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A Watched Pot

A rustling at the front door alerted Jeff that the mail had arrived. He leaped from his easy chair in the living room and bounded down the hall. Tossing open the door, he investigated the contents of the mailbox. His … Continue reading

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Santa and the Belief Clause

Early in December, Megan approached her dad. He sat in the living room, watching videos on his tablet. “Does Santa have an Instagram?” she asked. Her dad pulled out an earbud and focused on his daughter. “I don’t see why … Continue reading

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Casualties of War

With canned Christmas music playing just over the commotion of last minute shoppers, Paisley and Burke navigated their way through the crowded mall. “I just don’t have it. I can’t finish strong,” confessed Paisley. She collapsed on a bench and … Continue reading

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Christmas Hint

“What are you planning to get Megan for Christmas this year?” Graham whispered to his son-in-law. “I have no idea,” replied Craig. “Especially after last year. Getting her a puppy was a stroke of brilliance,” admitted Graham. Craig looked over … Continue reading

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A September Holiday

Weaving their way through Stufmart, Judy’s texting distracted her from her immediate surroundings. Bobby’s voice pierced through the diversions. “I love Christmas,” he said. “What’re you talking about? It’s September,” she asked. When she looked up, she found herself transported … Continue reading

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Uniculture

Anne approached Roy as they waited for the elevator after work.“Are you going to the work luncheon tomorrow?” she asked. “No. Tomorrow’s my independence day,” replied Roy. “It’s September 29th,” replied Anne. She looked at Roy quizzically. “Exactly. It’s the … Continue reading

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The U-Turn Analysis

Ken and Barry were carpooling on their way to work on Wednesday morning. Without warning, the car ahead of them made a u-turn and sped down the street in the opposite direction. “Whoa,” exclaimed Ken. “I’m not sure that was … Continue reading

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