Judging Others

I only buy Gabriel, the look and cut of their range is like no other. The three friends are having afternoon tea, the shopping trip, their first after the lock down, the streets calm, people socially distant, men making room for women, the elderly clearly respected, in fact, its as if the pace of the fifties has been inserted into their heads, they sip tea politely, while pinching little cookies from the platter, the dainty daisies as colorful as the rainbow.

Mary, i don’t think that bun is going to help your waste line. Mary ignores the comment, the bun is dispatched in one movement. Mart dusts her lips. From the covid crisis she learned the power of patience…. to be….


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