Telling stories

Cast away, she’d been

Something about that evening told her the world was simply at her fingertips. She could not believe it yet. How can you be so sure of something you’re so not sure of? She was. Totally sure of it. And totally unsure.

It’s been months and months and months since all she wanted was to be surrounded by the ones she loved. She had been cast away. She had been cast away by her past, a past she loved, a past she hated. A past she could not make up her mind about. Psychiatrists say we remember feelings. They say that when we recall moments from our past, is the feelings we recall. So we tell ourselves some stories, which may very well have happened in a totally different way and circumstances than the ones we surround ourselves with in the present moment. Oh, she was so trapped.

Something about that evening was about to turn all her life around, all over again. And she simply could not wait.

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About Madalina Serban

I love children. I love the sea. I love dancing. I love writing. And I love a man who makes me laugh.

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