Tag Archives: 100 words on Saturday

Tête-à-Tête

It’s not quite Friday but it’s close enough for me.  I’ve missed Friday Fictioneers for the last few weeks.  I miss the telling of a story in 100 words.   Once again, let me thank Rochelle Wisoff-Fields of Addicted to … Continue reading

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FOR LOVE OF SHEBA

I am not a dog person by nature.  When this unexpected visitor came, I did not expect that we would have such a long love affair.  Seven  years later, we are still going strong. She taught me about unconditional love. … Continue reading

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STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT

I remember a time when we were strangers in the night. The night was dark but the moon and stars were bright.  They lit up the sky and the world for us.  We took the challenge and followed the path.  … Continue reading

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MY LITTLE SISTER

Here I am with my little sister on our first Christmas in Canada.  She was two and I nine.  The years flew like lightning. Now we are grown, she a pharmacist and I, a retired nurse.   Though I’m the elder, … Continue reading

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I’D DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY

It’s a glorious sunny morning.  Sheba and I are out on our daily morning run. It’s really a slow trot with a stop every half block.  It’s exhilarating.  I feel every cell in my being oxygenated and revived.  My spirit … Continue reading

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IF ONLY YOU WERE HERE

If only you were here, we could do so many things….hold hands, touch each other’s faces and talk of tomorrow.  We could laugh in the sunshine and splash in the rain.  We could sing Bird on a Wire and Hallelujah … Continue reading

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