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|Keeping Love Under A Hat (standard:other, 1247 words)|
|Author: kathyg||Added: Jan 07 2009||Views/Reads: 1690/929||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Joe and Sally have their ups and downs just like everyone else but a new college for Sally has Joe wondering where he fits into her life.|
It is a Monday, Just like any other normal Monday, and the beeping of the alarm clock reminds Joe that the weekend is over. He stumbles out of bed and walks over to the bathroom to wash his face. Looking in the mirror, like so many times before, he takes a step back and notices something within himself that wasn't there before. "Where is Sally? I thought our talk in the park was helping? Ever since Sally started college, she finds little or no time for him. "I don't want to get in her way. I just really miss the Sally I used to know. Why do things always have to change? ", He thinks to himself. "I guess I need to get to work too." He quickly gets ready for work and drives his car to the diner to stop for a quick breakfast. He likes to go to the Golden Gate because everyone is so friendly and make him feel good. As he opens the door, he immediately feels at home and the waitress waves hello and points to the counter where there are many seats left. "Hey, Joe! How ya doing? What'll it be today? The usual? Let me get your coffee, okay sweetie?", the waitress smiles at him while pouring a coffee for him. "Have you heard from Sally yet?" "Nope and maybe she likes it that way, but I sure don't!", Joe says sadly. "Awww, don' t sweat it sweetie, she will come around. She is probably busy with school and stuff. I am sure she misses you too. Probably waiting for you to talk to her first.", she says as she pats his back. "You always know the right thing to say. Thanks. I like coming here. I remember when my Dad used to bring us here on Sundays. I would always order the biggest stack of pancakes ever!! And my sister and I would have a bet on who could finish it the fastest!!", Joe laughs. "That's great, Joe. Keep remembering the good times. Try not to worry about her. She knows where you are if she wants to talk to you. Go out and have some fun, okay? " "Fun? " Joe just looked at her walk away and wait on the other customers. Maybe she was right. But his heart felt torn up inside and he couldn't Click here to read the rest of this story (158 more lines)
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