On her first day as assistant manager Sarah Poole had substituted her uniform of dark blue skirt and jacket and was wearing a turquoise green suit, a crisp white blouse and black opaque tights, but the most noticeable thing she was wearing was an accessory, namely a smile.
When he first found out he was being sent to Shallowfield Matt was very unhappy, he was a city boy, born and bred, and he viewed being sent to the country as purgatory, but no one was more surprised than he was when he found that he actually loved it, it was a beautiful place, it was quiet and the air was clean and he felt immediately at home.
Shallowfield sat on the southern edge of the Finchbottom Vale and was bordered on the other side by the Dancingdean forest and the town’s fortunes had always relied largely upon forestry and agriculture for its survival.
Not the raging sea or a turbid heart- I give you a shimmering river where reeds ooze bells of rain, their crystals promise light, heal your hands...
They were in the bedroom of Karensa’s cottage and were redressing. “Where does she think you are?” she asked “I told her I needed a walk to get some inspiration” he replied “A lie then” She retorted bitterly “Well I think what we just did was pretty inspirational” Bob said gesturing toward the bed. “What a characteristically glib response” Karensa responded disappointedly
I have seen pictures of angels but I don’t believe them. I’ve heard it said that angels are the messengers of the gods so I see them as people, as...
“Well if you didn’t upset her then what’s got into the silly cow” Katie snapped “That’s not a very nice thing to say about your friend” he said reproachfully “I know” she admitted “I’m just jealous that she’s your girlfriend” “Ah” he uttered
fountains between sand and foam burning desert screams shady water creation's hope faithful to the dream rainbow true to sea to eden's heaven all...
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