Finally I found some time to finish reading your story. I absolutely love it and can’t wait for the next part! I especially adore the way you describe nature. It makes me want to visit Skye more than ever. ;)
Thank you ‘ted1986,’ I’m pleased that I’ve planted a seed in your imagination, now you can go there and experience it first hand. I know it won’t disappoint. Part five, the final part to, “People Tend To Run When Chased,” will be posted on Tuesday. Thanks again.
CARAVAN PEOPLE KEEP THEIR MEANS OF ESCAPE JUST BEHIND THEM:
“Part 3 & 4 have kept me hooked, I look forward to the updates when I come into work each week! A little love story to take me away for just a few moments… ”
— 7thstreetcaravans (Reference to the serialised story, search “adialogue” titled, “People Tend To Run When Chased.”)
This is one addiction I will have to encourage. For some hair of the dog, I’m publishing a piece tomorrow on the subject of truth or fiction. Thank you my friend at 7thstreetcaravans, escape with impunity!
I thought you would like this caravan, a supplement to your latest colourful caravan post - this one in my favourite colour, a beautiful shade of grape. ~adialogue
“On the return journey north, we took our time. Jake loved mountains and suggested a stop at Glencoe, to take the ski lift to the top. On the way up I was completely mute, stunned into silence. Glencoe is beautiful, ancient and awesome on a grand scale. What rendered me speechless though was Jake with, ‘We’ll have to get married. I don’t want to lose you…”
© S. Marian, Feb. 6, 2012