Calendar Girl

And besides, she heard Jeannie’s voice in her mind, if you’re that goddamn curious, ask him!

Melinda rose about 10 a.m., showered and dressed quickly. On her way to the kitchen, she noticed the Christmas tree lights were on. That softened her heart, because she knew Josh must have done that for her before he left that morning. He knew that she loved to stare at the flickering, colored lights on the tree. Josh always joked that it would have to do until they had a fireplace.

In the kitchen, she made coffee and sat looking at the twinkling Christmas tree.

Maybe I am beginning to obsess about his date book.

But another part of her, and it was becoming more strident every day, told her that something was going on.

Something was not right.





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