Monthly Archives: October 2011

Last Episode

George moved down to the next tombstone and began brushing. “This one is easy: Thomas Smith—Feb 8 1888 Advertisements

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Saturday

George stepped over three graves and then stood on the grave Joanne was working on. “Get off the grave. You are standing right on their head. Extremely bad cemetery manners. Mrs. Jones would be highly upset if she saw you … Continue reading

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Episode 5 Friday

Joanne spun around with her nose in the air and carefully walked back to her tombstone. Kneeling down on the edge of the grave she began brushing the limestone. George stepped over three graves to get to the next uncleaned … Continue reading

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Episode 4 Thursday

We can remedy that.” Joanne leaned back, her knees on the edge of William T, her face forming a perplexed frown. “What do you mean? How can we remedy his loneliness.” George quickly looked around the empty graveyard again. He … Continue reading

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Episode 3 Wednesday

All people are buried facing the East.” “Why is that?” “I think it’s so they can see the rising of the sun on Judgment Day.” Joanne walked around the graves in a wide detour, being very careful to not even … Continue reading

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Episode 2 Tuesday

George picked up his dry scrub brush and scrubbed hard for thirty seconds. “I’m going to make a tracing. Will you help hold the paper? I think I have it clean enough to be able to read a tracing.” Joanne … Continue reading

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Episode 1 Monday

This was written as a writing assignment for the First Saturday Writers around the word, Weathering. George used his shirt sleeve to rub the tombstone. He moved closer and put his knees against the front of the stone. He shook … Continue reading

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