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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Dr. Freud, We Have A Problem
There are few things that warm the cockles more than watching a young child play with her dollies. Unless of course she’s me. A dolly placed in my hot little hands was immediately stripped of her worldly possessions. That’s right, … Continue reading
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In War There Is No Substitute For Cleavage
Some talented writer friends of mine, Jason C. McIntyre and Julie C. Gardner (that’s correct, I’m only friends with writers whose middle names begin with a C) cajoled me into posting this story. Quite the departure from my dark tale Edwina, … Continue reading