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  1. Seamus took a deep breath as Matt came to him. His closeness was welcoming but did little to calm the anxiousness coursing through his veins. Matt cupped his face, then ran his hands down until they were on his chest. The touch was infinitely better than the close proximity. Matt waited until Seamus looked at him before he spoke. “What’s not good?” “Mike is suing me.” “Suing you? What the fuck for?” Seamus pulled out a chair and dropped into it. “Honestly, I don’t fucking know. Defamations?” “Defamation? It’s not like you’ve plastered it on a billboard, you’ve only tal
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  2. Four Years Later - Mexico - Annual Bro Trip **** “Dad! Dad! Daaaaaaad!” Aidan shouted from the pool. All the waving and yelling would’ve sent the kid straight to the bottom if Kase wasn’t standing there, making sure he stayed on his back. Aidan wouldn’t stop hollering until Seamus acknowledged him, so Seamus paused his conversation with Will and Scott and waved. It doesn’t matter how many times a parent says ‘can’t you see I’m talking?’. Yes, they can see you. No, they don’t care. At some point it becomes easier to just give the kid what he wants. Seamus grinned at Aidan’s
    107 points
  3. “I know, I’m sad too,” Matt said as he carried Aidan to the apartment. The kid had been quiet on the ride home. He was usually pretty noisy, having something to say about everything. As Matt carried him, Aidan laid his head on his shoulder and stared into nothing. Matt recognized the pathetic look on Aidan’s face. It mirrored his own. “You have to remember that Moose was having a bad day. You weren’t there when Mike surprise attacked him at the office like a little bitch. I’ll spare you the details. But it didn’t end there. Then he got a call that you were being rushed to the ER,” Matt explain
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  4. “The guy’s here to pick up the couch,” Kase yelled across the apartment as he shifted Aidan from one hip to the other. He wasn’t really into the whole packing Matt’s apartment thing but he was nailing the keeping Aidan occupied and out of Matt’s way. Each had their own value. Hilary rushed to the door and met the guy who’d responded first to the ad. Matt was just going to donate everything but Hilary told him in no uncertain terms that he would do no such thing. She then proceeded to take pictures and post everything on various neighborhood apps. She brought the guy in and showed him the
    102 points
  5. Day Two Matt walked into the living room to find Aidan naked from the waist down, something he hadn’t been just five minutes ago. His diaper was on the other side of the room with a giant turd in it. Matt rushed to Aidan, barely slowing down as he hooked the kid under the armpits and whisked him off to the bathroom. The mess wasn’t too bad. It had mostly stayed in the diaper, but he got a bath anyway. This was the third time he’d ripped his diaper off and Matt was already tired of it. Matt: Help. Aidan keeps taking off his diaper! What do I do?????? Seamus: Make sure he’s w
    92 points
  6. The cadets would never see those hats again. Why bother retrieving them when they were not be part of any uniform they would wear in the Air Force? Pandemonium ensued. While graduates hugged and sought out friends and family, a mass of children swarmed the field to collect the discarded caps. “Look, Uncle Ritch. I got one.” Liebe proudly held her prize out for her uncle. “That’s awesome, munchkin. Did you go out there by yourself?” “Nah, mate.” Owen held the delighted girl in his arms. “An older kid went out with her and Joel’s nephew, and CJ walked behind them to make sure
    78 points
  7. “I hate shaving. I’m considering converting.” Joel looked funny with blood soaked pieces of toilet paper stuck to his face where he had nicked himself. “You need something better than those cheap-ass, disposable shavers, bro.” Ritch and the others in The Wing had allowed their beards to grow while in California. The day before returning to the Academy, all had taken a trimmer to their facial hair, before using a blade to scrape away the remaining stubble. Joel’s complaint was not new. “And what would you convert to anyway?” The Air Force prohibited beards except for medical reasons
    72 points
  8. “Brandon, it’s been a pleasure working with you. Those other Yanks sure took off in a hurry when they were told to head for Sydney. They didn’t even offer to give you a lift.” Joe rested his hand on the smaller guy’s shoulder. “It feels like I’ve known you a hell of a lot longer than I have. And I hope I get to see you again. Just not around a fuckin’ fire.” “Wouldn’t want to ride with them anyways.” Brandon respectfully dipped his head at the small pack’s leader. “I’m a Mutt, and I only ride with my crew.” Joe pulled out his pocket knife and carefully cut the threads holding the Rur
    68 points
  9. It took a few days but Pat came back to me one morning while I was working on an old Toyota's exhaust. “Hey,” he said. “Uh, we still mad at that person?” I looked at him seriously. “Yes, we are.” He rubbed his chin. “Okay, so. I was down at the pub, and this guy I know...well, know is kind of strong, but we're acquaintances I guess you'd say.” “Yeah.” “So he works over at this place on Creek Road, right? A dealer went out and this guy bought the building thinking it looks all big and official, so he could run a used car lot from it – guaranteed money, ri
    68 points
  10. "No, we don't have a problem with gay people," Harry's dad said. Hurriedly taking out his earbuds, Harry leaned forward, suddenly interested in the conversation between the salt and pepper guy at the window and his dad behind the wheel. "All right then." The man pointed. "Your cabin is down the lane here, number five, just past the tip of the loop." "Thank you, sir." His dad shook the guy's hand. "I'm Dan, this is my wife Laura," he jerked a thumb over his shoulder, "and our son, Harry." "I'm Clay." The pleasant man dipped his head and smiled at the occupants of the car.
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  11. “I can’t believe how clear everything’s today.” Brandon and Dainen left Toto’s Café and walked through Taylor Square towards Oxford Street. “Is there a tunnel under us? I’m hearing traffic.” “Yeah, the M1’s down there.” Looking up, Dainen smiled. “The rain cleared the remaining smoke out. Seems like forever since the sky was blue.” “So where are we going first?” “It’s a surprise. But I think you’ll like it. I’m glad we’re on foot. This is Oxford Street, which you saw a little of last night.” “With that rainbow painted building and flags everywhere,” Brandon winked, “I’d nev
    65 points
  12. After a few hours at the school, Luca and I had lunch, and then we decided to head back to our apartment. I put my phone on the bed and turned the speaker on to call my mom. I figured I should go through all the clothes I'd brought with me and make some space for Benji's stuff – he sure as hell was going to be spending some nights here. “Ryan? Where are you?” my mother asked, voice tight. “At my apartment,” I said, voice feeling strained. “Luca and I moved in. Didn't dad tell you?” “Well he...Ryan, this is a rash decision. Why don't we talk about it?” I shrugged
    64 points
  13. “Wow, this is a great view, Dain.” Brandon looked across the bay from the Royal Botanical Gardens towards the Sydney Opera House with the Harbour Bridge behind it. “I can’t believe I was on top of that yesterday.” “I don’t know how you did that. No way anyone will ever get me that far up in the air.” Dainen reached for Brandon’s phone. “Give me that. I’ll take your picture.” “Fine, but I want one with both of us too.” He spotted an older couple walking past and approached them. “Excuse me. Would it be possible for one of you to snap a picture of me and my friend?” The man pointe
    63 points
  14. His. I’m his! A euphoric sensation flooded Kaplan’s chest. Staring into the shiny emerald eyes gave him a sense of worth. Cyrus wants me to be his! The lycan scoured the half-naked man atop of him. He’s so much bigger than me! Power and authority just oozes from his body. Reaching up, he put a hand on the white tattooed bicep. He watched the green eyes glow brighter as their skin made contact, “Cy?” Hearing his name forced a low rumble to echo in the panda’s chest. My bear, what do we do here? I can smell the arousal pouring from Kaplan! Don’t know. Want play? I want to, but I’
    63 points
  15. March 26, 1801 The Winter Palace St. Petersburg, Russia Granger slid off the Tsar’s big cock and allowed himself to collapse on the bed next to this man who was proving to be a most excellent lover. They lay there, panting from their exertions for a few minutes, just enjoying the afterglow. Granger felt the Tsar tense up, so Granger moved over onto his side so he could smile at him, a gesture which the Tsar returned weakly. “You do not seem happy. You did not enjoy yourself?” “I enjoyed myself,” he said. “Good,” Granger replied. “So did I.”
    63 points
  16. Wednesday morning was a glorious clusterfuck. I've never seen Benji before his coffee, and it was fucking hilarious. His hair was sticking up, his eyes were blinking like the idea of light was a new thing and he seemed to have no real sense of depth perception. It was adorable and hilarious wrapped up in one. I got him to the shower and woke him up before bringing him back to his apartment. “No more sleepovers until you have a coffee machine,” he grumbled. “I'll get one today after work,” I promised. He made us coffee and Gwen wandered out from the bathroom where she'd
    62 points
  17. Jett Anderson pulled his SUV into the wide driveway in front of his home. A loud thumping started from the backseat. Jett smiled and grabbed his duffle bag off the passenger seat and stepped out into the cooling late September evening air. He opened the rear door and was greeted with a soft ‘woof’ and more thumping of a rather enthusiastic tail against the leather seat. He hooked the leash to the big German Shepherd’s collar and said “C’mon Bruce.” The dog jumped down gracefully and stuck by Jett’s side as they made their way along the walkway to the front door. The leash wasn’t really n
    59 points
  18. Kyle’s arm snaked out from under his covers to smack at his phone as he tried to shut off his alarm. It was a task made more difficult by a big furry face with a wet nose trying to lick his arm. “Rosie, back!” Kyle commanded. Rosie, a mostly Golden Retriever with a little Irish Setter mixed in, let her tongue hang out of the side of her mouth and backed up a couple of steps before sitting down, her tail swishing back and forth behind her. “Good girl.” He stretched and threw the covers back and reached out to scratch Rosie’s head. Standing up he padded across the room and into his ba
    56 points
  19. Tierney, Kaplan, and Dirk walked from their parking spot a few blocks from Cyrus' condo. Over the years, he became accustomed to the bear's preference of nabbing an opening when possible. Still, we passed a few options for closer parking. Upon reaching the destination, the trio found Wagner waiting in the lobby. "Alex." With passing humans nearby, the lower-ranked lycan discreetly bared his neck, "Sirs. If I may ask, was there a reason my charges weren't mentioned?" The council looked to their leader in anticipation. Sighing, Tierney shook his head, "That's why we're here to meet Cyr
    55 points
  20. Vincent was jostled awake. What in Dinbe’s name was that? He craned his neck and saw Mason squirming. Prepared to rise and assist his mate, Vincent halted as the larger man sighed and resumed his peaceful slumber. Rolling his eyes, he dipped into the shadows to leave the bed and reemerged in the kitchen. From the oven’s digital clock, it was quarter after three in the morning. He grabbed a bottle of water from the fridge and sipped. I must have fallen asleep early. I’m pretty energized! Using his magic, Vincent revisited the bedroom and retrieved his phone. Making a pit-stop, he grabbed
    55 points
  21. Since Grandad’s funeral, I have been so busy with learning to run the farm I have not had much time for anything else. The family farm consists of just 1,184 acres, of good pasture country, in the great southern region of Western Australia, with about 4 kilometres of river frontage of the Hay River. It is located 48 kilometres west of the City of Albany and 26 kilometres from the town of Denmark, and just 12 kilometres from the community of Youngs Siding, which is where I do my fortnightly shopping and collect my mail. My late father, had decided to not follow hi his father’s footsteps to
    54 points
  22. We made the rest of the trip back to his house talking idly about what needed to be moved on Monday. I was yawning and crashed pretty quickly in the spare room. I peeled off my clothes until I was down to my underwear and slid beneath the covers. I pulled my phone out and called Benji. “Hey. How are you holding up, babe?” he asked. “I'm good,” I said. I told him my theory on how my parents and I needed the break and so forth. I told him how Annie'd already had my mom too pissed off to form individual words by the time I'd gotten home. We talked a little, but I was yawning, so h
    53 points
  23. "I've always suspected, you know." The words fell from lips that barely moved, spoken as if through tremendous effort. She stood just inside the doorway and drew in a deep drag, the tip of her cigarette glowing red. Smoke flowed from her mouth to gather in a pool on the bedroom ceiling, and she stared up at it. She completely ignored Eric as he scrambled from the room, still pulling on his pants. She'd known. Of course, she'd known. Joe sat up in bed, clutching the sheet covering his lower half. "Lorena, I—" She stopped him with a glare. Pain, anger, and disappointment burned in
    52 points
  24. “That would be great thanks Loretta, but can we make it 10 am, so I can get all the main chores done, and the milking shed cleaned, and I tidied up?” I asked, “Yes certainly, that is fine with me, I will see you then, bye,” Loretta said before she hung up the phone. “While I was milking the cows that evening, I heard a vehicle arrive, but I kept going with the work, and moments later, Malcolm and Loretta appeared. “Hello, what brings you folk out this way this evening?” I asked my visitors. “Two reasons, Malcolm mentioned that you have milking cows and I was wondering if we could buy
    52 points
  25. Kyle felt like the walls were closing in on him. What the fuck was he supposed to do now? He looked at Jett and immediately Jett came over and sat next to him, wrapping his arms around him as he started to shake. The repercussions of Kim’s bomb were going to be felt for a long time, he just knew it. As the thoughts in his brain ran amok, there was one thing that stood out. “How did you know I was adopted? I never told you and I just recently told Jett.” “Jett didn’t say anything to me, in case you were wondering. You mentioned your birthday in one of our conversations. That and also
    50 points
  26. Walking into the Staff Dining Room, I noticed a large table with all of the Directors sitting and Arlene at the head. She called the meeting to order, the minutes of the last meeting were read. New business and I knew this is where the bad news would be. I was sitting at the foot of the table facing Arlene. She opened the floor for new business, but before anyone could say anything, there was a knock on the door. Ambassador Damon was there as well as several other parents. I noticed the Ambassador had a pin on his jacket. Arlene became nervous but she invited the parents to sit down. Unde
    50 points
  27. I decided it was time I audit a few classes. I picked one of the classes where one of the students wasn’t doing well. I needed to have further insight into the teaching methods used as well as student participation. “Hello Mr. Anderson, I’d like your permission to audit your class. I believe you have James van Cees in your class.” “Yes, I do. It would be a pleasure to have you audit my class.” “Maybe audit is too strong of a word, I want to focus on Mr. Cees while you teach.” I went and got one of my books from the car, I’d give it to Mr. Anderson for allowing me to audit his cl
    50 points
  28. Backing the vehicle up to the tree, I climbed on the back with one of my new field motion cameras, and I put the strap around the trunk at about 3.5 metres off the ground, and after attaching the camera to the strap, I altered the direction slightly so it is pointing directly towards the gate, before activating it. Pulling out my phone, I connected with the camera, and marked it as front gate, and I was able to clearly see the front gate from my phone. Happy that I had can now monitor the front gate, I had Jack jump into the vehicle, and we drove back to the house and along a track that r
    50 points
  29. I watched as he looked over the data, “The data we’ve collected is enough for me to prescribe a machine. There’s a medical supply store at this address, if you go there they can give you a machine that’ll do the trick. You’ll need to take the child there to have him fitted with a mask and breathing tube. I could call this in and then you can do everything in one stop.” “That would be great, I appreciate you doing this.” He went to call in the prescription, while he was gone I took Ralph’s hand while I watched the various meters. I’m not a doctor, but I saw the air pressure slightly c
    49 points
  30. “Doc, the machines are here for the cafeteria.” “Could you show them where to place them? Jane, what’s up.” “There is a going away party for Arlene this Friday, do you want to contribute to a gift?” “Sure, here is 20, make sure my name is not mentioned.” “They are going to have it in the Staff Dining Room.” “Good, they can say goodbye to that room because when they leave, the room will be locked while they remodel that area.” “You are going to have them all eat in the cafeteria?” “Yep” I saw the smile as she left. “Doc, the pizzas are here.” I walke
    49 points
  31. I couldn’t help to smile. I felt sorry for Arlene when I interview I thought she was a very nice person, a little formal, but she was one of the leaders of the school. “I hope she’s able to adjust to the changes that’ll be coming. “We should have the medals next week.” “I need a cup of coffee. Have you checked about the snacks for the boys in the cafeteria?” “Yes, they said they may need additional help.” “Who prepares the meals for the Staff Room?” “We need to ask Jane.” “Let’s do that. I may have just found the extra help.” “Walking past Arlene’s office, Ja
    49 points
  32. That evening at home, Billy asked me how the day went. I knew he was referring to the test we talked about last night. “His father came to the school I think with the intent of taking him home. I let him take and finish the test under the monitoring of the teacher who gave him the test. He had perfect answers, the teacher agreed to change his score.” “Something else is bothering you?” “When did you get so perceptive. The Board is meeting Monday. I think they'll ask me to resign.” “Why, that’s crazy?” “Well, you know I can be a little crazy as well. In the short time I have
    49 points
  33. I had bought a telephone system that has two portable phones with rechargers, so that I had the main phone in the office, one portable phone in the kitchen, and I took one out to the shed’s maintenance area, and I was pleased that the coverage was still good from the house. I had bought a dozen six packs of beer while in Albany, and I handed a pack over to each of the men who helped me today, and thanked them very much for their great help. When they had all gone with just Loretta and Malcolm left, I handed over a six pack of beer to them. “We have a little house warming gift for you
    49 points
  34. I checked the calendar, Easter was coming up fast and I wasn’t sure what the school did for that holiday. So guess where I went to find out, Jane. I took my small suitcase and went to my room, and then went to the training center to see Jane. “How was your weekend?” “It was very relaxing. I think I’ll like this job. Tell me, what is this adjustment in salaries everyone got. We were all very surprised.” “I’ll tell you but please don’t tell anyone else.” I knew she’d tell and that was ok, “When I compared the salaries of the staff and secretaries with the national averages, we wer
    48 points
  35. Lunch was great, it was an American dinner. I encouraged the kids to go back for seconds, and I noticed the staff did as well. I don’t think these kids act any different than any child who is away from home at a boarding school. I noticed the boy who I ate with was at the Knights table, when he saw me looking at him he smiled. Ralph came over and asked me if I liked the cookies. He handed me a sheet of paper and it was the recipe. I smiled and hugged him. I noticed his roommate smiling as well. Dad finished his audit the Friday before I had to leave for the trustee meetings. I took his re
    48 points
  36. I walked into the kitchen, everyone was looking at me. “Your Chef won’t be coming back, he’s on leave. I’m generally an easy-going guy, but everything I do is for the welfare of the students who are put in my charge. For you who have children or grandchildren, ask yourselves, would you want your family to eat from the condition of this kitchen. The floor is filthy, I’m surprised we don’t have rats or cockroaches running all over. Your clothes are stained with food, your hands probably haven’t been washed since you started today. How many of you would handle chicken with your bare hands and the
    48 points
  37. Kyle checked his face in his rearview mirror. He and Jett had decided to take advantage of the weather and squeeze in a barbeque before it got too cold to eat outside. The weekend weather turned out to be a perfect. A cold front that had been expected stalled a few hundred miles north and the temperatures climbed to the upper 70s with little to no breeze. Indian Summer weather, probably the last really warm temperatures that they would see until next spring. Jett had invited him and Rosie over and mentioned that his neighbor Kim might join them for dinner. Kyle’s week had been busy. Jett
    48 points
  38. I smiled and as we entered the cafeteria, I was met by James and Jane. they wanted to know what happened. I told them nothing yet, the Board needed time to deliberate. James looked at me and pinned a Knight’s pin on my jacket. “Should I give one to the teachers, they are asking if they can have one?” “Tell them to ask at the Square Table tomorrow. It is up to the Knights who they let into their group.” The Ambassador looked at me, “They need to learn to make decisions.” Laughing, we went for our coffee. While sitting at a table, two of the boys came up to me, “Sir. we were
    48 points
  39. I spent the weekend marking trails for running, did some clearing around the cabin, took the kids fishing, and bought a boat for the lake. As soon as the boat was in the water, Scotty was ready to go fishing. He sat in the front and had his line in the water before we even got the boat away from the beach. I didn’t bait my hook but made sure the boys were baited. Billy caught the first fish, a nice bass. I wanted to see Scotty catch a fish, I wasn’t disappointed as he started to yell, “Help”. Billy helped him pull in a very large bass. We had to take pictures and he wanted to go and show his m
    48 points
  40. “I have no idea where that is, so how close is it to my farm?” I asked, “That we do not know at the moment, we just have to wait till they get some aircraft in the air to assess it, we will have to wait,” Malcolm replied. “Well once I have done the milking and feeding, I am going to jump into my tractor and with the harrows that I found, I am going to grade all of my northern boundary fences,” I commented. “That is a very good idea. How about you leave the milking to me, and you can get onto that right away, and I am sure my husband here is capable of cleaning gutters,” Loretta said
    48 points
  41. Going to bed a little earlier than usual, I soon fell asleep to the sounds of the rain on the roof, but was woken suddenly by the sound of the crack of thunder, and the wining sounds coming from Jack. I called him to jump up onto the bed and he settled down with his back against mine, and I was soon fast asleep again. The start of a new week was no different than any other day of the week on the farm, milking and feeding the animals, breakfast for Jack and me, then plenty of other farm jobs. Firstly, I went over to the corner block, to check the small back yard behind the cottage, and tid
    48 points
  42. When I stopped at the diner, I didn’t even get out of the car when he was opening the door. “How did you get here?” “I ran. I’m sweaty and Ann didn’t want to see me. She said I stink.” “Women just don’t understand. How long did it take you to run here?” “I don’t know I didn’t time it. Tomorrow I’ll time it. How was school?” “Interesting, Johnny said hi. I gave him your address so he could keep in contact. When you’re out of school and come to the cabin, he can visit.” I envy Bill and Jen, I can’t wait to have my children. I hope they turn out as well as Billy and Scot
    48 points
  43. I followed Jane down some steps which led to a cafeteria that faced the back lawns. It was a nice view as there were several gardens one could walkthrough. Taking a tray I followed Jane through the line. I noticed they had a fresh-looking salad bowl which I took along with a small dish of fresh fruit. It was obvious I was the first staff that ate in that cafeteria. Every student's eyes followed us as we headed to a table. When we were ready to sit down, one of the students came to the table, “Sir, we’d like for you to join us.” I looked at Jane and we headed to his table. “Thank you for y
    48 points
  44. The interview began as I’d expect but didn’t end as I expected. Dr. McMillian appeared not to have expected me. His questions didn’t have anything to do with my teaching. I was confused. As I started to ask my questions, he began to get a little nervous and kept looking at his watch. “Dr. McMillian, if you have another appointment, I can leave. Perhaps there’s a better time to finish the interview.” He looked at me as if to say what are you talking about. “Yes, I do have another appointment and maybe it would be best we continue this discussion at a later date.” I stood up, shook his
    48 points
  45. “Dad, have you ever thought of getting a cabin-like your friends? It would be a great place to relax. I will even help you if you make sure I had my own bedroom.” “Your mother and I have talked about it. We weren’t sure if we wanted a place by the shore or in the mountains. Each has its advantage. If you had a choice which would you want?” “That’s a hard decision, these last two weeks at the ashore were nice but the mountains would be nice as well if there was a lake nearby. I like to run and then cool off in the water with a few laps.” “Dad looked at Mom and just smiled. Later
    48 points
  46. Monday morning came too fast. I did get to run before leaving for school. It was amusing to see some of the students who were walking back from the running track, stopping and waving. I smiled and beeped my horn. When I got out of the car, Ralph was waiting for me. “How did you sleep this weekend?” “I had the best sleep ever, I sent a letter to my parents and they sent a letter for you from them.” He handed me a sealed envelope. “They also sent some cookies, I have some for you. Our cook made a package of our traditional cookies and I’ll bring them to you at dinner time if that is ok sir?
    47 points
  47. Rather than have lunch, we headed out to take pictures. We found the school, took a face picture, and then climbed to the top and took a picture of the back. We smiled, “I need to get these developed and maybe we can grab some fish and chips or onion pie.” Onion pie, that has to be interesting. We dropped the film off to be developed and blown up for presentation. While that was happening, we stopped at a pub, I had some kind of orange drink, non-alcoholic, and onion pie. He had steak and kidney pie, smelled good but none for me. The onion pie was good and it was baked onions in a pie she
    47 points
  48. I had a few ideas about the farm that I wanted to discuss with Malcolm, so I headed into town with Jack coming with me, and he even followed me out of the vehicle once I had parked, and I decided to let him come with me into Malcolm’s office. “Hello Mitch, and you brought Jack with you too, my how he has grown in such a short time,” Malcolm said when he saw us enter the outer office, and indicated for us to follow him. I want to be able to diversify a bit so as to be able to cope with any downwards trends in farming. I know that cattle prices can often drop down low, and so I want to
    47 points
  49. Back in my office, I began to review the records of the remaining boys that I hadn’t review yesterday. My secretary was scheduled to begin tomorrow morning. The small office which would be occupied by the secretary was a little smaller than Jane’s. Jane gave me a catalog to order office equipment for the office. Before I did that, I wanted to discuss it with James. The afternoon passed quickly. I sorted the students into several piles, one by age or grade, then subject, which they excelled or weren’t excelling, and finally by subject matter. Tomorrow I’d delve further into these piles to
    47 points
  50. “The drive wasn’t bad and soon dad showed me where to pull off for the road to the motel. We checked in, took two rooms for the night. It was still early considering what time we left home, I was anxious to see this cabin so I convinced them we should drive to the cabin. After driving about 30 minutes dad directed me to a country road that soon turned into a dirt road paved with gravel. As I turned the corner, there was the cabin. I slowed the car down, looked at dad and he had a big smile on his face. The cabin was a two-story log cabin facing a lake. Our nearest neighbor was across the
    47 points
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