Rasik Levels With Vajra

He was on his way to his car after dropping off shirts and suits at the laundry when he bumped into Vajra. Sighing heavily, he stopped and leaned against the post. She was the last person he wanted to see at the moment. "Hello, Rasik," she said. "Hello, Vajra." "How are you?" "Fine." He didn't …

Matt and Gina Reach Out

Kira was in the bedroom folding the laundry when the phone rang. She picked it up. "Hello?" "Hello, Kira. It's Matt." "Hello, Matt. It's always a pleasure to hear from you. How is everyone?" "Everyone is fine, thanks. Kira, I need to ask you something." "Sure, Matt. What is it? You sound a bit upset." …

Tired

Photo by A. Noni Mouse Tired of taking care of a family whose ingratitude knew no bounds, she decided that after she finished the housework, the cooking, the laundry and the ironing, she was going to pack her bags and go and stay at her sister’s place.  She’d watched her mother waiting hand and foot …

One Afternoon Break

The first time he saw her, it was on Monday.  She was walking down the street.  In her hand was a red school satchel.  She looked at him as she walked past.  He was sitting on the rail outside of the building where he worked.  It was during his afternoon break which he usually took …

A New Chapter

Andrea waited until he was alone and then she went over to him.  He stood looking down at the grave, his face pale.  Her heart was heavy and she wanted so much to put her arms around him.  He looked up when she was standing beside him.  She didn't say anything.  Words were not necessary. …

One Day in the Park

It was a sunny day much like today when she and Michael first met.  She was sitting on a bench in the park close to where she lived and just enjoying the sunshine.  It was a long weekend.  No work the next day.   Usually on a Sunday afternoon she would be home doing laundry, …

Anchored

She stood on the pier watching the boats come and go.   She was once like an unmoored boat, drifting out into the currents of life because she had no anchor to hold her like the boats fastened to the dock.  It began when her parents were killed in a car accident and she had to live with …

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