“The nays of the family have it,” said the father as the neighs of the horses erupted in agreement. Each filly rejoiced, no suffering any pain at the glue factory today! The horses laughed, seeing the shock and disappointment on his face behind the glass pane of the kitchen window.
My husband needed help in the pasture; graciously, I offered to lend a hand. There was a massive heap of cow shit needing mucking from the stall.
I thought I forgot my wedding ring. Nope, it had fallen off. Disgusted, I slowly began to dip my hand into the pile.
The moonlit castle looked quite mysterious in the cold wind. Each step echoed on the bridge, my brain and body icy with tension. A blood-curdling scream forced me to make a full stop and re-evaluate.
I’ve made some rather poor decisions in my past; maybe this one would be another?
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