Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn
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Peachy Keen

Paradise is lying on a couch curled under a big blanket, uncaring about the future, with two cats playing nearby, two laptops looking at one, one of them playing good music, tea and canned peaches nearby, a stick of myrrh burning, and a good book on one's lap, all while the pleasant sound of rain comes in through a nearby window. Paradise also leads to run-on sentences.

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