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Holly watched in pained amusement as Aaron gyrated in front of the bench on his side of the slushy, snowy path. If she had to guess, she would have said that her best friend thought he was dancing, but it … Continue reading
They sat in silence on their benches on opposite sides of the path down by the river. It was cold. Fourteen degrees by Holly’s last check of the temperature. She didn’t like the quiet, but she could tell by Aaron’s … Continue reading
Holly pounded her boots against the blacktop to both shake off the snow, and to get the circulation going in her feet. It was bitterly cold along the river, and the six inches of snow did absolutely nothing to make … Continue reading