Abe and Molly Roberts had a rip-roaring fun time in the leaves with their three boys. Sure, the leaves had to be raked again, but that was a piece of cake.
The leaves on the trees are turning colors of gold, reds, oranges, bright yellows, mixed with brown. Fall has arrived.
Paulette fell fast asleep, after speaking with her father. The letter, and the cashiers cheque from her family had made her evening quite an emotional one.
The beach looked so inviting to Paulette, as she stood outside the entrance way of the hotel. The sun shone brightly on the rushing waves, this was all like a dream to Paulette.
Paulette had said good-bye to her family and friends. Paulette Lambert, was on her way to a new place, a new way of life, and new faces.
Today, was like all other days since Paulette had bought a diner on the corner of Foster Avenue, and Williams street. All her life she wanted a place to call her own.
This will be the final post for “On the Ocean.” During our cruise we stopped, at an island called Labadee, Haiti. The “Royal Caribbean” cruise lines have two home islands, where passengers can have fun in the sand and sun, and enjoy a barbeque. The island is the last place on our stop, before heading back to Florida.
As we pulled into San Juan, Puerto Rico. The weather was hot, up into the eighty plus degrees mark. After breakfast it was time to explore.
For Heather and Frank, a baby was on the way, and the relationship they had lost seemed to be coming back. Heather’s dad was sick, and needed to be put in a home , and there was the mystery behind the box.
The phone rang and dad got up to answer it. Dad’s face became bright red in color, the grip on the phone receiver was tight, so tight that his knuckles turned white. “What was happening on the other end of the phone line?”