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Class One Act

By Ryan Strohman



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Ryan Strohman at Smashwords



Class One Act

Copyright © 2012 Ryan Strohman



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I stand in the open doorway, smiling intently at the children as they play on the floor. Michael and Tyler, two peas in a pod. Born a few months apart, but inseparable since birth. Well, since daycare, I guess. Now six, they are constantly roughhousing and playing with their action figures, climbing trees, playing in the creek out back. If there is trouble to be found, they’ll find it.

Just like their fathers, I suppose.

Matt and I aren’t exactly two peas in a pod, but we’ve sure found some common ground within each other. I wouldn’t call Matt a friend though. He’s more like an associate. Someone I do business with. Someone I rely on to make deals happen, and vice versa.

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