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Practicing the art of imagination

There's a beauty when imagination and reality clasp hands and bring forth a breathtaking dance. 
I suppose I've been pondering this recently as a Pickle lost a tooth and the tooth fairy arrived faster than had ever been her record.  On the very same night that the tooth fell out, she arrived  with perfect punctuality and with a shiny quarter in tow. 

I mean, usually she takes several nights to finally show up, breathless and slightly discombobulated, and has, more-often-than-not, been known to leave itty-bitty notes explaining her tardiness:  The dog wouldn't let her in, the bag of pennies was too heavy, the wind storm versus her tiny wings, she had to find our new house, and well, you know, other such excuses of the valid sort. 

Upon her mysterious rapid appearance, we determined we must now live closer to her abode.  She's a curious one, that tooth fairy.

In my childhood, I seemed to always have grasped that someone else of the human sort was responsible for the coins lef…

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