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She flipped the lip of the truck up, closing it. The last of the clothes had been unloaded for sale at the annual country fair. She looked around that the stores, the people gathered, at everything that had once been so familiar and prepared to leave; this wasn’t her town anymore, it was his. 27 more words
Easy Virtues: Humility Fades – Written by Alexander X. Laymen
They taught me to respect on a completely different level than I once knew lesson after lesson. 198 more words
The red truck parked in the middle of the road, coupled with her looks created discomfort in the bazaar.
Unaware of the ripples she was creating, Carol looked wistfully at the colorful clothes around her – the floral and animal prints, the ruffles and embellishments and the swish of the luxurious fabrics. 34 more words