Joseph Liebgott had barely enough time to move his glass out of harm’s way before a package slammed onto the table. He looked up at David Webster, who was on the verge of exploding with joy. Suddenly he knew what it was. “Holy shit.”
Webster tore into the package like a kid at Christmastime, and Liebgott watched him pull a freshly-printed hardcover from its depths. He passed it to Joe like it was a newborn baby.
“The Story of Easy Company,” he read, then looked up at Webster and smiled. “Aw, Davey. I knew you could do it.”
The Simple Life Rated: G Dick convinces Lew to move to the country, but Lew finds the "simple" life is not as simple as it looks. Prompts: native, milk, butter, crossover.
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