Apr 282014
 

I was standing in front of this beautiful watercolor.  The watercolor was of poppies in a vase, on a table with things all around it.

To the right was an open door, which led to our back yard. It was a sunny day, as you can see from the light shining on the carpet to the right.

Behind me was my mom.

I was tempted to go outside, but interested in being with my mom, too, but she wasn’t saying “Joey, come” or anything.  I waited, there, listening to behind me, and waiting for her to call me and say “Joey, come” but she didn’t. Still, I waited. I stared straight ahead, and I waited.

And this is what I was thinking at this time.  I was waiting for her to say “Joey, come”, which she never did, at least not then.

 Posted by at 8:45 pm

  2 Responses to “What Was I Thinking?”

  1. you have told us what you were thinking about but not what your dog was thinking about.

    • Please reread the post! When it says “Behind me was my mom…” who do you think “me” is? Or “I was tempted to go outside, but interested in being with my mom, too, but she wasn’t saying “Joey, come” or anything” who does “she” refer to? Whose point of view is this written from?

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