Crying in the Coffee Shop

When you’re writing a reunion scene using the names of two people you dearly loved, two people who are no longer walking this earth, and without warning the tears began to run down your cheeks it’s probably time to hit “save” and go home.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

11 thoughts on “Crying in the Coffee Shop”

  1. Aww! That tells me that scene is going to be a good one. Wish you could transfer some of those tears to me. (Not for me, though.)

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      1. Whoa. You’re probably right. I felt bad that I sat overnight with another friend’s husband who died this week and…no tears.

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