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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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A Difference of Perspective

Bert could feel his ears burning. “Riley!” he shouted. Riley popped his head above his cubicle. “You bellowed?” He wore a sinister smile that only inflamed Bert’s rage. “I’m done with you. Never again. You hear me?” cried Bert. “What … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

As soon as Neil walked through the door, Jenni knew something was off. “You look like you sucked on a lemon. What’s with you?” she asked. “I think I’m becoming a crotchety old man,” grumbled Neil. Jenni shrugged. “You’re not … Continue reading

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Fresh Perspective- The Man Who Declared Himself Emperor

Emperor Don set his plate on the table and sat across from Becky. “Thank you for the bagel,” he said with a smile. Becky looked around the Bagel Fortress Bakery. “I’ve never noticed this place before.” “It’s one of my … Continue reading

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The Hulk’s Kryptonite

When George approached his car in the parking lot of the mall, he stopped in his tracks. Four foot long scratches lead to a basketball sized dent on the passenger side door of his six month old Mustang. The wound … Continue reading

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Perspective- In Three Brief Chapters

  1. It only took a matter of seconds. Owen sat behind the wheel, staring straight ahead. He was still not sure how how got talked into this. Out of the corner of his eye came a flash.   No … Continue reading

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Thanks, not rights

As we approach the season of Thanksgiving I’m left to wonder, what useful purpose does it serve to give thanks? How does giving thanks advance our cause or serve in self-actualization? As we collectively morph into a society where individuals … Continue reading

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