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Part V: Life lessons before dawn

Sweet Dawn. Photo Credit: Tremaine L. Loadholt

Starla had Davie Boy bring Chloe over to the B & B much earlier than normal. It was only her niece’s third day on the job, but she intended for them to get a head start on what would be a long day before them. With the sun slowly creeping between the clouds, Starla opens up the foyer’s blinds to the B & B, and casually greets the first shift employees. Before she can finish saying good…




“soliloque” came to me in a dream. It is a space for my thoughts; both personal & private. Are you listening? Can you hear me?

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