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Story is a 30-day project - Part Six.

Oh, yes, we are progressing in style. Weekend mess and all took me a bit longer than usual to compile the 6th part of our story. And my oh my it's a good one. Thumbs up for osodecanela- great stories and... how did you know The Rhapsody in Blue is one of my all time favourites? :)))
So, it keeps on rolling. Comment, write, contribute and I'll do my best with editing. Thanks for now and DAMNED we're good! :) Oh, and no more behind the cut story, because it's growing, I will just provide the link. And today's is here.



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Oct. 4th, 2009 02:31 pm (UTC)
Whoa, damn! I like it! Did we do all that?

I'm off to meeting for worship now, good little Quaker that I am. Now the challenge will be to sit in worship/meditation & not spend the time thinking about the next chapter!
Oct. 4th, 2009 02:39 pm (UTC)
Oh & while I didn't know, I'm not surprised. I adore Gershwin & his Rhapsody in Blue demonstrates his shear genius.
What can I say? You've got great taste in music!
Oct. 5th, 2009 02:46 pm (UTC)
And obviously so do you. :)
Oct. 4th, 2009 07:42 pm (UTC)
Oh yes! ... and you are so damn good! :)

And now I'm going back to study for my exam... no need for Tomaz to chase me off the computer, LOL
Oct. 5th, 2009 12:36 am (UTC)
You flatter me, m'lady.
Oct. 5th, 2009 02:46 pm (UTC)
I think you will make it. :)
Oct. 4th, 2009 07:24 pm (UTC)
He was obviously in a very bad state. What had happened to him...to me? Oh my God, was he... I going to die?

At that very moment the goddamn taxi driver reminded me that I hadn't paid him yet. So I duly counted out the money. When I rushed into the hospital, I could no longer see that man who was probably me, or some part of me. Where exactly had they taken him?

The next moment, my eyes fell upon a woman waiting patiently in the corridor, and in spite of all my anxiety and fear, something at the back of my mind told me... screamed at me to take a better look at her. I went a little closer to her, and yes, she was that woman from the bus! As I was walking towards her, a nurse came out of one of the rooms and started explaining something to her.
Oct. 5th, 2009 05:59 am (UTC)
I stood there in the background. Something about her aura today was radically different. Despite the surroundings, she was calm,and composed, rather than accusing and angry. She had transformed from fury to something almost maternal. I waited, struggling to appear reserved, rather than desperate. Respectful, though not submissive.

She turned, as the nurse left, and now faced me from across the hallway. This time her eyes held no malice, her features noticeably softened. She motioned me forward with a gesture of her head, her mouth so slightly suggesting a smile.

"I thought you would feel the pull. I'm relieved you're here."
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