Monthly Archives: June 2017

Civil War Transcendence, part 361

  The Colonel looked at me expectantly. “Sir, why don’t ya collect tha town council together, which would consist of tha Mayor, tha clergy, and tha newspaper editor, and tell ‘em they’ll need to get an election implemented for a … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 360

  My gaze drifted to another occupier of the tent. Major Mosby sat in a chair at a table in the middle of the tent. He hadn’t stood up when I made my abrupt entrance, but he looked at me … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 359

  I went back in our hotel room and closed the door.  I stood facing the door for a few seconds and listened to make sure the troopers began the disposal of the bodies from the hallway. When I was … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 358

She was pointing at my left arm. I could see that blood had stained the night shirt sleeve from the middle of my upper left arm to the elbow.  I guess she had grabbed my wounded appendage when she flew … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 357

  I had started up the stairs in front of Daphne, but looked back at her and extended my had as we climbed toward our room. She smiled demurely and put her hand in mine. I gently pulled her upward … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 356

As we rode around the block to the hotel, I leaned close to Daphne’s ear and whispered, “That money that ya have in tha trust is yars.  Just because we got married doesn’t entitle me to it, no matter what … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 355

  We climbed into the carriage and entwined arms as the first wedding attendees began pelting us with rice. John Lee flicked the horses’ reins and we were off to the hotel reception. On the way I looked at Daphne … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 354

  I have to admit, I don’t remember too much of the service. I was in a daze and thought I must be hallucinating due to all the wonderful things that had happened in the last twenty-four hours and were … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 353

  A groom always looks at the altar to see if the bride is located there. Of course, I did, and sure enough, she wasn’t. Brides deserve the chance of making a grand entrance, and Daphne was not to be … Continue reading

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