny hooked the leash onto Precious’s collar, as the dog showed every sign of needing to go outdoors, now. Although she had permission to keep Precious “temporarily” in her apartment, Franny also obeyed the unspoken part of the agreement with the landlord to make sure none of the other tenants saw them coming and going. 442 more words

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Pine Street Episode 58

After escorting Kassandra to the emergency room that night, Leo had felt obligated to stay and see how she was. He’d sat in the waiting area for hours, watching the dawn break in the east, stepping outside to take deep breaths of the cool air. 452 more words

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Pine Street Episode 57

Leo had been busy since that summer night following Marilyn and Douglas’s wedding.

After the kiss with Franny, and seeing her home, he took her direction seriously and set out to return to Marilyn’s house, to see what Douglas needed. 570 more words

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Pine Street Episode 56

College towns live in their own rhythm. Summers quiet down as students depart for their seasonal jobs, family-sponsored trips, or self-defined adventures. Bars and taverns go back to serving, mostly, their old-time regulars. 338 more words

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