Monthly Archives: July 2017

RANDOM POST # 12 – RING…RING…HELLO!

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RANDOM POST # 12 – RING…RING…HELLO!

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I looked back to see when I posted the last random post, and it was about a month ago. It’s time for another one!

So far, these have been a look back at all the different jobs I’ve had over the years. I’ve been through the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and these next ones are, I believe, from the very late 80s, and early 90s. I’m putting all these together, as they are all about the same kind of work.

Telemarketing!

Yes, I have been a telemarketer for several different companies. I know, I know…telemarketers are annoying as all get out. I don’t like to get those kind of calls, myself. They come at all hours, and at bad times to receive them. They finally did make a law, saying we could not make calls before 9 in the morning, or after 9 at night. Then there is the no call list. Sometimes these work, sometimes they don’t.

Anyway, my time in these jobs were some of the best. I really enjoyed making those calls. And, if I do say so, I was good at it. I got lots of sales, and appointments set.There were many times I’d get someone on the line who was rude, made nasty comments, hung up on me, ranted about the calls, and all kinds of things. It didn’t bother me at all. I thought the worse they were, the funnier they were. And of course we’d share what was said, to our fellow workers, so we could all have a laugh.

Some of the perks of the job for me were…it was only part-time work. This worked out good, while the kids were in school. We’d get cash bonuses for making the most sales in the day. (yes, I got a lot of these). We could also chit-chat with each other in between calls. I got a lot of writing done, in between calls. My fellow workers were all fun and friendly. Some companies let us smoke, eat, watch TV, or listen to music (some would even bring in music tapes to play on the cassette player for us all to listen to). There were nice lunch and break times. The bosses I had on all these jobs were nice, fun, and enthusiastic. All in all, I loved telemarketing!

A couple of funny stories were… I volunteered to drive a coupon booklet to a customer in another town. When I got there, I knocked on the door. I could see the lady asleep on the couch, but there was lots of smoke coming from her kitchen. I kept banging away at the door, until she woke up. She hollered and ran to put out the fire. So, I probably in a little way saved her life!

Another time we workers were all being silly, while still making sales, and the boss just laughed and said he’d completely lost control of us! That was pretty much every day, though.

One call was very strange. The person who answered just said in a professional voice, “Destroy this number. Erase it from your memory.” Now, they could have been just putting me on, but the way my imagination runs, I took it that I’d dialed some super secret, clandestine government number! Who knows!

One more…this was during the time when answering machines were very popular, so lots of times we’d get a recording…and lots of them were funny. One that I remember was to a household with the name Adams. Their recording was of the TV show’s intro to the “Addams Family”. 🙂

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So, I’ll list the ones I remember…I know there were more, but at the moment I can’t recall them all.

  • Coupon booklet sales (local businesses put it together). I did several of these jobs at different times (Merchant Checks and Super Savers)
  • Home Improvement companies (to make appointments for a representative to come give the person an estimate on roofing, siding, and any re-modeling) These were Circle A Siding, and Community Builders. I worked at Circle A, both in the place, and at home.
  • Telephone/City Directory (calling to update information that goes into these books)
  • Supplemental Insurance
  • Olan Mills Photography (setting up appointments)
  • Silverback Gym (offering specials for gym memberships) …this is the one I mentioned in an earlier post, about working for a gorilla! Their logo was a Silverback Gorilla.

That’s all I remember, but I know there were some more.

Anyway, I enjoyed them all. Remember, the telemarketers are just doing their job, and not really trying to make you mad. 🙂

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I think there is one more job to post about. It’s a pretty cool one! 🙂 That will be next time.

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE … # 187

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE … # 187

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE

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The rehearsal over, they all sat at a table, discussing how it went, over a beer.

“So, ok…tomorrow, the doors open at seven,” Kinsey said. “Zach, Terry…y’all start at nine, then a short break. Steve, y’all start your set at ten. Lights out at twelve. Sound good?”

“Yeah, we’ll be ready to go,” Terry said.

“I have one question, Kinsey,” Steve said. “We’re wondering how can we set up and sell our CDs and books. Do you have any ideas?”

Kinsey nodded. “Sure, I figured you could just set them up at one end of the bar, and I’ll ring them up as they get bought. No problem.”

“Sure, Kinsey, that’d be great. We did think of that, but weren’t sure if it’d be too much trouble for you,” Steve said.

“Nope, not at all.”

They kept talking for awhile longer. “One more round, guys, then I’m shutting it down for now. I’ve got lots to do tomorrow,” Kinsey said.

Everyone got another beer, and toasted to a great show. Ghost kept humming the song he’d sang earlier, and Zach was throwing out ideas of what he could wear on stage. Terry and Steve were laughing at his ideas for a stage costume…anything from a superman cape, to a Santa Claus hat. Zach always wanted to put on a show, and be noticed.

R. J. was leaning back in his chair, up against the wall, half asleep, as usual. Kinsey just watched them all. They were all so different, but he considered them to be his family… his family. Just then, Ghost looked over at Kinsey, locking eyes with him.

“What is it, Ghost?” Kinsey asked, noticing the strange look on Ghost’s face.

In fact, Ghost had gotten a jolt of a thought, that had been triggered by Kinsey thinking of family.

“You were thinking family…” Ghost said.

“Yes, I was, Ghost…because you guys are my family…I love you all like family…” Kinsey said.

“I love you, too, Kinsey, like family,” Ghost said, “but I have a weird feeling tonight…like…there’s more family…” Ghost closed his eyes so he could concentrate better.

Kinsey wondered, not for the first time, how Ghost did it. How he could pull feelings, and visions, and thoughts, and truths, out of thin air. He then felt a strange, electrical, tingling sensation. It made the hairs on his arms stand up, and he shivered. Ghost must be transferring some sort of energy through the air toward me…

Kinsey stared at Ghost, and when Ghost opened his eyes to stare straight into his own, a quick flash of an image came to him…the woman he’d met at Disneyland…the one he’d thought might be Steve’s sister…family…

“Ghost?” Kinsey whispered. “What does it mean?”

“I think she’ll be here tomorrow night,” Ghost said. He looked over at Steve, and the connection was broken. Shaking his head, to clear it, he grabbed Kinsey’s hand. “Don’t say anything to Steve, ok? It might not be true.”

Kinsey nodded. This was the weirdest experience he’d ever had. He now had a small understanding of what Ghost had lived with every day of his life. It was entirely too strange for him, though, he knew. He admired Ghost for being able to handle it as well as he did. No wonder Ghost freaked out sometimes, he thought…it must get awfully crowded in his head, and he had to let it all go once in awhile.

Steve was still laughing with Terry. He hadn’t noticed what had just happened between Ghost and Kinsey.

Kinsey frowned…”What do you think will happen, if this woman shows up?” he asked.

“I guess they’ll see each other, and know for sure if they’re family,” Ghost said. “But, Kinsey, I already think they are…and Steve’s in for a shock…and his life will change in an instant. Either he’ll be happy or he won’t, but it’ll effect him…and me, too.”

Kinsey saw that Ghost looked worried about that.

“I mean, it’s been so long. She last saw Steve when he was a kid, and she don’t know how things happened to him…how I happened to him.” He gulped. “What if she don’t like me, Kinsey?”

“I wouldn’t worry about that, Ghost,” Kinsey said. “Yeah, things happened to Steve, to you, and don’t forget, to her, too. Every one of you have changed since then.”

Ghost nodded, “Yeah, like I said before, we all get changed…every day, a little bit every day.”

“I remember you saying that, Ghost…and it’s true.”

“And, this here one will be a big one. They’ll have to get to know each other again.” Ghost looked down at the table. “And me…she’ll have to know me, and she never even seen me before.”

“I know, Ghost, that will happen,” Kinsey said.

They were quiet for a minute. “Oh, I almost forgot,” Kinsey said. “She had those two little kids with her.”

Ghost looked up at that, his eyes wide. “Kinsey, what if they come live at our house? There’s no room, and we don’t know about little kids,” he said, looking anxious.

“I doubt they’d move in, Ghost. She has her life out in California, now. Probably, she’d just come for a visit, that’s all. And, even if she did move back here, she’d want a place of her own.”

Ghost didn’t seem so sure about it, though. “Yeah, ok, but this whole thing is making me upset. I mean, I’m happy…or happy for Steve, if he is…but, if he’s not, then I can’t be, and all the rest don’t matter. Just that, really,” Ghost said, his shoulders drooping. He took a big breath. “I don’t know what to think, anymore.” He rubbed his hands over his forehead.

Kinsey was afraid Ghost was going to get a migraine, or flip out from thinking so hard. “Ghost, don’t be worrying about it. It may not even happen, and if she does show up, well, we’ll handle it, ok?”

Ghost nodded. Steve looked over at them, then. “Handle what?” he asked.

“Just things in general, Steve,” Kinsey said.

Steve looked from Kinsey to Ghost, knowing he wasn’t being let in on the conversation. “Ok, whatever…well, anyway, Ghost, are you ready to go home? We have lots to do, too,” he said, standing up.

“Yeah, guess so,” Ghost said, as he got up from the table.

“Ok, guys…see y’all tomorrow night.” He and Ghost headed for the front door. In the car, Steve asked Ghost again, what they’d been talking about.

“Oh, just the show…and family,” Ghost said, trying hard not to reveal his premonition.

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Next part coming soon!

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© 2017 BS

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This is a work of “fan fiction” based on the novel, “Lost Souls” by Poppy Z. Brite. All credit for the original characters, places, and some backstory mentions, belong to Ms. Brite and her publishing affiliates. Only newly introduced characters, places, and original elements of this story are entirely from my imagination. Character descriptions are a blend of the original book descriptions and my interpretation of them.

All songs included in this work will be solely owned by the original performers/writers and will be credited. Creative liscense is taken in including them in this story.

No harm is intended toward author, muscians, or people and situations to whom there may be a resemblence.

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The content herein is rated by me as being at the high end of MA (Mature Audience). It includes strong language, violence, sexual themes, including same sex pairings, religious themes, and fantasy horror.

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51 WEEKS/51 SONGS FROM the PAST

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51 WEEKS/51 SONGS FROM the PAST

51 Weeks: 51 Songs From The Past: Week 30: Baccara – Yes Sir, I Can Boogie

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This week Hugh, has asked us what song we like from the past, that has been featured in a TV commercial.

Thanks, Hugh, for posing these interesting prompts.

I had to look some up, just to pick one, since there are so many of them. Here’s one I always liked…the song and the company that used the song. 🙂

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“Double Vision”, by Foreigner, was released in 1978, as a single from the album, “Double Vision”. It was written by Lou Gramm, and Mick Jones, and is on the Atlantic label.

It was used in 1997, for the Burger King TV commercial, advertising their double hamburgers promo.

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Here’s the Burger King commercial.

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Here’s the Foreigner song.

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WHAT PLANET? – for ONE-LINER WEDNESDAY

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WHAT PLANET? – for ONE-LINER WEDNESDAY

One-Liner Wednesday – Priorities

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“On what planet in the Universe does that make any sense?”

This is what my husband said to the person on the phone. He was talking to the cable company. They’d told him it would cost us even more money, if we cut down the number of channel packages we had.

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CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE – FIRE TRUCKS

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CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE – FIRE TRUCKS

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Fire Trucks, Fire Houses, Fire Hydrant

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For the Fun Foto Challenge this week, we were to feature fire trucks, houses, and hydrants. To join in this fun challenge, and also see other entries, just click the link above. 🙂

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Seems Santa likes to arrive in a fire truck! These were from several different towns and even another country we lived in. If you look close, or click photo to enlarge, you can see a helicopter behind the fire truck (photo on bottom left). This was taken at Camp Zama, Japan. The last photo was from a parade.

The ones in the middle are from here, while the fire men were testing the fire hydrants. 🙂

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I SLEEP ON a DOG BED

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I SLEEP ON a DOG BED

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I know it sounds strange to sleep on a dog bed, but it’s true. I have spent many years trying to find a comfortable pillow. I’ve tried pretty much every kind and style, plus all the kinds of stuffing inside them. Every one says it’s the very best. They lie.

I know everyone has their preference as to softness or firmness, but I’ve yet to find one that suits me. That’s why, I tried out the dog bed. You’ve seen them, I’m sure. They are very large, and most are really soft and squishy. I do like that kind, rather than the ones that feel hard. I’ve had neck problems for years, so it’s important to find a pillow that doesn’t make it hurt. I’ve tried stuffings of polyester, foam, feathers, buckwheat (?), cotton, and every other type I can think of. So far, the best is the dog bed.

Sometimes my head is on the dog bed, sometimes my feet. I only sleep on my back, halfway sitting up, because of vertigo. If I lay on my side, I get so dizzy. I tried counting all the pillows on my bed. I got to 20, and stopped. I think I might have counted some more than once. It’s hard to tell, there are so many…of all types. Body pillows, travel pillows, regular, medium, and firm, vibrating neck pillows (2 of them), cheap pillows, expensive pillows…they are all on there. That’s so I can switch them out if one isn’t just right at the moment.

I bought the dog bed pillow while on vacation. I got some funny looks from family, but I didn’t care. It even squished down great in my one suitcase, when we left to go back home. They thought I’d leave it there for their dogs, when we left, but no…it was mine, and I was keeping it.

So, yes…I sleep on a dog bed, and it’s great! 🙂

Here it is, the blue and white. The animal print is my flannel sheet. 🙂

P.S. We don’t have any dogs.

Have you ever tried out sleeping on a dog bed pillow? Would you? What is your favorite kind of pillow?

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CEE’S SHARE YOUR WORLD

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CEE’S SHARE YOUR WORLD

Share Your World – July 24, 2017

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Time for another SYW, with questions from Cee, and answers from me! Join in this fun challenge, and see other entries, by clicking the above link. It’s fun!

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Lipton iced tea. That’s about it. I’ve had it hot a few times, but not a huge fan of hot tea. I start in on iced tea right after my hot coffee in the morning. We both drink it all day long.

If you had to describe your day as a traffic sign, what would it be?

Our street sign by the house is 91st & 91st, going two ways on two streets. Confused. That’s my usual day…confused. 🙂

What are a couple of things could people do for you on a really bad day that would really help you?

Bring me chicken noodle soup, jello, and 7-up. Ask me if I’m okay, then leave me alone.

Irregardless of your physical fitness, coordination or agility: If you could be an athlete what would do do?   Remember this is SYW, dreaming is always allowed.

I have no desire to be any kind of athlete. I hate sports of any kind. But, to answer this in the SYW dreamland…maybe a fabulous ice skater. I used to like roller skating. Now, let’s see…ice skaters like the cold rink/or weather, I don’t like being cold. I like the heat. They are graceful, which is not me, as I’m clumsy, and klutzy. If there’s something that can be knocked over/down, spilled, dribbled, messed up, I’ll be doing that. Ice skaters look pretty in their costumes. I’d look awful in skating clothes, but I do like costumes…Halloween costumes!

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MANIC MONDAY – # 3 – KICKS

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This time, for Manic Monday, we got to listen and watch the video by Paul Revere and the Raiders, song, “Kicks”. One of my favorites!

So, the prompt word is ‘Kicks’.

To join in the challenge, just click the above link. There are no real rules, except to use the prompt word in your post. 🙂

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Do you remember the movie, “Cast Away”, starring Tom Hanks? It was where he was stranded on an island, and he found a Wilson volley ball. He pretended it was a friend, and talked to it. It was a good movie. Anyway…what has this got to do with the prompt word ‘kicks’?

Nothing much. I don’t think his character kicked the volley ball friend.

But, it did bring to mind a funny story I have.

My daughter and I used to go walking around a little park track a lot, and one day we happened to find an old, scraggly, tennis ball. It was a Wilson brand. We thought it would be fun to kick the tennis ball in front of us, all the way around the park. We were actually on the street while we walked. So, that’s what we did. We called it Wilson, like in the movie, and we kicked that ball the whole way. We got so tickled, as we’d holler, “Wilson!”, every time we kicked it a little off course. I’m sure people passing by gave us a strange look, but we didn’t care. We were having fun! 🙂

We kept that Wilson tennis ball for a long time.

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Here’s a song from 1970. The group is called, Alive and Kickin’. 🙂

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“Tighter, Tighter”, by Alive N Kickin’, was released in 1970, from the album, “Tighter, Tighter”. It was written by Bob King, and Tommy James, and is on the Roulette label.

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE … # 186

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE … # 186

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TWO SOULS: INTO THE FIRE

# 186

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“Hey, Zach…what’s up?” Steve asked, after taking the phone from Ghost.

“Hey, Steve. I just wanted to know when we’re gonna do that rehearsal,” Zach said.

“Oh, yeah…I think tomorrow. We’ll go over to the Yew about one o’clock, and meet with everyone then. I’ll call Terry and R. J. and let them know, too.”

“Sure thing, Steve…see ya then,” Zach said.

Steve turned off the phone, and put it in his pocket. “You were done talking to him, weren’t you?” he asked Ghost.

“Uh-huh…we got everything worked out.”

“That’s cool,” Steve said, as he looked out over the graveyard. “I went through the songs.”

“I know,” Ghost said. “I heard you playing, and I sang along to them out here.”

“Ha, good…I guess the old guys liked hearing that,” Steve said, and smiled.

Ghost nodded. “Yep, they said they did.”

“Ok, here’s the plan…tomorrow after lunch, we’ll go meet the guys and do a rehearsal. Then, the next night is the show,” Steve said.

“Good…finally,” Ghost said. He jumped up and hollered out to the graveyard, “Hey guys, we’re gonna have a show, and it’s gonna be fun. We’re gonna sing, and people are gonna come and dance, and now I’m in a good mood.”

Steve laughed, watching Ghost. A tiny thought came to him, about his surprise for Ghost, but he quickly thought about something else. He wondered what Ghost’s surprise to him would be…probably something unique that Ghost had made for him, and whatever it was, he’d treasure forever.

Ghost swung around, staring hard at Steve. “You won’t find out ’til it’s time…and you’ll never guess either,” he said, laughing.

Steve loved it when Ghost laughed; there was total involvement from his blue, blue eyes shining, and his silly grin. Steve could watch him forever. “C’mon, Ghost…let’s go in, now,” Steve said, holding out his hand for Ghost to help him up. He could feel how warm Ghost’s hands were…and, he desperately wanted those warm hands all over his body. Just like that, the feelings came over him.

“Ghost…” Steve said, in a soft, husky voice.

Ghost immediately understood, and smiled. “C’mon Steve, let’s go in,” he said, leading the way.

Inside, Steve could wait no longer. He spun Ghost around, right in the kitchen, and pulled him into himself. He felt Ghost’s arms go around his neck, and he moaned, as they kissed deeply. He had to have Ghost now. They made their way down the hallway to the bedroom, shedding clothes along the way. Covering up with the many blankets on Ghost’s bed, they warmed each other’s nakedness with soft touches, nips, and kisses. They spent the rest of that long afternoon, giving themselves fully to each other, finally falling asleep in each other’s arms.

Waking, just at sunset, they were starving, so made a simple supper, then sat close together on the couch. They took turns reading to each other from a book they both liked. As their eyes grew sleepy again, Ghost laid his head on Steve’s shoulder.

“Can we always be like this, Steve?” he asked.

“Like this?” Steve asked.

Ghost nodded, “Yeah…in love,” he whispered.

“Yes, I think we can,” Steve murmured into Ghost’s soft hair.

Ghost sighed. “That’s all I want, Steve.”

“Me too, Ghost,” Steve said.

They kissed again, then went to share the bed that Ghost tried to always have smelling of roses.

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The next morning they went about their usual activities, killing time until the rehearsal. Finally, Steve gathered his guitar and music lists, and for once didn’t have to urge Ghost to hurry.

But, on the way to the club, Ghost’s mood shifted a bit. He began singing the Phil Collins song *”In the Air Tonight”, out of nowhere.

Steve glanced over at him. “Why that song?”

Ghost shrugged. “I can feel it coming…in the air…tonight…oh, Lord…” he sang, and continued the song.

Steve figured he’d find out soon enough. After a few minutes, Ghost said, “It’s true…I can feel something coming. Something strange is in the air.”

“Yeah…what? It isn’t night yet,” Steve said.

“Well, it will be…night, I mean…and I don’t know if it will be this night or the next, but it’s giving me chills…look…” he held out his arm, to show Steve. Then he rubbed his hands over his arms to warm them.

“Dude, just put your jacket on,” Steve said, trying to laugh it off.

“It’s not that kind of cold, Steve. Just watch…something is about to happen. Remember I told you, ok?”

“Ok, guess we’ll see…” Steve said, but he was a bit creeped out, now.

They were at the Yew, now, so got their gear and went inside. Terry was already there, setting up his drums. R. J. had just walked in the back door, with his bass. Kinsey greeted them all.

“Man, it’s good to see everyone getting together again. It’s gonna be a packed house tomorrow night. I even got calls asking if they need reservations. Never had that happen before.” He was excited.

“That’s great, Kinsey,” Steve said. We’re stoked to be playing again, too. He got up on the stage, unpacking his guitar. “Hey, Terry, R.J., y’all got the set list, right…the order and all?”

Terry nodded. “Yep, we’re all set, Steve.”

“Good…we’re going on after Zach and y’all are done, but we can start the rehearsal, since Zach isn’t here yet,” Steve said. He looked around, to find Ghost, and could barely see the top of Ghost’s head, over the edge of the stage. He was sitting on the floor, writing on the wall.

“Hey, Ghost, ya ready? Come on…”

“Yeah, I’m coming,” Ghost said, finishing his last entry.

They began the songs, as everyone fine-tuned their parts. About half way through, Zach and Trevor arrived.

“There y’all are,” Kinsey said. “Haven’t seen ya around the last few days. How’s it going?”

“Aw, Kinsey, we just stayed home and relaxed awhile…or something…and…” Zach said.

“Never mind, Zach…I get the picture,” Kinsey said, and laughed. “The guys are about done with their rehearsing. You’re up next.”

“I’m ready,” Zach said. “Terry gave me the line-up of what we’re playing, and he’s even letting me sing a couple of my original songs. So yeah, we’re ready for the show.”

Trevor had gone over to the stage to watch Lost Souls. He still was in awe of them. Steve was so intense, and Ghost was flighty, at best, but when they performed, it came together like nothing else. Zach joined him, watching as they finished up.

“Great job, guys,” Steve said, “I think we’re ready for tomorrow.”

Terry and R. J. took a break before their turn with Zach. Zach was geared up, and full of energy. He loved being a singer in a band. One of his lifelong dreams was fulfilled, here in this little backwoods town. A few years ago, he’d never have thought it possible.

Ghost and Zach exchanged secret looks, confident their plans had worked out. Then Zach was on…singing for all he was worth.

“He needs to save some of that for tomorrow,” Steve said, shaking his head, but laughing at the same time.

Ghost felt like dancing around, and pulled Steve to the dance floor, in front of the stage. Steve was no dancer, but he tried, to please Ghost. Kinsey stood to the side, laughing at the sight. He remembered how much he loved his friends, his job, and his town.

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*In the Air Tonight”, written & sung by Phil Collins, on the album, “Face Value”, released January 5, 1981, on the Virgin label.

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Next part coming soon!

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© 2017 BS

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This is a work of “fan fiction” based on the novel, “Lost Souls” by Poppy Z. Brite. All credit for the original characters, places, and some backstory mentions, belong to Ms. Brite and her publishing affiliates. Only newly introduced characters, places, and original elements of this story are entirely from my imagination. Character descriptions are a blend of the original book descriptions and my interpretation of them.

All songs included in this work will be solely owned by the original performers/writers and will be credited. Creative liscense is taken in including them in this story.

No harm is intended toward author, muscians, or people and situations to whom there may be a resemblence.

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The content herein is rated by me as being at the high end of MA (Mature Audience). It includes strong language, violence, sexual themes, including same sex pairings, religious themes, and fantasy horror.

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CEE’S ODD-BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE

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CEE’S ODD-BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: July 23, 2017

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It’s time for another round of find the odd-ball photos, hosted by Cee! It’s fun…and it can be anything you consider to be odd. Join in, and see other entries, by clicking the above link. 🙂

Here’s mine for this week!

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  • restaurant sign over the condiment table
  • potatoes growing weird shapes
  • messed up photo (seems the word ‘wishes’ is backwards!)
  • my painted rock I left for someone to find

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