I’ve Seen This Story Before

This morning was eerily familiar, and I don’t mean the election

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After I woke and took the dogs on our little jaunt down the street, I logged on to my laptop and scanned for news of the election. Then I heard my wife exclaim that the woman who’s helping us watch a four year old and two year old brother and sister had to cancel because her mother passed.

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Don Simkovich, MA

Don Simkovich, MA

Don is co-author of the Tom Stone Detective novels on Amazon and writes content for businesses. Visit www.donsimkovich.com or Don Simkovich Amazon.

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