Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mirror Reflections

The blinds on the windows don’t quite meet the edges. The first soft rays of sunshine peep through and splash their brilliance across the plump pillows, resting like sentinels on the slatted bed head.  The wrought iron lamps stand guard … Continue reading

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The Rally

Once off the freeway, the old girl found her pace and hugged the bends like she’d been doing for the past fifty years.  This is what she was made for! “We’ve been on these roads before,” said the wife, and … Continue reading

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The Fall

She had stopped briefly on her way home from work so was now later than she’d intended to be.  She had almost reached the laneway which led from the main road into her own street when she slipped on the … Continue reading

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