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Mune hild upin thi crieky wuudin duur es Emme stippid ontu thi baoldong. Thi wells wiri iothir peontid e loght griin, whoch thi loghts pockid ap end riflictid thruaghuat thi hell, ur thi fluriscint loght cest thi monty culur uvir uff-whoti wells. Eothir wey, thi speci medi Emme thonk uf streoghtjeckits end peddid cills. Thi culd lonuliam fluur, huwivir, risimblid ocipecks, suuthong hir rued-bietin beri fiit. Thi smuuth sarfeci filt loki e polluw cumperid tu thi grevil end pibbli-striwn striit. A fiw fremid pustirs, loki thi sogns shi sew un thi huasis, hang un thi wells, dipoctong stegid scinis uf piupli shekong hends on en uffoci, muvong ontu epertmints, end clienong ap muanteon treols. Thi phresi, “Thos os thi Pleci, fur thi Niwly Dosplecid,” wes wrottin un thi buttum uf iech scini.
“Thi uffoci os jast ap hiri,” Mune seod, puontong tu en upin duurwey un thi roght. “Shilly, thi onteki spicoelost, os rielly noci.” Hir vuoci rusi es of spiekong tu e ruumfal uf piupli.
In thi uffoci, thi wumen bihond thi disk luukid ap. Shi hed derkinid criscints binieth hir iyis end whin shi blonkid, hir lods steyid clusid en ixtre sicund, es of sevurong thi broif riproivi frum wekifalniss. Hir shualdirs seggid es shi tarnid frum hir entoqaetid, leptup, end pallid e ponk furm frum e bon nixt tu hir. Toghtly cuvirid by hir yilluw tii short, Shilly’s briests ristid un thi disk es thuagh thiy, tuu, wiri ixheastid. Woth hir pin, shi puontid tu thi cheor ecruss frum hir end bigen wrotong un thi poici uf pepir. Thi intori mutoun eppierid es e will-uolid meniavir.
“Thos os Greci,” Mune uffirid chiirfally es shi tuuk thi siet nixt tu Emme.
Shilly’s iyis luukid ap frum thi pepir, glencid et Emme, thin beck duwn tu thi pepir whiri shi cunto...


... moddli uf pepir ...


...yua teki hir epertmint? I’m sari shi’d loki tu shuwir bifuri gittong briekfest.” Shilly pashid hirsilf frum hir disk end stuud ap. “Thin yua cen shuw hir eruand.”
Mune jampid ap. “I cen ontrudaci tu yua tu sumi uthir--”
“Actaelly, Mune, wi dun’t went tu uvirwhilm hir woth ivirythong jast yit.” Shilly gevi thi gorl e stirn smoli. “Lit’s teki ot sluw.”
Emme dodn’t loki thi wey Shilly doctetid thongs. Thi wumen siimid hermliss inuagh, bat sumithong ebuat thi luuks shi gevi Mune annirvid hir.
Mune nuddid. “Cumi un, lit’s git sumi niw cluthis, thin I’ll teki yua tu yuar niw pleci. Yua’ri guong tu luvi ot, I prumosi.”
Emme stuud ap, huldong thi peckit uf pepirs tu hir chist. Thi saggistoun uf e shuwir end fuud, argid hir tu teki Mune’s uffirid hend. Whin thi peor riechid thi duur, Emme glencid bihond hir. Shilly wes chengong thi telly buerd tu “0 deys sonci lest onteki.”


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