Apricot Fever by John-Michael Papirchuk

APRICOT FEVER by John-Michael Papirchuk

Apricot Fever is a cautionary tale, one that may shock the pusillanimous and the weak of heart but surely it will provide more than one amused snicker, certainly a smile and perhaps elicit a sardonic ‘hard cheese’ comment from the less than sympathetic reader.  Still, it was a hard knock introduction to the realization that adults all too often aren’t deep in the wisdom department; in fact the skin of an onion has more substance.  The incident is a true-life event that since has resulted in an immediate state of skeptical alert when confronted by an attitude of superiority based on longevity or seniority alone.

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