LUNCH & LIFE LESSONS

Watch Your Stuff

A 100-word, micro-fiction with a life lesson. Hey, who knows what could happen if you don’t keep an eye on your things.

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As we sat eating lunch at a small but crowded restaurant, I noticed my lunch date kept glancing over at the coat rack. I felt kind of sorry for her because she looked a little…

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Stephen Dalton is a retired US Army First Sergeant with a degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. Top Writer in Investing, VR, and Short Story!

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Stephen Dalton

Stephen Dalton

Stephen Dalton is a retired US Army First Sergeant with a degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. Top Writer in Investing, VR, and Short Story!

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