Anything and Everything #amwriting

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Anything and Everything

“Oh, Lenny,” Tam tries to hide her disappointment. A barge instead of a gondola?

“Ain’t it great? We’re cruising the waterways,” he says.

She smiles.

“I’ve even got some music.”

A heavy-set man steps onto the barge and belts out “La Donna e mobile” so loudly that Tam nearly falls overboard, but Lenny grabs her, pulls her close. She can feel his smile, how happy he is. Inwardly she shrugs. Anyone can get you a gondola ride, right?

A waiter appears with prosecco and a box of cannoli, her favorite.

Lenny raises his glass. “Anything and everything for you.”

 

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Sascha Darlington 6/23/2018

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21 thoughts on “Anything and Everything #amwriting

  1. This was absolutely wonderful. It’s the “who” that is most important, for sure… And he sounds like such the charmer…
    (just add “ment” to disappoint…)

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  2. If Tam could really be content with her barge trip, she’s remarkably well-balanced. Disappointment when it’s to do with romance is hard to deal with! Good old Lenny – he was trying hard.

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  3. What a moment, a precious moment she will cherish. I wonder why he couldn’t get her heart’s desire, or misinterpreted it, or deliberately choose to give her something else wrapping it up in the bow of deceit. Oh dear, now I want to write this story from his perspective. Well done, for engaging me and making me wonder…

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    • Well, have at it. But I figured that Lenny tries, he just doesn’t always get it right. Maybe he doesn’t think a gondola so close to questionable water is that romantic….In which case, yay, Lenny!
      If you write it, let me know. 🙂

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