She was at the flower shop buying flowers for her grandmother who was celebrating her 70th birthday when she spotted Father Desjardins. He was talking to Mr. Cooper whose farm he had invited her to visit with him and a group of other people. It had been a fun excursion. She had even milked a… Read More Farewell, Father Desjardins
He stood at the window, gazing out at the snow covered roses and thought of Maddie. In his pocket was her telephone number which he had gotten from Sergeant McCoy when he stopped at the gas station where the young man worked. Should he call her? His heartbeat accelerated at the thought. Would she be happy… Read More Should He Call?
I had the dream again last night. I was lying on a bed of pink roses and other flowers, my eyes were closed as I inhaled their sweet fragrance. I was wearing a pink tee shirt. It actually looked good on me although pink isn’t my color. In fact, I don’t own anything pink. I… Read More The Flower Bed
“So, who gave you these roses?” Darla asked her friend, Shauna. Shauna froze. She’d forgotten to hide them. She always did whenever Darla came over. “My mother did,” she lied. Darla examined them closely. “They look like real roses with gold edges.” She touched each one. “They’re made out of glass!” “It’s getting late.” “You’re… Read More The Roses
It was a beautiful summer day. The roses were in full bloom. Their sweet fragrance filled the air. Blue lavender added more color to the lush garden. Mrs. Middleton was throwing one of her extravagant Garden parties. Guests milled about, chattering and admiring the rows of flowers which lined each pathway. She stood by the… Read More Remington/Fragrant #writephoto
“Is your uncle at home?” Ashley asked casually as they walked the grounds on a beautiful, sunny spring afternoon. She was wearing a denim jacket because it was still a bit cool. They were at Eastwell Manor where Bradley was staying with his uncle until he found his own flat. It was a magnificent place… Read More A Misunderstanding
“Happy anniversary, my Darling,” he said as he handed her the beautiful bouquet of flowers. “Forty years ago, you turned my life upside down when you moved into my neighborhood. And it took a few years before I plucked up the courage to ask you out on a date. Thank you for not saying no… Read More Much to Celebrate