It's 2.35 pm now and Mary is sitting in the room. She is bored and restless. She has been restless for most days. She misses the one person who has changed her life drastically.

Mary was always the girl who is eager, fun loving and very much in love with life. She loves the wind in her hair, the pleasant birds chirping in the window. She is easy to be around with.

But this time of day, she was restless.It is not about the heat of the sunny day or the humidity of the weather. She misses someone. She is thinking about the time on when she could actually get out from work, think about him some more and hope.

Indeed, she is hopeful. She still loves the boy and hopefully he will take her back.

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kmh289 about 8 years ago

I like the simplicity of this story, and the last two paragraphs rang especially true to me. The idea of waiting to get done with work so you can focus on thinking and hoping made me feel very tender toward the heroine.

kmh289 about 8 years ago

I like the simplicity of this story, and the last two paragraphs rang especially true to me. The idea of waiting to get done with work so you can focus on thinking and hoping made me feel very tender toward the heroine.

quezonia (joined about 8 years ago)

I am a novice in the world of writing. English is my second language but i would like to conquer this barrier, improve to be better and open my mind to possibilities. I am a disciple of writing. An avid fan to writers. Appreciative always to the world of literature, prose and art.

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