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Thanks to Vijaya Sundaram for this week’s spirited photo. Happy Labor Day to those who are celebrating!
(Humor: 99 words)
“You don’t actually see them. It’s more of a feeling.”
“I know,” Anna said.
His tongue felt like a lizard tail in her mouth and so she heaved her hot dogs.
They didn’t attempt another fireworks session until the following weekend when Tommy arrived smeared in mud.
“You owe me,” Tommy said.
They sat on the wet grass on a torn blanket. She kissed his muddy mouth and the moon disappeared under a veil of fog.
“No big deal,” said Anna.
“Yeah, nothing compared to your vomit.”
“Tommy, something tells me we’re going about this fireworks thing all wrong.”
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