Is this a BEAUTIFUL STORY--or what?
Terry, I truly hope you find the love is still there.
Terry, go get your girl
Awwwwwwwwww, Great story Terry. You have found a long lost friend at the least and maybe, just maybe................You know!
Terry, my heart both breaks for you and soars with you :) im so happy to see this! I appreciate so much the idea of never giving up on finding someone you love, that journey may be long but the reward is sweet :)
"Death cant stop true love, all it can do is delay it for a little while"
Thank you all for warm words and kind wishes.
T-Minus Thursday and counting . . .
The curtain is yet closed. The lights are dimmering, the audience is awaiting the next act
Noises ....memories of the past decades .. voices of prison guards, old music, some contemporary history ... warplanes.. laughing children, cry "daddy, daddy loook", then a song ... a record plays "que sera sera what ever will be will be, the future is not ours to see, que sera sera." The clock points to a certain day before saturday.
The curtain opens. A woman sitting o armchair looking in an album, children are playing and running around her.
"Wait, I found it, that was he, my first friend, look, what a talented young man he was, coureagous and able to talk with poetry".
"You kept the picture in your album for so long time ma"?
"Its my book of promises, they tell about the promises I made" Orchestra music plays a love song silently while the curtain closes and the scene changes.
It could be saturday
Flowers, garden, bar, a table, the woman sitting and waiting. A quite nervous man arriving holding a gift in his hand.
The audience wishes the best for this date.
I read your book just about a month age and now, reading this brought a tear to my eye. You have a gift of writing and making the reader feel.
Best wishes and good luck.
What a beautiful story indeed, loved reading it, i wish you all the best, and i do hope it all works out for you and you find happiness and love..also, i love how you write with interjections like this----
"Intermission. . . let's go out to the lobby and have ourselves a snack. . ."...
the way you write breaths life into this story....it's lovely...plz keep us posted on what happens....i can relate as i have a similar story with a friend for yrs myself.....
A beautiful, sweet story indeed. Good luck, Terry!
You guys are the best.
I spoke to her this morning as she was packing to drive up from Houston.
I feel like an adolescent about to go out on a blind date!
Saturday seems such a long way off . . .