#3things #361

Your three things today are:

SENTIMENT
CEMENT
SEASON

It was the middle of summer, jade’s favourite season. She had picked some flowers for her grandmother. She wanted to show her appreciation for her. She was very close to her grandmother.
She had chosen daisies, she knew her grandmother loved them, she would bring her a cake, and the bunch of daisies she’d picked. She knew her grandmother would appreciate the sentiment.
She took the bus to her grandmothers cottage. It was about an hours bus trip to get there. She got there around 2 Pm, her grandmother was delighted to see her, and, she was even more delighted when she saw the daisies in Jade’s hand.
They sat together for the afternoon, eating cake, drinking tea, and catching up and talking about old times. Jade was her happiest when she visited her grandmother, she felt so loved and enjoyed hearing all of her wonderful stories.
All too soon it was time for jade to leave.

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Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

12 thoughts on “#3things #361”

      1. Gram was a seamstress and when they came for holidays, would make my sister and I new frocks. Our dollies were the best dressed on the estate as she made outfits for them too with the remnants. Trouble was, in some instances I didn’t like the dresses and had to wear them twice as I had my sister’s hand-me-downs.

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