I See You…

 

 

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‘I am as constant as the northern star,’ my husband drawl with a twinkle in his eyes, his dark face breaking into an infectious grin. He held me close and planted a quick kiss on my lips, he’d warned me else I would have used his picture. He is a shy man and very kind. I don’t need anyone to tell me how lucky I am to be with him and see him but I don’t want to talk about my husband rather, I want to talk about you, yes, my readers my friends.

You see guys, I’ve got an imagination as wide as the sea and while I was planning on what to do in the office today (after writing a great article for my editor), a wonderful thought just whipped through my wind, what if I could see all of you at once, in one space,  time space. I know it’s impossible, we’re all flung in different parts of the globe but what exactly is our connecting reason, what is our fuse, what binds us together?

I am not going to answer that question because it’s obvious anyway, I’m just going to describe what I imagined everyone is doing now. It’s 3 o’clock in the afternoon and Alastair is punching away on his laptop, his daughter strolled in and gave him his camera.

‘Thanks babe,’ he said, thinking of his next photo shoot.

Christy, (she’s a poet) rushed through the door, it was almost past three, her babies would be waiting anxiously in the class and she hated to be the last mother at her daughter’s class. Rosy, stopped to wipe beads of sweat off her forehead, her thought on her next trip, she couldn’t wait for the visit to Venice with Gary, her millionaire boyfriend. Clanmother strolled towards her favourite bookshop, she’d seen a copy of ‘The Feet Of Darkness,’ (written by yours truly) and has determined to get it. Danny Breslin is on his next adventure to Kathmandu. Seanbidd scratched his head, trying to conjure his next piece of magic prose. Uzoma laughed heartily when he landed a new book contract with Random House.

And, I am in the office, typing this, I’ll have to dash out at quarter to three, pick my son from nursery, dash to his brother’s school, branched at his sister’s and head home. The rest of the day would be a blur of chores and work at the home office.

In all, it has been a great day so far and I wish you peace, whatever your circumstances. I am going to write more on my other friends, it’s quiet a long list, running into thousands!

Love you all!

🙂 🙂

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43 comments on “I See You…

  1. Alastair says:

    That’s brilliant. Thank you so much for including my daughter and I in that 😀

  2. Alastair says:

    Reblogged this on Alastair's Blog and commented:
    Great imagination … could be spot on though

  3. RoSy says:

    Oh dear – I’m quite the scandal! 😉

  4. pennycoho says:

    What an excellent and fun post! I loved this! 🙂

  5. This is a sweet post. I think it says a lot about your character. A caring person.

    • Seyi sandra says:

      That’s mighty kind of you, I’ll compile a list of friends and write short fictitious stories about them, I hope you don’t mind if I include you, I’ll be apt, I’m at liberty to create another version of you, (the way I see you in my imagination) but it’ll be quirky and fun!
      Life is too short to be serious all the time. I’ll glad you visited!!
      Much love. 🙂

  6. utesmile says:

    This is a fun post with people I know, loved it!

  7. adinparadise says:

    Lovely post. I love my bloggie friends too. 🙂

  8. Love your impromptu writing style. What prompts you to write this way?

    Shakti

    • Seyi sandra says:

      Thank you for your comment but like you said it just happens! That’s one of the joys of being a dedicated writer I guess, you muse and you strike gold. Sometimes it works, other times it doesn’t! I appreciate your visit!
      Cheers. 🙂

  9. lucewriter says:

    Beautiful post and pic.

  10. Ha ha ha! This is sweet 🙂

  11. freddiejay says:

    love it

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    (¸.•´ (¸.•` ¤ What a fun way to pass the time!

  13. […] is just a figment of my imagination and an update on my recent post ‘I See You…’ https://seyisandradavid.org/2013/03/12/i-see-you/  It’s all fiction but the part about ‘The Feet Of Darkness’ is true. The […]

  14. seanbidd says:

    What a montage of eclectic locations and people.. At one in the morning, it’s a great time to think, write and make worlds up.

  15. Uzoma says:

    Aw, I’m so grateful you included my name alongside this list of gorgeous people. And yes, I’m looking forward to my new book lol. Your humility and care for others precede you. Remain blessed.

  16. JK Bevill - Lost Creek Publishing says:

    Reblogged this on lost creek publishing.

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