The Woman underneath the glasses

Great post for #1000speak

From diapers and tutus to meetings and boardrooms

Compassion is the act of going out of one’s way to help someone else either emotionally, physically or spiritually. It means to put all judgment aside and just offer simple assistance to  someone.

While standing in line a Starbucks yesterday I waited patiently as a woman with her two-year old child were getting their treats. The child, cute as a button with brown shirley temple like curls and glasses on her face. I will never understand how anyone can get a two year old to keep glasses on their face! But I digress. The mom was gorgeous, well manicured and kept her sunglasses on. Making me  wonder what she was hiding to be honest.

As the little girl was standing there, mom handed her an apple juice and proceeded to order her drinks. The apple juice pills because well, she is only two after all and she’s a kid. The mom…

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About dalefurse

Children and YA author known to branch out into other fiction genres.
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One Response to The Woman underneath the glasses

  1. I agree to a point. My bigger concern is for that child. What is she learning about herself, and about life?

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