23.             Gatekeeper’s Lodge

Before we departed from each other, these helpful women introduced themselves by their first names of Jennifer and Mary Ann. Then, after thanking them, I headed toward the Gatekeeper’s Lodge. When I arrived, a worker was exiting. This worker, on his uniform, had a nametag that said, as I quite clearly recall, “Heller.” (Investigating, now, while writing this paragraph, I have discovered that the Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines “heller” as “hellion”; and, “hellion” is defined as “a troublesome or mischievous person.” So, I wonder, was this “Heller,” who left the Gatekeeper’s Lodge as I entered, a divine sign about the earlier-mentioned, troublesome and mischievous bad-boy/girl?)

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