I really do. You know I have difficulty saying no to deserts and different things. But Stacie, I can see you're not eating enough. Those jeans you're wearing, they fit you perfectly when you picked them out this summer but now you need a smaller size. I understood that you wanted to lose a few pounds; all of us can stand to shed a few pounds.
Something to show that she really appreciated Julie’s kindness with the sandwich situation! So when school came out Katie was so excited she could hardly stand still. She told Julie that she wanted to help her with the chores she had to do that afternoon and so they did the chores. Katie was even on time to help Mrs. Wilson with the cookies.
She carefully placed each of our drinks in front of us on a little, white napkin that had the logo printed on it. When she placed my drink in front of me, I quietly said thank you, but she didn’t hear me. I could smell her pungent perfume creep around the air surrounding our table. “Are you guys ready to order?” questioned the patient waitress. I had been the one who was taking hours to figure out what to eat, so the waitress had stopped by our table to ask if we were ready a couple of times.
said Borden. We walked into Dunkin Donuts and ordered two cups of tea. Borden seemed very indecisive in picking up the table where to sit. She seemed to look for the right one, the one with the right energy, the most comfortable one for both of us. As soon as we set down she apologizes for wearing such a casual dress with an explanation that she mostly works on the road, so she tries to stay comfortable at all the time.
Then Lilly borrowed her car to drive over to Ashley and Amber’s House. Lilly found the wine and brought it inside and proceeded to drink it. Once Amber realizes it was Aunt’s special wine that Lilly had drunk, she insisted that they find a replacement. Lilly was not in the right state of mind to go out and find a new bottle and Amber stayed at home to take care of her. So, Ashley called an Uber and her and the other girls started on the journey.
After that I bought lunch for a while, but one day I was craving Chick-Fil-A and decided to grab a sandwich, the same cashier was there, had no customers in her line, she saw me and said I can check you out over here and I simply smiled and said I was ok. I refused getting served by her. Another time I refused to get serve by her was when they moved her to the pods they have at school with drinks and snacks. I was really thirsty and wanted to get some water but I saw she was at the register and said nope I’ll wait. Just like when I received good customer service I told basically everyone about the bad service I had received.
I stared to like her; canceled all my plans I took then out for dinner we spoke a loot, good food, dropped her (OK them) and I got back home. She planed to stay the next day too. We again met for dinner and she spoke about her day out side the town in the cab I have organized and she paid for it not only the cab our dinner too. She loved seafood, she didn’t like me smoking, which I knew later, and it was a haunting day for us. I couldn’t believe that I started missing as she said her plan to visit Coimbatore on the 6th morning when I met her for breakfast.
My sister sighing loudly because she could not find a place to put a charger, asked me what I was doing. I asked her to go order me any drink because I did not know what to order. Also that I only drink coffee once a month because I remember from my high school science fair that coffee damages the liver. I began rereading Seedfolks and glanced at my sister waiting in line. I could not concentrate because behind my back was a female high school student and her cousin, I found them to be very irritating because they were talking so
Her apron hem caught by a gust of wind blew out behind her and settled back with the ruffle inside out across her peasant skirt. “You can pull the car around to the back as soon as I unload.” “Dear, I really don’t want to do that.” Lydia straightened to her whole 5’2 inch height and looked up at her daughter. Lydia’s wire rim glasses slipped down her nose and she tilted her head back awkwardly to look through the bi-focal at Esthe... ... middle of paper ... ...h and looked at the washer and dryer setting side by side. The coffee pot sat on the washer. It would never do for the bottle to sit it out in the open beside it.