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Those puppets, well, they are at it again. They are always nattering on and on, sometimes up to no good, sometimes up to good, scheming with the best of intentions and the worst at times – and discussing things that … Continue reading
It’s about 3 a.m., the wind is blowing fiercely outside. I can hear the ocean from here – even though it is across the street. The waves are crashing on the sea wall. It is a comforting moment to feel … Continue reading