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As we all step into 2021, in some ways, 2020 seems far away but so very much more than the old adage of ‘It’s so last Year’. So much has changed since Jan 6 – an unbelievable moment in history in the USA for sure, but for the rest of the world as well.
An absolute historic day today in the USA with us taking action to preserve democracy not only for America, but for the world as well.
So as we trudge further into 2021, be tolerant of others & be kind to each other. Continue to stay safe & be ready for a vaccine to save all lives.
Thanks as always for following along. I enjoy hearing back from you all. Stay safe & warm & toasty these cold days!!
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Sequel Chapter 2 – Fun and Games Toronto Style
“So I scanned the gallery.” Tina continued. “And I saw you talking to some guy in a business suit and you had your back to me.”
“I don’t know how that could have happened.” Bette frowned, knowing she didn’t take her eyes off the blonde all evening.
“Well you were for a minute. Just long enough.” Tina joked. “So I saw my chance and took it.”
“Chance?” Bette tilted her head. “What chance?”
“You knew what I did for a living and where I worked, so I thought you would have it easy to find my phone number and call me.”
“You knew I would call you?”
“Yeah. I had a pretty good idea you would.” Tina’s smile widened just a little more as if possible. “God babe, we were pretty obvious all night, staring at each other like no one else was there. Following each other with our eyes. I didn’t quite understand what I was feeling, but I knew I had to see you again. So I took my shot.”
“I’m glad you did.” Bette grinned.
“Me too.” Tina kissed the back of Bette’s hand. “So after we said goodnight to a few people, Eric went to get my wrap and while he’s gone I strategically staged the earring by one of the sculpture displays. You know, propped it up so someone would find it.”