Short Story

The Red Velvet Dress

This was not how she had imagined things turning out at all

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Doreen folded the exquisite dress neatly and gently placed it back into the tissue paper wrapping before carefully laying it into the beautiful box where she kept it. She had only worn it once for her daughter’s graduation all those years ago. Where had the time gone? She hoped to wear it again, one day.

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Author and blogger, I am writing a novel “live” on Substack releasing 2 chapters a week. Find out more at Rosy’s Ramblings - rosygee.substack.com

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Rosy Gee

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Author and blogger, I am writing a novel “live” on Substack releasing 2 chapters a week. Find out more at Rosy’s Ramblings - rosygee.substack.com

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