A New Home, by Russell Conover

Since my writing hasn’t taken me here for quite a while …

A New Home, by Russell Conover

The new living quarters were futuristic. Robots and technology performed mundane household chores, so that the residents could focus on having fun.

And have fun they did. They laughed, told stories, and relaxed. Their true stories were unique, if preposterous to the average person.

The trip had been tough. Several had thought they wouldn’t make it and would have to turn back. But now they had arrived, and were all so much happier.

“So, what do you think of our new home, honey?” a woman asked.

“Great to finally be on Pluto,” her husband replied, “after such a long wait.”


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