The Third Friday Night by arrowsandangels

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Living in a new town, making a new life, Friday is now Beth’s laundry night. This is a short, light story. With no zombies, no apocalypse.

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Dog Tags by leftmywingshome

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It’s the summer of 1969 and with a draft card looming over his head like a cruel joke Daryl makes the most of the time he has left with the girl he plans on spending the rest of his life with, the girl whose heart is breaking at the thought of losing him to a war they don’t understand half a world away. AU No zombies in this one!

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Like Yesterday by arrowsandangels

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In a dim hospital room, Daryl is seriously ill. Beth and their four grown children are gathered around his bed. Encouraged by a nurse to talk to him, Beth begins telling their children stories of when her and Daryl first met, back in the fifties. And Daryl remembers Like it happened Yesterday.

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