Snag on the Trail
I was all set to head up to Dixville Notch to start campaigning in New Hampshire. Everything was set – I had some money, my dog, and a handmade “Dixville Notch” sign for hitchhiking. The phone rang and while I was on the phone, someone smashed the front window and began to climb in. The dog’s bark was too loud and continuous to continue the phone conversation (It turned out to be a wrong number), The person who broke in was lying on the floor, barely able to move.
While the ambulance was on the way, I walked around the intruder, reached for his wallet, and took his money.. I felt bad as he only had seven dollars for me to take. The money was replaced with a carefully folded brochure I had left over from the 2008 campaign.
There was still the broken window that had to be fixed. The local window repair company was busy and could not come until Monday at the earliest. Fortunately, a neighbor owns a windshield repair company and was able to replace the window with a tinted windshield.
I tried to leave again, but the dog was too tired from all of the commotion. He wouldn’t even move for his “good-boy” treat. He just stayed on the recliner and refused to move. He stayed in the chair after he went potty.
If you are looking for a slightly used recliner, please give me a call at your earliest convenience and I will sell it for you at a reasonable cost.
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