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16th-Jan-2016 10:28 am - Taking Another Tilt at the Windmill
writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, January 7, 2011]

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15th-Jan-2016 03:33 pm - Should Cinderella Kiss the Prince?
writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, May 7, 2009; thanks to the Wayback Machine for helping me rescue it]

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writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, August 29, 2007; thanks to the Wayback Machine for helping me rescue it]

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15th-Jan-2016 07:40 am - Deadline on the Horizon
writing: glass cat
[first published on June 29, 2007; thank to the Wayback Machine for helping me rescue it]

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writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, April 29, 2008; thank you to the Wayback Machine for helping me rescue it]

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15th-Jan-2016 07:20 am - Of Scullery Boys and Kings
writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, November 29, 2007; thank you to the Wayback Machine for helping me rescue it]

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writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, February 7, 2010]

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writing: glass cat
ME: Underfoot Cat, what are you doing?
UNDERFOOT CAT: I'm singin' in the rain, just singin'--
ME: Try again.
U.C.: Um. Your socks were lonely?
ME: My dirty and undoubtedly reeking socks that I just took off my feet after coming back from the barn?
U.C.: Yup! They're awesome!
ME: From the way you're treating them, you'd think I've been walking through the catnip mines.
U.C.: Um. I like horses?
ME: Have you ever seen a horse?
U.C.: . . . Maybe.
[UNDERFOOT CAT rubs his face lovingly against my argyle socks]
ME: You do realize this is not normal, don't you?
U.C.: It's not my fault! I was found up a tree! *
ME: Where all the horses wore argyle socks?
U.C.: It was an awesome tree.
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*True.
13th-Jan-2016 01:49 pm - Getting out of Your Own Way
writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, July 7, 2010]

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writing: glass cat
[first published on Storytellers Unplugged, February 7, 2011; this was very much an occasional piece, so I have edited to reflect the fact that it was written five years ago]

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