Serendipity: love and other adventures

Daily Prompt: Carousel

It was a lovely winter’s night, and although it was a very long time ago – I remember it was warm. I can still see what I was wearing. The prettiest pale blue cashmere midriff you can imagine. And it was tiny. So was I at the time. Although the top was tiny — loose fit, blue denim jeans hung easily off my hips, a denim shirt tied around them was my insurance policy against the cold. Extremely high shoes and my favourite wonder bra polished the look.

It was cute enough not to come off as overly sexy and casual enough not to appear cheap, I felt great. The blue on blue made my auburn hair and green eyes shine. I felt like I had the world at my feet. And I’m guessing my self-confidence and happiness with life in general were clear for all to see. He certainly noticed.

Who was he? The right boy for me! Looking back, we were both in very different places (in our lives) that night, which turned out to be perfect when we found ourselves in exactly the right place at the right time. Serendipity had brought us together and although I hadn’t seen it coming — the carousel ride that had been my singledom would soon come to an end.

For me they had been pretty hedonistic times with just enough common sense thrown in to keep me out of trouble. It appeared to be different for him. Discontent, stifled and unhappy, he seemed way too young to have the weight of the world on his shoulders. That was all about to change now our worlds had banged into each other hard, in a way that couldn’t be ignored – what adventures we would have.


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