PattieBFine

Historic Annulment

Historic Annulment
 In Part Conceived by Dean Vandeusen
 

(completed in An Historic Annulment, Annulled! By PattieBFine)

 

Fifty years, fifty years ago I had proposed to her and next month we would repeat our vows in the same church in which we had said “I do”, as the our minister lead us to union. I wanted to repeat all the steps that had lead to a life time with my soul mate and lover. Age brings wisdom but at other times it is not a blessing and, neither she nor I could hike Max Patch Bald, the North Carolina Mountain on which I had proposed, but I had an idea on how I could do it all over again.

The Hidden Hazard Of Being A Stuntman 4

 

- The Hidden Hazard -

- Of Being A Stuntman -

-By-

PattieBFine

 

* Chapter Four *

-The Creation Of Annie Begins-

 

 

The Hidden Hazard Of Being A Stuntman 3

 

- The Hidden Hazard -

- Of Being A Stuntman -

-By-

 PattieBFine

 

* Chapter Three *

Meeting Of The Minds-

 Or, Danny gets Snowed!

 

The Hidden Hazard Of Being A Stuntman 2

* Chapter Two *

The Show Must Go On!

 

 

 

       “Well guys, looks like you can start packing it up.” said the production manager, Bob Wellington.

 

The Hidden Hazard Of Being A Stuntman 1

This story is of a different parallel dimension, though it's much like ours. The technical advances are of a more biological nature and the plant life looks the same but has much different and more friendly properties for the humans that live there. In this one, only some of the females even smoke at all. It's not even hazardous for them... in fact it's loaded with beneficial natural hormonal stuff! Only the wise elder women even know of the benefits of it. Such stuff when smoked makes men ill in the mornings for days... naturally, for the first week or so at least... and they leave it well enough alone, though only such women and doctors... know the why of it.

 

- The Hidden Hazard -

- Of Being A Stuntman -

-By- PattieBFine

  

*Chapter One*

Where's The Beef?

 

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