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Running Home

It was pretty much impossible not to notice Missy Price. She was breathtakingly beautiful, with a lithe runner’s body that was forever in motion.  Her long red hair made her stand out in any crowd, and heads always turned when … Continue reading

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The Devil Advocates

“Are you ready for your big interview tomorrow?” The Devil asked as he put down the Sunday newspaper to give me his full attention. As always, my guest was well-dressed in an impeccably tailored suit, the likes of which I … Continue reading

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Drive All Night

A mischievous smile slowly crept across the driver’s handsome face as he adjusted his rear view mirror to get a better look at the headlights of the eighteen wheeler as they faded in the distance. There was something about driving … Continue reading

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Running To Stand Still

It’s snowing again, Modern Philosophers, and what really bothers me about that weather update is that I’m reporting it to you on April 6. Snow on April 6? It’s just not right. Of course, it fits in just perfectly with … Continue reading

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Last Day of Vacation Blues

I couldn’t get out of my pajamas this morning, Modern Philosophers. And it wasn’t because I’d suddenly forgotten how to undress myself.  Today is the last day of my vacation, and I figured if I never changed out of my … Continue reading

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That New Life Smell

It has been a long week of adjustments at The House on the Hill, Modern Philosophers. The most obvious change, of course, being the loss of Miss Luna.  While I am heartbroken and feel like there is a giant hole … Continue reading

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A Gargoyle Never Tells

It was a perfect summer night to sit up on the roof of The House on the Hill, but my faithful Gargoyle was smart enough to know I had ulterior motives. Gary turned on his perch at the edge of … Continue reading

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