Like the heroine in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” she’s a fascinating and complex character. Some say she’s flighty and shallow, but there’s depth “Beneath the Mask” she wears. If you care to look beyond the surface, you’ll find the real her.
While “Three Little Birds” was playing, she found herself at peace, not worrying about a thing. She remembered the Marley quote, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
These friends not only share their coladas and pastelitos, but core values as well. For them, it’s all about being real. Loyalty can only come from those who are honest and “They Tell No Lies.”
She’ll fall for the one who makes her heart jump and spirit soar. When she feels free, she feels loved.
“The Handy Girl” at work climbs the corporate ladder only when she needs to change a bulb. She brightens up the place.
“The Girl With the Loud Jacket” prefers the company of her pets than that of anyone she knows. She doesn’t do small talk and will only engage in conversation with a chosen few. Some say she’s a loner but she’s rarely alone and never … Continue readingInktober Day 26: “Squeak”
She didn’t want him to draw her like one of his French girls. She wanted him to put his sketchbook away and come to bed. “Being a Muse” has its moments, but this wasn’t one of them.
Her friends tell her, “what the eyes don’t see the heart doesn’t feel,” but she knows better. The heart works with the mind, so she’s “Not in the Dark.” The truth hurts but also sets her free.
“The Barcelona Gypsy” chats up tourists while discreetly eyeing their jewels. She shares juicy tall tales in exchange for gold.
She remembered the quote about the caged bird, “it’s pretty to look at but it no longer sings,” and escaped. She freed herself from the old man’s grasp and kissed her May-Dec relationship goodbye.