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    Miss Penny Dreadful Writes for Weekend With Shades, “No Fish Tale – How a Lady Learned to Cast a Line and Landed Quite a Catch”

    Penny Our friend Miss Penelope Dreadful is at it again for Shades of the Departed with a family story of summer romance and youthful hi-jinks.

    When the Evergreen Anglers Association casts its net for new members, two sisters get a notion to bring together a favorite spinster aunt and the widowed fisherman in charge of the new group. How they manage to persuade Aunt Millie to go on an overnight fishing trip makes for an old-fashioned tale of summer adventure.

    If you have ever felt the urge to play matchmaker for an elderly aunt and a suitable gentleman, you will enjoy Penny’s story, “No Fish Tale – How a Lady Learned to Cast a Line and Landed Quite a Catch” appearing in today’s edition of Weekend With Shades. And please do leave a comment for Penny, she loves to hear from her readers.

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