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Friday Fictioneers 14.2.20 UNINVITED VISITOR

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  1. Thank you Neil. I didn’t plan their calmness, it just emerged of its own accord.


  2. Original story, Francine. Makes you wonder why people don’t change their combinations or locks… She is rather calm about the whole thing. And he didn’t bother to hide himself so… sounds like a win-win situation!

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  3. Nicely told, he sounds like a bit of a sad case.

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  4. Nicely rendered tale. I love the idea of the scattered papers.

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  5. That’ll teach her to change the locks and the codes 🙂

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  6. Very tempting if you still have the keys! I once went back to an ex-boyfriend’s house to get a book he’d borrowed – he never locked his back door. Did I wander around and do anything else? Not telling!

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  7. Perhaps he’s going to propose to her again! Nice one.

    Here’s mine!

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  8. Dear Francine,

    I have to wonder why the wedding ring was on the table. Intriguing story.



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  9. Seems like maybe he remarried — to a mind-altering substance. The usual suspect as a motivating factor in that kind of lame-brained activity.

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  10. Ha, for some reason this endears me to the hapless ex-husband! 🙂

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  11. I like your burgalr and the ex-wife’s calm


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