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Tequila & Time: A Short Story from the Deadwood Humorous Mystery Series…

by Ann Charles

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The Purple Door SaloonDeadwood, South DakotaIn my three-plus decades of celebrating life's rainbows and dodging its shit-storms, I'd learned a valuable lesson--birthdays and underwear always went down easier with a shot of tequila.Or four. This evening was all about basking in the glow of my best friend's birthday candles and drinking to another year of breathing oxygen. Whether my underwear stayed on my hips later would be determined by a certain man with magic hands who had a tricky way of making my clothes fall off before I'd realized it.… (more)
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The Purple Door SaloonDeadwood, South DakotaIn my three-plus decades of celebrating life's rainbows and dodging its shit-storms, I'd learned a valuable lesson--birthdays and underwear always went down easier with a shot of tequila.Or four. This evening was all about basking in the glow of my best friend's birthday candles and drinking to another year of breathing oxygen. Whether my underwear stayed on my hips later would be determined by a certain man with magic hands who had a tricky way of making my clothes fall off before I'd realized it.

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