Great expectations...

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    Have you heard the earliest news about our mutual friend, Mary?

  • 2

    I was telephoned late last night just before I went to bed and told Mary is awaiting a baby.

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    According to my informant the baby is likely to be borne some time in late March or early April.

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    As you know Mary and her husband Dave have been attempting for a baby for some years now.

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    Dave is deliriously happy about the news and just can't stop to talk about it.

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    Mary remains very calm and cool on the outside but you can tell that internally she's just as pleased as Dave.

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    Naturally the arrival of a baby after all these years is going to completely transfer their lives from now on.

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    At the moment they are busy making plans about which room to use and weather Mary should continue working.

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    Dave is so carried on with it all that he's put the baby's name down for a very expensive private boys' school.

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    There is one small problem of course. What happens if the baby turns off to be a girl?

Author: Alan Townend