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Her Sunroom

The sunroom was warm and cozy, despite the six inches of snow that blanketed the ground. It extended to the left of the living room, on the west side of the house. Three of the four walls were five inch thick panels of glass, that extended from ceiling to floor. An extra large hanging basket of flourishing pansies hung in the furthest center and right corner. These beauties have been growing for months, and add the perfect touch of color to the sunroom.

Collete sat in her oversized dark blue velvet chair, waiting for the filter to percolate her hot blueberry tea. The chair was a gift from her mother, and Collete’s favorite spot in the world. Sitting just to the left of the entrence, here, she watched sunsets, read, found inspiration for her writing, knitted, among other things.

This was written for Fandango’s One Word Challenge


“She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the Universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings.” -Ariana Dancu

13 thoughts on “Her Sunroom

        1. It’s weird. I have to feel something. Usually binge reading helps. But I guess I’m in a drought right now. Plus I have a lot on my mind.

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        2. It’s amazing but I got on a writing spree a few months ago. I felt like some awesome stuff flowed out of me. But I also felt like I was going crazy.

          I think you were almost ready to unfollow me at that time lol.

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