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This tale may not respond to the question posed, yet shares a true event.

It is also healthy and sweet. Happy endings rather than mystery and sad/bad ends are my preferred writing space.

It all began with a power wash of our stucco-sided home, followed by significant window washing post-three months of cluster-f*** construction that occurred within twelve feet of our home.… ...

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In April billygoats arrived and a famous song came to mind. High on the hill stood a lonely goatherd... The ensemble was hired by my suburban city to provide the ubiquitous fire break.

“Yodel-ayee-yodel-ayee-yodel-ay-hee-hoo!”

Everyone knew their purpose: to keep us safe from seasonal fire that might rage down on our homes from the undeveloped hill.… ...

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Today’s question/challenge for stalwart IWSG bloggers like me is: Writers have secrets! What are one or two of yours, something readers would never know from your work? https://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/p/iwsg-sign-up.html

If you tell me your secret, I’ll tell you mine…

I attended Purdue University, considered an ivy league engineering school by those not-in-the-know, which is code for anyone not born and raised in Hoosierland.… ...

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