The Pay Off

When he finished his shower he shaved and fixed his hair and combed his rusty moustache in the mirror.

He put on clean clothes – a fresh polo shirt, crisp bone coloured trousers, and comfortable but elegant Italian loafers. He tucked the newspaper under his arm and went out the front door.

In a few minutes he was at the pub, with a beer in front of him, and catching up on the news he had missed. It had been a long day in the garden.

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