OF PRINCIPALITIES AND POWERS - “If Sand Can Glow in the Dark”

(02/20/2016)

By Tony Russell
taorivertony@gmail.com

We were about ready to get started with our book group when the doorbell rang again. “Pardon me,” I told the others, and hurried to the door. When I opened it, I stood there for a minute, unable to recognize the person standing there.

“Well, aren’t you going to let me in?” came a plaintive voice.

“Liz!” I exclaimed. “I couldn’t figure out who you were! What’s with the dark glasses and the head scarf and turned-up collar? Are you on the lam from the cops?”

“It’s not funny,” she said, as I took her coat and hung it up. “How would you feel if you were a Republican nowadays?”

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