“Don’t sleep and ride”, Mama warned. What did she know?
Something about rain and dirt paths, Joe realized, when he awoke in a mud pit. (135)
Hold That Pose
Mama had been right about getting stuck in this position. Right about the crossed eye thing too. (114)
Sit and Doze
“Someday you’ll appreciate home.”
Right again, Joe reflected. Minus food and housing, he attempted to hibernate on his bike. (123)
Remember! Mama Knows Best
I am breaking a lot of hearts.
How do I know? Every time I open my Yahoo mail, I am bombarded by pictures of smiling young men who can’t wait to date an old lady. eHarmony says they are compatible and serious about marriage. Do they realize that is oxymoronic? I’m even offered free online dating. No, not even, if you paid me!
What happened to targeted marketing? After studying my browsing habits, they’ve concluded I’m interested in the singles scene? Their code needs some serious revisions.
Apologies to all those rejected young men, but Grandma isn’t interested.
Not on a Sunday. Not ever.
How low can you go?
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Sandy Thomas knew her parents were crazy, when they decided to adopt. Not a baby, but a thirteen-year-old girl, just one year younger than herself. Sandy dislikes everything about mousy Rose, who sleeps hugging a grungy teddy bear. She can’t ride a bike, can’t swim and has never skied. She seems content to stay at home, wearing frilly pink dresses and doing needlework with her mother. Even worse, Sandy suspects that Rose is the daughter her mother always wanted.
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