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Category Archives: Red Letter Day
Extract: Dear Jim, Thank you for contacting me again. From what you have said, it is possible that we do know each other. My name is indeed Jenny, and there are many similarities and coincidences in our histories that warrant … Continue reading
Dear Jenny, Thank you for answering. My apologies for not getting back to you sooner. It’s been one helluva week. Suddenly my life is a roller coaster of coincidence and dreams of what may or may not be. However, I … Continue reading
Sara saw the message in her ‘in box’ and deliberately waited until Jim got home so that they could read it together, though her curiosity nearly got the better of her. ‘Oh blimey, ‘ he said. ‘What do you think?’ … Continue reading
Thank you for taking the time to contact me. I must admit I was somewhat surprised to hear from anyone. Do you believe in Fate? I find it amazing that people live similar lives and yet they may not know … Continue reading
These are the 6 chapters. 1. Letter to LJ 2. Yesterday’s Shadow 3. Home Life 2015 4. Memories of Jenny 5. Just a click away 6. Do we know each other? Is she, or isn’t she? How would you … Continue reading
She opened her mail box and there were several responses to her post Letter to LJ. It had been met with some positive reviews, but one in particular stood out. Hello. My name is Jim, and my wife and I … Continue reading
Jim woke up and looked at the ceiling, thinking about what he’d read the night before. Could the writer be Jenny? Was it an attempt to reach out for contact, or just a reminiscing thought of someone long in the … Continue reading
Dad had been on tenterhooks all afternoon. He’d taken time off from work (unusual) showered and shaved, and was wearing his best trousers and a clean shirt. Gran had been over to help him tidy the house and prepare the … Continue reading
Previous: Letter to LJ Yesterday’s Shadow Jim pulled into his allocated parking space tired and grubby, looking forward to a hot shower, cup of tea and a home cooked meal with his family. Sara was a terrific cook. He grinned. … Continue reading
She found the letter purely by accident. Having read and re-read it, she was convinced the subject was her husband. What to do? Should she show him? Should she say something? How would he react?