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Suddenly her husband handed her their 18-month-old son, Bobby, who was wearing a miniature dark turtleneck and tiny jeans, like a Steve Jobs doll.
Bobby attended this institution of learning with his particular chum and the boys had no end of good times.
Jess was heartily glad to get rid of her; and it was seldom that she ever felt that way about Bobby.
Trevithick was friendly with George Stephenson when, in 1805, he nursed little Bobby.
Thats all right, returned the small boy, with a grin, as he walked over and carefully handed Bobby the knife.
Bobby said it should have been written on yellow paper with an asbestos pad under it to save scorching Miss Pendletons desk.
Id have made more of it, added Bobby, only Miss Gould didnt seem to care for that kind of poetry.
Every little bit added to what youve got makes just a little bit more, quoted Bobby.
She laid the still white form beside those that had gone before, quoth Bobby, in sepulchral tone.
Somehow she felt that Bobby and her father must know of her need, yet not a word or sign from either betrayed that fact.

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