and let the chassis down. The beam creaked and sagged but the engine held
he’d continue his paper route plus be available for any odd jobs that might come his way – replacing someone’s brakes or painting a living room. He’d work for money or barter. On at least one occasion
managed to be among the privileged few who got to perform that rare
costume in hand
we decided to do something about that situation. After a week or so of plotting
we were slightly edgy about the Valentines
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