Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers I am reaching. Here’s wishing you a frabjious day. I hope you know how wonderful and amazing you are. My mother firmly believes, and firmly instilled within us, that her kids can be anything they wish. I strive to prove her right after all these years, before her time on earth passes. I love you, Mom!
If you read my Six from last week, the following Six are the very next lines in the scene. Kate is welcoming Daniel home when he arrives in town to settle his father’s affairs after his untimely death.
~The gentleman seated next to me leans over, “Her sarcasm always smell like perfume?”
I nod, “it’s kind of like sugar on tripe isn’t it?”
The old man winks.
“Well, it’s good to see you too,” She says motioning with her head. “I’ve a table in the back.”
I let my school boy grin fade; with a growing touch of shame, I follow her. ~
Next week I’ll choose something from later in the story. I sincerely hope you enjoy. Please visit the Six Sentence Sunday site to follow more amazing authors. Also, be sure to check my Favorite Author Blogs link at the top of this page to visit the blogs of some very talented writers.
Watch for Wilde’s Fire by Krystal Wade to hit bookstore shelves today!! Visit her blog for official links to find out how to get your copy.