Annelise Lords is a writer of short inspiring, motivating, thought provoking stories that target and heals the heart. She is a Top Medium writer on Fiction. She is a Jamaican, married with children. She loves to think, read and write.
Ann’s new case as a live-in caregiver to Margaret Holmes, an 83-year-old female was a challenge. She recycled caregivers and even her family were at odds with her. The salary was good, too good, so it must have pins, needles, and hidden pain. That prepared Ann for a crisis.
When you give Kindness But receive cruelty in return As our world rage and everything seems to be going in reverse Do the Right Thing!
When our eyes see the wrongs And we look without action Convincing ourselves this isn’t our fight, it’s merely a distraction
Principal John Hilton was disappointed by the amount of money the school’s fundraiser brought in. The amount wasn’t enough to do what they planned. A knock on his door pulls him back into reality. “Come in,” he calls out, hiding his disappointment behind a smile. It was his secretary, Mrs. Colon. She handed him an envelope and said, “This fell out of the box the other donations were in.”
“I am sorry about your mother’s death?” Annabel comforts Maureen. “Satan took so long to call her home,” she remarks reading the menu. “When did she die?”
“Mom please hurry,” sixteen-year-old Miracle Binns pleads with her mother. “I want to be the first person in the store when it opens.”
17-year-old Jennifer Blake asks her Mother, “Was you excited when you found out that you were going to have me?” “Well,” her mother pauses, nodding her head left to right then said, “I kinda lost a bet.”
Jesse smiles listening to her ten-year-old daughter talking to her friends, nodding she thought to herself, “she was much smarter and I when I was her age,” as she turns to go back upstairs these words stopped her, “I don’t care how smart he is, he is dirty, poor and shouldn’t be in our school. I don’t want him to be apart of our project.” She eased closer and listened.