Ingenious Insight for the Foolishly Unaware

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iUniverse, Nov 13, 2007 - Fiction
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The various thoughts and stories from this beautiful mind are truly gratifying. You'll want more and more, although you won't know why. For example:

It started with one little house. Then we added a fence around the house. Then we built another house, and another and another. Soon it became Popsicle Stick Village. But after the rebellion, the entire town was left in pieces. Little, sticky, pieces.

I knew my Grandfather always enjoyed a good glass of wine. But often times I'd offer to get him a glass of scotch instead. But he'd always say no because he knew Grandma would get mad if he accepted. Today, when I think about him up in Heaven, I can picture him with a glass of scotch in his hand and that makes me feel good. When I told my Grandmother about this she said he's going to be in big trouble when she gets there.

A "mature situation" is something we look forward to as kids, but avoid at all costs as adults. You may think there's some kind of irony there, but you probably just have some growing up to do.

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