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MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE! THE CHRISTMAS KITTEN By: Paul Curran ? Christmas Eve, 11:35 pm, Thousand Oaks, California The faint but strident meowing woke me up. Lying in bed, I opened my eyes and…
The 2 large bright green, cone shaped, industrial coffee grinders sat primly on their flatbed trailers– each hanging 2 feet over each side. They measured 12 feet wide and 9 feet high – legal height but over width by four … Continue reading
Paul has eagerly volunteered to help me fill up my new Monday guest post slots. Here are two great stories in one post. Enjoy! BUREAUCRATS, BANANAS & BLUEBERRIES By: Paul Curran I exited Sealand’s huge Port Elizabeth container and break bulk … Continue reading