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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 11 - BEFORE THE STORM

When I arrived home an old friend was there. He had been waiting for hours and apparently was determined to sit there until he could speak with me. I hadn't seen him for ten years. I was so tired that I would have preferred a bed, but common courtesy forced me to sit down and learn why he had come.
" Misi, you know I have never requested anything from you," he began.
" That's very true," I replied. "In fact, you have often helped people when I couldn't."
" Thanks for remembering that," he replied. "As you know, I have never mentioned this."
" True," I conceded.
" I'll tell you something else that no one knows. You wouldn't have known it, except that we are in a tragic situation and I want you to listen to me. I know you are stubborn," he added, with a smile. "Therefore I want to put down all my aces."
" You don't need to but go ahead."
" It's about those small sums your wife received from an anonymous donor while you were in prison." He seemed hesitant, then he continued. "I was the one who sent those sums."
" Thank you very much," I replied, greatly embarrassed. He sounded embarrassed, too.
" I hate bringing all this up but I have to, because I want you to listen to me."
" Go ahead, what do you want?"
" I want all of us to get into a car tomorrow morning, with

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