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The Sunday driver

I set out leaving my 11 o'clock mass suddenly being approached by a distinguished looking gentleman parked at the stop sign he glances at me from underneath his sun glasses he nodded hello i quickly turned my head pretending not to notice his 1938 model Ford he'd obvious cared for this vehicle more than any human as i headed north turning onto first street greeted by a very old mustang copper pipes dual exhaust making me quite dizzy i noticed his hazard lights were blinking he winks i wave turning on second street passing the book store lincoln town car puts on it's breaks right in front of me suicide kissing doors dazed i was as he kelp his left hand out the window exposing a rare pinkie ring in cased with at least 30 karats reflecting the sun rays he smiles i smiled back continuing through a court way building the breeze lifted my silk dress arousing the guy in line wearing a flawless black diamond sprinkled with chocolate diamond chips he orders two collezione and a black coffee from the french bakery i ordered one lemon blueberry skoan he clears his throat a very dry but chipper hi there emerged from his ruby lips no wedding ring though i turn admiring this grand mural he follows me through the pastel aroma filled tunnel into the gazebo diagonal from the Japanese restaurant i sit down ordering raspberry tea a veggi sushi loaf he scratches his head sending some sort of cue card to the unsuspecting man sitting reading the news paper he smiles stands fold his paper under his arm an admiral nod gesturing he's leaving my eye's follow him as he opens the left side of a classic white Cadillac sedan deville holding the door open for the Sunday driver he rushes away stopping at my table asking me for date today tomorrow soon we exhange numbers they drive off down Hendry street waving my number out of the window bellowing she's a classic she's priceless

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claire keaton 6 days ago
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The Sunday driver, by claire keaton 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
ingrid heimbach 6 days ago
wunderbar
claire keaton 6 days ago
Thank you
Sonja Carnes 6 days ago
Very good reading
Excellent write!
claire keaton 6 days ago
Thank you
claire keaton 6 days ago
enjoyed
claire keaton 4 days ago
fascinating
Nona Vicentino 6 days ago
adorable
claire keaton 6 days ago
thank you
Jawahar Gupta 6 days ago
SHE
IS
PRECIOS
NOT A PRICELESS
claire keaton 6 days ago
thank you
claire keaton 6 days ago
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