At uni, he held her hair during hangovers. Later he held it through the morning sickness. After chemo there was no hair, so he held her hand.
Always been one of my favourites Ragel! Hope to see more soon! x
It’s so cute…now that’s true love
Brilliant. Thing is, she pop’s these quality 140’s out at an alarming rate
I absolutely adore this story–the perfect use of limited characters.
Fantastic, you pack so much in and say a great deal with so few words. Amazing.
Wow Ragel, this is so touching. Love your tweets! Glad you made it on here x
Wow, thank you everyone! (And those of you who commented under duress, your bouncy cheques are in the mail!)
Seriously though, if only you knew how irritatingly verbose I am in person you’d be shocked. So being published on here, where brevity has been turned into the finest art – is a complete honour.
Poignant and beautiful!
Very appropriate as October is Breast Cancer month!
Amazing. You have captured a lifetime of true love in only two sentences. Poignant enough to bring a tear to an eye.
Love your wit and humour Ragel. Hence moi is your favourite stal…I mean, fan
Thank you so much, everyone! Believe me, I’ve written more than my fair share of duds in the past, but your lovely and incredibly kind comments are definitely encouraging me to keep going.
In fact, I might even work up the guts to submit another one!
Wonderful… Poignant… Beautiful…
’nuff said Redsaid!