Monthly Archives: September 2008

A walk by the sea (73)

-In the charges of contract breach and violation, the jury rules in favour of the plaintiff, with a penalty fee fixed at thirty thousand dollars to be paid by plaintiff within twenty days. The defendant is hereby ruled to relinquish all rights over the property of the plaintiff, including all non-material property such as composed music. read more »

A walk by the sea (72)

Lindy closed the door behind her without a sound. Her older son was fast asleep in his old bed, the one he had grown up in. read more »

A walk by the sea (71)

Dragging her feet over cold, barren soil that led in the form of a narrow path to the small church, Mary followed the calling of something more powerful than her conscience into the tiny building that was warmed by a mere few heaters placed around the altar, and lit by a few dozens of candles, tokens of zealous gratitude by the newly found reverence of the citizens of Bodeford. read more »

A walk by the sea (70)

The letter lay unopened on his night-stand where he had put it a week before. He had gone to bed that night with a turmoil in his heart he was shocked to experience at the sight of a mere envelope in which hid a few words from her, with all probability words of apology and regret, or a token of her continual friendship in the shape of ink on paper. read more »

Köszönöm

Mi mindent köszönhetek neki…

Azt, hogy elindított az igaz szeretet útján, és azóta is fogja a kezem, bár néha bután ellökném magamtól.

Azt is, hogy megmutatta, létezik kommunikálás érzések és megérzések útján, szavak nélkül, időtől és tértől függetlenül.

És nem utolsósorban azt, hogy megtanultam félelem nélkül élni, hiszen vele önmagam lehetek.

Mindketten tudjuk, hogy én mindig egy lépéssel mögötte fogok járni abban, ami az életben a legfontosabb… szívből köszönöm neki, hogy ezzel együtt is szeret

Boldog Születésnapot, Katám.

A walk by the sea (69)

Part III

Chapter 69.

January arrived with vicious blizzards uncustomary to Bodeford. It upset the lives of its citizens, who for days did nothing but struggle to come to terms with God’s new form of punishment for their real and imaginary sins. read more »