Linda G. Hill

Life in progress

17. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

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Sunday, September 17th, 1:00pm
Agatha and Kitty

 

Agatha: When we get home, I think I’ll need a cup of tea.

Kitty stares out the window silently.

Agatha: All this traveling on the bus is for the birds. I’m not as young as I used to be.

Kitty regards Agatha and looks back out the window.

Agatha: I see all these young people, the boys with their bottoms hanging out of their pants and the girls … (shakes her head) If I’d tried to go out in the things the girls wear these days, my mother would have sent me to my room without any dinner. But, times change. I suppose I’m just old-fashioned.

Kitty turns to Agatha and blinks.

Agatha: You’re such a good girl, aren’t you pet?

Kitty yawns.

Agatha: Where would I be without you?

Kitty: Probably sitting at home drinking tea instead of taking me out to buy new jeans.

 

Next stop: Monday, September 18th, 8:00am

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Author: LindaGHill

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5 thoughts on “17. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

  1. Very true! Grandmother…I can see that. I felt Kitty as someone who’s been through stuff and has Agatha as a friend to balance or mellow her out from what she’s been through. She enjoys the ‘normalcy’ of Agatha’s life perspective.

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  2. This is interesting! Who could Kitty be? Is Agatha her Sugar Mamma? Are they friends? Hmm…

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  3. In the absence of details, my mind is inserting all sorts of sinister. Is Kitty a bad girl? Wait! Don’t tell me. I love this series so much!!!

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