Category Archives: Generation 3

Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 12

“Make a wish!” Sunglo called as the girls blew out their candles. It was Ruby Red, Rosemary and Anastasia-Blossom’s fifth birthdays; Kobi wanted to do the honors of bringing each of them to their cakes-which was totally fine by me. … Continue reading

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 11 Part Two

“Is that who I think it is? Pear…Pearflower Chiffon?” Cinna’s words rang clear through my emptying head, completely shocking any other emotion right out of me.

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 11 Part One

The stars were little less than gleaming diamonds dotting the midnight sky, painting a faint image every now and then. I sat next to Maroon, my amnesiac husband who had just returned from Egypt- from what I heard, a meteor … Continue reading

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 10

“Alright, Grain, we are ready to go!” It still felt weird to actually talk, to move my lips and have sound come out, but I had quickly become accustomed to the daily routine of practicing speech. That alone made it … Continue reading

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 9

So much has happened…where to start? Perhaps I should begin with what happened about a month after we got married. Yes, I think that would be a nice starting point.

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 8

Carrying a child provided large amounts of fear and emotion for me. Ninety-nine percent of the fear was in the belief that my disability would carry on through my blood, to my child. Of course, one of the first emotions … Continue reading

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Generation Three- Pearflower: Chapter 7

“Would it make you feel any better if I told you I don’t see a single thing anywhere in the water?” I was out with Maroon, at a location just out of town. He was leaving in just a few … Continue reading

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