“I thought this would be a bit more comfortable” she said coyly and it took him completely by surprise
When she had calmed down and her sobs began to recede she tried to tell him what was wrong but the tears started to well up in her eyes again and then they ran down her cheeks as she sobbed her heart out and she sat down on the wall.
And then as if she had read his mind she said “I’m sorry” “What for?” he asked “For making you wait” she said
So he just sat outside his caravan drinking coffee and reading the papers and he supposed Sarah was doing something similar at hers.
The affair between Frank Gold and his sister in law Sarah Weitz began after a party at the Kettlewell Village Hall and when she got her sister Miriam blind drunk on gin by ten o’clock.
When they had turned 180 degrees and her back was against the buggy she kissed him deeply while running her fingers through his hair
It was Saturday night, or more precisely Sunday Morning and there was a Dinner Dance on at the Forest Ridge Golf Club and Paula Bonham and Gary Parkinson had just delivered their drunken friends home.
Tony Langford and Jayne Stanley were sitting in the latter’s mums kitchen and Jayne gave a quick glance around to make sure her mum wasn’t looking and then lent over and kissed him tenderly.
It was 1.00pm by the time Dave Collingridge got to his Brother Mick’s house. They both lived in Middle Gracewood, a stone’s throw from Finchbottom. Mick was almost 40 and was a successful Architect while Fireman Dave was 5 years younger, the same age as Mick’s wife Dianne.