Waiting for the Mailman

Published by Paul H. Robeson at Smashwords

Copyright 2012 Paul H. Robeson

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Waiting for the Mailman


Jack looked out of his front window at the mail box that stood by the road. He squinted to see if the red arm was up or down. After trying that eye exercise he reached up to the nearby cabinet and took the binoculars down. His middle finger and thumb turned the focus knob on the old binoculars. Into focus came the back of the mail box and then in through the piece of glass that he had put into the mail box back. In the mail box compartment he could see the Postage free Reply post card that he had placed there. He wondered if he really needed a stair elevator catalog that the card would request.

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