John and the Herodians - From the What a Strange Little Man Series (Chapter 3, page 2 of 8)


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Chapter 3

"Interesting, but how does that help me?" He inquired.

"I had a dream about you, and the frozen man. It was told to me, in that dream, that the frozen man is called John," I said, wondering if he was really believing me or not.

"I see," he started, "Then you can tell me about the time he is from?"

"I can. I would like to come where you are tonight," I explained.

He paused as if he was trying to formulate a plan to get us in.

"I can't see why that would be a problem, Mr. Aurelius. I'll just make it an all inclusive invitation, so Tom, I will expect you as well," He said.

"I wouldn't miss this for the world!" Tom replied.

With that, the videophone communication ceased. The excitement in the air was thick enough to cut with a knife. I turned to retrieve my cider, and noticed Mary was already headed for the front door. Tom looked at me with a grin on his face.

"This is surely going to be an exciting night," He said.

"You don't know the half of it, my friend," I replied.

"Honey, do we need to take our luggage?" Mary asked.

"Let's not take a chance; better load it up," I replied.

As we prepared for departure, we talked some more about the excitement we were all feeling. Imagine, here I was, a man from the past living in the future, going to meet a man from the past. It sort of made my head spin. I wondered if the world was ready for what was about to transpire.

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