Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Odd Job Man by Dominic McCarthy

He stared at us, a face contorted with the pain and confusion of sudden death. Perry Smith’s young life had ended Advertisements

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HATS BY Beth Louden

I’m just waiting for the bride to arrive. Because I am old and well dressed, people who see me assume I am a wedding guest, but I’m not.

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FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. BY PAT JEROME

According to our roving reporter some strange things are happening in Higham. Ghosts in the graveyard, bats in the belfry. Even bulls running amuck everywhere.

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AT THE HAIRDRESSERS By. P. Jerome

I am doing what I have done for a while now, just drifting around, not being very helpful, Or so I was always told, not my words.

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Judy Moody, Strood

Dear Auntie Pen, I have been happily married for nearly forty years, and every night we have a cup of cocoa and two ginger biscuits before bed.

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From DORA DONKEYDROPS

Dear Auntie Pen, My husband went to the pub last week and came home with a camel he had won in their raffle.

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BUBBLES GOLIGHTLY

Dear Auntie Pen, Yesterday I came home from work early with a headache and found my husband in our bedroom with the dustman and the butcher.

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