Mid-morning tea break

Mrs Wellbeloved buzzed the garden strimmer one more time. Then she surveyed the lawn. Better. One thing she couldn’t abide was untidy edges. She took up the shears and levelled the privet a final snip or two. Straight lines, that was the thing.

Lesley Howarth, Maphead, Chapter 9 Mrs Wellbeloved gets a life

5 responses to Mid-morning tea break

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Well, I did continue on taking photos of the man well into his turn around, and discovery of a stray female randomly taking his photograph. Ill tell you, he didn’t fall in the hole, but gave me a bewildered smile. I pointed out that he matched the striped building. I don’t think he quite understood.

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