Monthly Archives: July 2016

Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 8

  I just sat at my desk, stunned, for a long time. Eventually, Peggy came in and asked if I was OK, and did I need anything. I said I was fine, although it was evident, I’m sure, that I … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 7

  It was the day before I was due to leave and I was busy in the stock room going over projections with David when Peggy came in and said that there was someone to see me and that they … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 6

So we continued in this way, with me having my job and life in Lynn, and Ruby her studies and life in Edinburgh. We would visit and stay with each other, at first often, but as time went on it … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 5

My job was all about talking to people, and I was an excellent salesman. When someone came into the store, I could sum them in just a few minutes and know the best way to deal with them. Most people … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 4

Later we were relaxing in each other’s arms, and she turned to me with the largest smile I’d seen in a long time. “You are such a bad bad boy, taking advantage of an innocent girl like that.” “I’m not … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 3

Back home after my adventure at the hotel, I began to go out in the evenings and reacquainted myself with the people of the town. I also made a list of all the contacts I could think of that might … Continue reading

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Being Tony, Chapter 11, Part 2

I’d had a few drinks by then, so I said, “This has been great, but I need to eat. Say, how would you like to join me for dinner, and we can talk semantics some more?” She agreed, and soon … Continue reading

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