Midnyte Madness (Part One Chapter 5)

Merry in the Dog House

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THE day that my mother got married was also the day that I thought I’d be free of my “important duty”. Their wedding was very simple: it was held at the local civil registry office, and the basic ceremony was performed by the lady civil registrar.

My mother wore an ankle-length chiffon beige dress that she made herself. Barry wore an…

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Josephine Crispin

Josephine Crispin

Published author, editor, storyteller; 200+ of her books were published conventionally with some on pinoypub.ph; two are self-published on Amazon KDP

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