61. Right or Wrong
Half an hour into her practice session, Tiffany was certain of one thing. She didn't want to play the tuba, ever. She also didn't want to admit the band director was right. She kept on practicing.
Sheila got home from running errands. Mikey knew she'd be thrilled he'd made an appointment with the rehab. Despite their recent arguments, he still loved to surprise her. Putting a smile on her face warmed his heart. He couldn't bring himself to tell her because he'd have to admit she was right.
Today I'll choosing being happy over being right, especially if I'm wrong.
Mikey, Repulsive, and Repugnant (c) 2016 by Ken Montrose
Mikey, Repulsive, and Repugnant is a work of fiction. Any resemblance between the characters and anyone you might know is purely coincidental.
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