2394. Job done

It was a dark and stormy night. Caitlin went out into the garden to find the cat. Caitlin had just had an argument with Milton, her husband. She had told him he spent too much time at the pub. In the course of the “conversation” quite a few regrettable statements were uttered. “I hope you die,” said Milton.

Caitlin had just spied her cat in the garden when a tree fell over in the wind. It pinned Caitlin to the ground. She was unable to move. With a slight lull in the storm Caitlin was able to call for help. Milton appeared.

Milton went into the shed to get his chainsaw. After he’d finished with the chainsaw he got in the car and went to the pub.

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33 thoughts on “2394. Job done

            1. Bruce Goodman Post author

              No – I don’t think it gave a name. It dealt in part with the terrible acoustics of the original building, then the shifted the position of the pulpit from the middle side to the end, then they added a mezzanine floor and that improved the echo and then they did other things and added the organ.

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