She shook her head, stunned.
She stared into the steam…
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The tea wasn’t magic. But it solved every problem before lunchtime. Some kinda magic, maybe.
He doodled the solution they were after on a napkin. They only found the pen.
I took the key. “It’s really magic?” He gestured at the hallway invitingly. I chose a door, opened it. Magic.
She rolled the dice. The right number meant life. The wrong one… She smiled. Success.
He didn’t read the postcard for several days. We regret to inform you… At last.
Surely that was just my imagination. Stay focused. Match the base. Pour the tint. Put the lid back on- tight. Close the lid on the shaker and listen for the handle hitting the sides. I didn’t see that. I peeked again. A flash of gold, and a rustle of green velvet. Nope. I glanced at… Continue reading Four Leaf Clover
It was just another gallon of paint, like 50 she’d mixed up before. “Oh, that color is beautiful! I haven’t seen it over there before.” “Thanks, we really like it. We did one of our bathrooms in it last week and decided to use it for the other one.” “I can see why. It’s such… Continue reading Sea Salt