Surprise

“Mary! What are you doing here?”

“I’m here to help you, Ms. Wheeler Wilson. You’re being clowned.”

—–

“Just remember I’m always here to help you. Just remember that.”

“I will. And: thank you. I’m beginning to feel better.”

“Angling, my dear. It’s all about angles.”

—–

“And percentages. 25 or 26 tops for the clowning. Can you do that?”

—–

“I’m not sure. It’s so much fun. And I love my clown costumes.”

—–

“Clowning is here to protect you. But like with any effective defense, you can become overdependent.”

“Okay.”

—–

“You work on it,” Mary said, standing. “I’ll let you go. See you in Collagesity!”

“Sometime,” Wheeler admitted.

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