Category: First Person
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I could see flames approaching from the east & south and my daughter whispered, “I love you, Mommy,” and my heart broke in a million pieces…
Like the lobsters once were on the beaches, wild blueberries in Downeast Maine are everywhere, found on roadsides and driveways and in untended fields.
The following story is humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence could, in fact, use his fingers to count to ten, were it necessary.
The following story humorous: As far as we know Mike Pence can not, in fact, whistle loudly without using his fingers.
The following story is meant to be humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence did not, in fact, foil a Jesuit conspiracy.
The following story is meant to be humorous. The real-life Mike Pence is not, in fact, an expert in 19th Century whaling techniques
The following is not intended to represent the real-life Mike Pence. As far as we know has not, in fact, nearly soiled himself in the Maine Wilderness.
The following story is meant to be humorous. As far as we know he has never, in fact, dressed as a woman. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.