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Pat Garcia
Germany
Being an American living in Europe is interesting. It was one of my dreams, and I am happy to be living it. I am a writer and singer from the heart and enjoy losing myself in my music or my writing. Living in Germany, I speak German fluently, am very good at writing and reading in the language. I am presently learning how to speak Italian, which is also helping me to recall the French language that I learned at the university. I am a voracious reader of books written in English, German, and Italian, regardless of whether the books are fiction or non fiction.
Interests: Reading, writing, singing, learning new technology, playing my piano, playing chess and running.
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Her last chance not to act like a speechless, bashful mouse had passed her by. Amato always told her; she was loved. But she hadn't accepted that. Their age difference had made her leery, mistrustful, and just plain stupid. She'd never believed within herself the life that he'd offered to her­­––a future with him. Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Thinking It Over
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Jamie finished her late morning coffee. Speculating over the afternoon ahead of her, she left the café for her next appointment and decided to walk. In her own world, calculating figures that would sum up her presentation, the shadow walking beside her broke the rhythm of her pace. She stopped. The shadow stopped too. Turning to face the person, she frowned. He smiled. Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2020 at Thinking It Over
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In sign language, Jay explained their anguish. Adaolisa, their adopted fifteen-year-old daughter, wasn’t in her room. Jay and Veronica maintained their independence and didn’t have to live in a complex for disabled people because Adaolisa was living with them. Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2020 at Thinking It Over
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Thank you so very much, Nila. You have lifted my spirit too with your comment. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Jemima. I love hot chocolate in the winter. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you so much. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Roland, I wish you the same. Be safe. Congrats on the comments badge! Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Roland. Maybe you will find out more if i decide to continue their story in she WEP. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Lee. I am happy that you see the mystery in the story. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Sally, and please stay safe as well. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Donna. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Christopher. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Dixie. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you very much, Sonia. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, J Lenni Dorner. Yes the drink was more than enough to knock Zelda out. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thanks, Rebecca. I‘m sure you‘re nice. I may bring Beno’s job into the picture in the next WEP. I‘m not sure yet. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Toi. Maybe Beno‘s job will shed some light on their relationship in the next WEP. I‘m not sure yet. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, L.G. I hope they can find an out time to, but with Beno‘s job, who knows? Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Sue. I love your description. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Denise. I do plan to flesh out Beno and Zelda into a novella. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thanks, Olga. I‘m not really sure it is a break. It may be more behind this than Zelda knows at the moment. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Karuna. Those questions may be answered in the next WEP. I‘m not sure yet. I hope you enjoyed your hot chocolate. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Jemi. I don‘t know whether it is a respite or a protective measure. We will see. Shalom aleichem, Pat
Thank you, Yolanda. I have learned so much about characterization and plot since i have been participating in the WEP. The WEP has become a place where I learn how to apply the writing tools i learn. Shalom aleichem, Pat