Another great share today, from Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo: Sarah Brentyn stops by with a short story probably more familiar to most of us than we’d like to admit. Enjoy!
Okay, so I’m really looking forward to Christmas…as long as the antlers stay out of sight and as long as my mate Tink’s mum hasn’t given her any other awful ideas…. But not everyone enjoys the festive season, I’m told. There are lots of folk who are alone… and they don’t all get a happy ending like Sally’s Jack.
And some folks might wish they were alone, or at least not in those unhappy places they find themselves. I don’t like it when she says ‘Ani!’ in that voice…. it makes me feel really sad, even though I know she’ll be cuddling me any minute. It doesn’t work that way for some…there is just that voice… and sometimes worse…
Wedgwood and Wine
“That’s not how it happened,” Terri barked.
“Maybe…” Tracy began.
“Who cares,” Kim interrupted, “I want to hear more about Tracy’s new ‘boyfriend’.”
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