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And Comes the Fourth Generation – 137

To be insulted by a nothing like Elvis March, one of the Fourth Generation, had Ann South racing away from Miriam House each morning.

Elvis March was one of the pompous fools who had squandered his  family’s money. Instead of learning from their errors, increased them.

Who would work for a guy as insulting and obnoxious as Elvis March?

Yes, Ann had come in with commitment and dedication, but having retracted and redirected, she felt years younger.

As there was no interest in the premises by the Church or its members, no one knew or cared what happened there.

As matron, Ann South had no power.  She couldn’t evict, she could only report.

Why bother see anything to report?

What do you think?

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