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Human Nature

Miles was caught in the morning rush hour, driving to a meeting he didn’t want to attend. The pleasant voices on the radio, normally a welcome distraction, only heightened his anxiety. Reaching for his coffee, Miles looked down for only … Continue reading

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The New Year

“Why so glum, chum?” asked the particularly chipper Bret. He happened upon Chad at a the curling club on a bright January morning. Chad didn’t share Bret’s enthusiasm. “The year hasn’t started off so well.” “What’s weighing on those broad … Continue reading

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What Do You Love About Me?

The unexpected downpour in July sucked the joy from Alicia’s summer. “Not again.” Ben came up and slipped his arm around her waist. “It certainly makes everything look greener.” Alicia thought how misery loves company only if it’s just as … Continue reading

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