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by Karen L. Koerber .page 2
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ebbie wandered around,
I J straightening the vase center
piece exactly in the middle of
the coffee table for the third time. It was
4:45. David would be home soon. She
sighed and plopped down on the plastic
couch facing the antique alarm clock and
watched the digits flip for exactly three
minutes before falling asleep from
David got off the space shuttle in front
of Quick-Serv Condo Heights, and took
the space walk to 1524. The front door
responded to his cheery "Honey, -I'm
home," with a slight beep and a sliding
back of three security panels to reveal a
manual door, a feature he was especially
proud of. He stopped inside and checked
the room scan, noting Debbie was in the
He stood over her and called to her
gently. She woke slowly and looked at the
clock first, then him.
"I guess I never realized you had so
much to do," he said. "Poor tired dear."
He kissed her on the forehead, then sat
beside her on the couch.
"We could get a vacu-maid," he sug
gested. "We can afford it now."
"No!" She stood up and adjusted the
centerpiece again. "I don't have enough
"Debbie, I won't get into that argu
ment again. None of the other technical
supervisor's wives work, and we can't af
ford to lose face."
"David," she sat and took his hand.
"Could we have a baby?"
He looked into her eyes and looked
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major from Wilson.
"If we can afford a vacu-maid," she
"It's not that easy."
"It would be so good for us. I'd have
something to do all day, and think of the
"None of the other technical super
visor's have ..."
"Let's start a trend. Wouldn't it help?
The bosses would say, 'There's a man
with responsibility. "
"Let me think about it. It just might be
a smart move."
Debbie was happy all through dinner.
She hummed to herself and even did the
dishes manually. She couldn't sit still and
kept pacing in front of the news until
David yelled at her.
"You read too slowly," she said. She
stopped walking and picked up the thin
wand. Pointing it at the screen that
covered the entire rear wall, she pressed
the button and the news flashed by.
When she got to the ads she slowed
"Look," she said.
"If we can afford a vacu-maid," she
"Oh Honey," he said. "Well, all right.
But you have to be responsible for it."
"I will!" She threw the wand down.
"Can we go now?"
"Get your Warm-Field," he said. "It's
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