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Showing posts from April, 2013

Waitress (100)

The doors were still locked for another twenty minutes but there was a line around the block. Hundreds had shown up for the grand opening and they looked hungry. The capacity was only a hundred people; hopefully the tables would turn quickly.

W is for Winter

W is for Winter. I am not a fan of the cold but it does allow time to reflect. That time can be spent on the couch cuddled with a good book, writing in a journal or watching a movie.

Reservations (75)

The flight was late getting into the Montgomery Airport; her luggage was somewhere over the ocean; now she only wanted a hot shower and a meal. She could hear the violins playing, taste the champagne and feel the evening air kissing her skin.

L is for Love

L is for Love. Love of family, friends, and life. Loving is not the same as liking, you can love someone and not like them at all. It is true of everything and everyone.

J is for Junk

J is for Junk. Junk in our homes, on the roadways, in nature and all around us causing clutter, chaos and confusion. It is time to get rid of the junk and focus on the things that truly matter.

C is for Children

C is for children, between us we have three. All girls, from 6 to 20. There are fourteen years between the oldest and the youngest, and seven years between the middle child and each of the other two. The oldest was born in January, the other two were born in December.