Holiday Cabin, by Russell Conover

Sid gazed at the perfect holiday cabin, for his family. Snow and icicles dangled from the roof perilously yet beautifully. The lights inside created a sense of warmth on the frigid day. The wooden structure oozed stability and comfort during tumultuous times. The large porch, complete with rocking chairs, was inviting to all.

Sighing, Sid lowered the postcard, with an image of the cabin he could never afford, and he gazed at the run-down shack he and his family would actually be using. However, family was most important, and he knew they’d all enjoy the holidays despite their basic accommodations.

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