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December 15, 2008


Wylie Kinson

For her sake, I hope it worked out, but I'm afraid I agree with your instincts.


What a sad and poignant story. I suppose you were right -- it just seems inevitable.


How very pessimistic of you. Hope you were wrong. And if you were right, then I'm sure she found someone to comfort her quite quickly. ;)


Nick! Write the book. It's a great beginning to a story.

"But ever since then I have wondered how he reacted when she showed up at his door."

Write the book.


So Dad, are you insinuating with the comment 'It is a fact of life that activities at home and abroad seldom bear any relation to each other and should always be kept separate.' that it's ok to cheat, as long as you're in different post codes??

I hope you were wrong with your pessimistic view and then when she showed up at his door, he swept her up in his arms and showered her with kisses. Maybe that's just the romantic in me!

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