An early draft of Warm, for Throwback Thursday. Actually, by the time this story made it into Days, it looked pretty much like it does now. It’s definitely one of my personal favorites.
Rough draft, mostly playing with this idea.
It was warm out finally, and thank God for that, Marcey thought. At 72, the cold was no fun. But finally the winter chill had gone, the wet grass was dried by the late May sun, and she could take her work to the park. So she packed up her knitting supplies, and took herself down to the park.
She bought herself a cup of coffee, and settled into her work. She was making a little red sweater for a client who wanted something more personal for her nephew’s second birthday. It made Marcey’s daughter laugh whenever they talked about her little ‘side hustle,’ as they called it. It wasn’t like she needed the money. She wasn’t hurting like some her age. She just liked to keep busy.
As she made her way to the chest of the sweater, a young couple…
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