WESTWOOD—Curious about his child’s day, local father Hugh Lewis swung by his room to see what’s up. “Hey, just got back from work, so what’s up?” said Lewis, leaning against the door jam, smiling broadly. “What’s shakin’ bacon? How’s it going? What’s what? How’s it hangin’? What’s new? What’s happenin’? What’s the 411’? What’s the scoop? Let’s dish. What’s poppin’? Anything cookin’? Watcha doin’? Who’s she? Is she your girlfriend? Boyfriend? How’s school? Wow! Thinkin’ about a job? Any problems? Want to know what I think? We’ll talk later, okay? Okay.” Lewis plans to invite his child out to lunch this weekend so they can engage in a one-sided conversation about how important it is to make the most of one’s teenage years.
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Nathan is an exquisite writer and talented author. His writing is good too. He raised horses on the Iberian peninsula for 14 years, until a fallen nun named Rosina stole his herd, and his heart. They tried to reconcile during a chance meeting in Rotterdam 7 years later, but their love had been cast away, just like waking memories of a bitter autumn.