Tag Archives: Valentine’s Day

February

One afternoon, while driving in the car, Colton asked, “Dad, why does February only have twenty-eight days?” “That’s a very good question,” replied Colton’s dad. “Bruce,” warned Dana, his wife. “What?” asked Bruce. “Inquiring minds want to know.” “Uh huh,” … Continue reading

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The Valentine’s Flag

“OMG, it’s Valentine’s Day!” exclaimed Seth. “Did you actually just said ‘OMG? I mean, that’s okay if you’re a fifteen year old girl, but dude,” replied Mike. “Focus. I’ve got a big problem here. I completely forgot,” said Seth. “There’s … Continue reading

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February Resolutions

Cal and Alicia stood in the checkout line at the drug store with a cart full of items. “Hold on, let me get this straight. You didn’t start your new year’s resolutions until February?” asked Cal. “Exactly. That takes the … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Advice

“C’mere, young man.” “Yeah, c’mon over here. Let us talk to you a minute.” Griffey, a volunteer at the Misty Valley Retirement Home, approached the two residents. “Mr. Pedersen, Mr. Sanchez, can I help you with something?” “Sit down here … Continue reading

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A Clueless Valentine

Mason counted to twenty-four. Two dozen seconds. He wanted to think. How did he get here? “Mason? Are you still there?” came the voice on the phone. “I’m here,” he said. Amanda was waiting. She called to tell Mason she … Continue reading

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