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Tale Weaver – #237 – 22nd August – Weeds

“Are you feeling run down? Is every day a struggle for you to get through? Has ambition become little more than wishful thinking? Then you need…..” “Enough!” thought Weeds Tussock. He’d read enough, and so far, everything he read was … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #236 – 15th August – Over the Back Fence – The Wexlis’.

Patrick and Ada Wexlis lived beyond my back fence down under the old rail bridge. As kids, we had played in and under the bridge, but time had treated the remaining timbers poorly. It was a shadow of its former … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #235 – 8th August – Roller Coaster – The Death of a Father.

He was standing beside the door to the chapel when he first heard her say it. It was a fine September day, and his dad had just been laid to rest. “Grief,” she said, “It’s a real roller coaster of … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #234 – 1st August – Excitement – Cyril Rum

Cyril Rum, angel on sabbatical, loved discovering human traits. As an angel, he was appreciative of such traits but was not experienced in any of them as angels were for the most part exempt of emotion. Excitement fascinated him as … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #233 – July 25th – Darling

She wished she could have said it was across a crowded dance floor, but it was alongside a noisy netball court she had first seen him. “Darling,” she had said on more than one occasion, “I saw you with your … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #232 – July 18th – Visit – Aunty McGrandad

There was a sense of expectation and anticipation when the family heard Aunty McGrandad was coming to visit. Joey’s dad explained that Aunty McGrandad was his great-great Aunt and that he would have to expect a very old lady appearing … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #230 – Eulogy – July 4th

He was a good man. It was generally agreed. Not the brightest spark you’d find in the tinder box But he had talents. (There was a second of silence, As if the speaker was lost for further comment.) He was … Continue reading

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