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Tradewinds 09 CH 25George sat bolt upright, wincing at the sudden, unexpected crunch of his movement on his midsection.
The last image in his mind was of a runaway carnival ride flying off its mountings, hurtling straight at him on its way to the ground. The strangled, inarticulate grunt he let out was the type he ordinarily kept a lid on, as it only seemed to encourage people to think he was retarded. It took him a moment to catch his breath, that lunatic musical collage still ringing in his ears as he stumbled away from the couch he only vaguely remembered falling asleep on in the first place.
Don’t let the building overwhelm you…
The custodian’s words came to mind as he halfway sat down on the couch again. Now he remembered his conversation with the custodian. Conversation… And finally figured out what was so strange about the whole thing.
Wondering if the custodian was still about, for something had snapped him awake, he glanced across t
Unfinished Business (I)Sometimes I have dreams about dreams that I had years ago. Sometimes, I also remember long-forgotten ones…
…I am driving down the road in a blue Ford Rabbit (lol, don’t ask me how all of us managed to fit in there because I have no idea), with my childhood friend Day ridin’ shotgun, and my friend Matt in the back petting a kitten that happened to be with us for no truly apparent reason.
We are driving down Lower Valley Road, south of Kalispell, to a strange clump of trees in the middle of the open fields, though we aren’t sure why.
When we enter the narrow road leading into the trees, the branches fight us every step of the way. We come out in a large clearing. In the middle of the clearing is an old school house, its faded blue paint pealing off in large sections.
The whole thing looks like it would fall down if you blew on it.
That is when Day and Matt stepped out of the car and start stumping woodenly toward the schoolhouse. At first I
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