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All In A Day’s Work

“So, have you decided what you want to do with your life?” asked Dr. Midlane. Albert shrugged his shoulders. “No idea. I mean, how did people choose a hundred years ago?” Dr. Midlane leaned back in his seat. “Well, most … Continue reading

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The Fiftieth Birthday Party

Adam turned fifty. For his birthday, his three children took him out for dinner. When the server approached, his oldest daughter Ariel asked, “Excuse me, how old do you have to be to get the senior’s discount?” The server looked … Continue reading

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After A Meeting With The English Teacher

“I spoke with your English teacher today,” Will said to his son Ronny. “‘Sup?” said Ronny, his earbuds still firmly implanted in his ears. “She said you haven’t read a single novel this year,” accused Will. Ronny chuckled. “Yeah.” “Don’t … Continue reading

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No Pressure

It was my idea that my seven year old start tennis lessons. I searched out a local club and arranged for a lesson. I was the one who bought her first racket. On our way to here first lesson, I … Continue reading

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Funkily Dysfunctional

Leah arrived back at school to find Becky waiting for her. “Anything exciting happen with you this Christmas?” asked Becky. “Just the normal Christmas-y stuff we always do. What about you?” “My dad happened.” “I smell as story,” said Leah. … Continue reading

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A Thousand Generations

“I made a startling discovery,” said Magnus. “Self-realization is an important part of personal growth,” replied Serge. He took a sip of coffee. Magnus looked around the Java Expressions Café. Saturday afternoons always seemed to be busy. “Leave your psychobabble … Continue reading

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The Perks of Fatherhood

  It was Friday evening. Joe was in the mall, looking for his family. He wondered if this was a vision of things to come now that Becky and Chelsea, his daughters, were on the cusp of their teenage years. … Continue reading

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