3/10/13 WEWRIWA

Charmaine Headshot for Author CentralWelcome friends and writers. Are  we having fun or what?

I continue with my senior romance and up to now everything is harmonious. Enter conflict. Where is a good story w/o it?

excerpt in eight:

A commotion disturbed the peaceful dining room as twin girls raced toward our table calling, “Grumpy, Grumpy.

How adorable I thought until I caught sight of their mother stalking toward us.

With effort Collin lifted a twin on each knee and kissed their rosy cheeks.

Hello, Karen and what brings you down to the club on this stormy Valentine’s Day?”

To me it looked as if his daughter brought the storm with her.

This is Kelly Corrigan, a friend from Helen Hayes Rehab. Kelly, these are my youngest grandchildren, Mary Ellen and Mary Jane.”

What’s good for lunch, Daddy?” and Karen pulled out a chair and called for a menu.

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33 thoughts on “3/10/13 WEWRIWA

  1. Aww… Karen has kids – doesn’t she have a partner of her own to spend Valentine’s Day with, without having to go barging in on her dad’s date?

  2. I think senior romance is an idea whose time has come. These youngsters who think just because we’ve passed menopause we’re ready to shrivel up and die have a thing or two to learn! And you show them, Charmaine. You go, girl!

  3. Uh-oh! So much for their idyllic lunch! Looking forward to find out what happens next. “Grumpy” instead of “Grandpa” is cute. 🙂 Seems like Karen is the grumpy one, though.

  4. There’s all kinds of uh-oh written all over Karen, but it sounds like Grumpy knows how to handle her moods. Great snippet, Charmaine! (And thanks for your lovely comment on my post this week.)

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