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Dog Day Afternoons

It first happens
while looking at pictures
when you probably shouldn’t:

her eyes, her
once-infinite eyes, are
now sad and watery, like

A dog’s. And… 70 more words

Philboyd Studge

Tinfoil Decency -part 71

     The alarm chided Bryan to wakefulness and he shook his head to clear away the logy. He found his phone, silenced the alarm and said, “If this is Friday then we must be in Rome. 1,128 more words

Fiction

Saving Camp

When our kids were in fifth and sixth grade at St. Michael’s they had an amazing opportunity to attend Camp Pendalouan to meet and bond with their future classmates from St. 461 more words

Life

Tinfoil Wedding -part 70

     Sandy was good to her word and Bryan filled the five minute wait chatting with Mary Beth. “You know, I have a son about your age,” she said. 936 more words

Fiction

Tinfoil Rubs -part 69

04/10/15

     As Bryan body was accustomed to thinking of midnight as mid-morning sleep had not come easily to him. The only thing he found pleasant about awakening at six a.m. 1,400 more words

Fiction

A Cookie for Haven

I was reminded yesterday afternoon that Bryan works for a truly amazing company. The owners are incredibly generous, service-minded Christians who are always looking for ways to bless others through charitable donations, volunteering opportunities, etc. 189 more words

First Friday is Upon Us

What is First Friday you may ask? First Friday is celebrated the first Friday of every month and it gives main street a chance to show off what it has to offer.  80 more words

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