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Bouncy Ball

Marshall’s auntie bought him a shiny, new, bouncy ball. We all like it. Why? Because… “We are all children at heart,” said Poirot thoughtfully. “Les Feux d’Artifices, the Party, the games with balls—yes, and even the conjuror, the man who … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves

Dear Marshall, It is March of 2011 now. I wrote the following post during the fall, which is why I’m setting the publication date to this day (chosen randomly) in October. I looked out the window at the tree limbs … Continue reading

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