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First World Crisis

Peggy lay on a lounge chair by the pool of an all-inclusive resort in the Dominican. “I’m having a first world crisis,” she said to Steve. Steve looked over at Peggy. She was still sunning herself. “What’s that?” “It’s a … Continue reading

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First World Survival Techniques

“Dane, we gotta do somethin’. I’m dyin’,” complained Brett as he leaned out of the window of Dane’s car. “I know. The air conditioning died yesterday,” said Dane. “I have no idea where we are.” “Why’d we road trip on … Continue reading

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First World Problems

“Did you get everything you need?” asked Nellie. “I think so. How about you?” replied Cassandra. Nellie looked through her cart full of purchases. “Yep. If I didn’t remember it, I probably didn’t need it.” They wove their way though … Continue reading

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Cuban Vacation

Drake insisted the bellhop carry their luggage their third floor room. It wasn’t his idea to come to a Cuban resort. The blame for that lay squarely with Marla, his fourth wife. Now that he was here, Drake decided make … Continue reading

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