Jennifer Sue

The Center: Smells - Part 7

The Center: Smells
Chapter 7

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

The Center: Smells - Part 6

The Center: Smells
Chapter 6

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
All Rights Reserved.

 

“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

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The Center: Smells

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
All Rights Reserved.

 

“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

Halloween: brings out the best and worst.

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Halloween: brings out the best and the worst.
by Jennifer Sue

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August 4, 2001

“Damn it, Heath, try to catch the ball, don’t run away from it,” Dan Waters scolded his three year old son. “You’ve never seen DJ run away from the soccer ball! Now get the ball and kick it back to me.”

Heath hated being compared to his big two year older brother. DJ had two favorite things in life, sports and teasing his sissy little brother DJ was the apple of their father’s eye. He was good at sports and not afraid to try anything.

Heath struggled to hold back the tears as he retrieved the ball.

The Center: Smells - Part 5

The Center: Smells
Chapter 5

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

The Center: Smells - Part 4

The Center: Smells
Chapter 4

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

The Center: Smells - Part 3

The Center: Smells
Chapter 3

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

The Center: Smells - Part 2

The Center: Smells
Chapter 2

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

I'm back

It's been a rough few months. My wife of 36 years passed in mid-June after a 9 years of being bed-ridden during which I was her primary caregiver. She had MS with complications and we both knew the outcome. Still, it took a lot out of me. We'd been dating since high school, 41 years ago, and I've never done anything as an adult without taking her into consideration, especially during her illness. While I miss her, she's in a better place waiting for me. She told me she'd be waiting for me but that I should take my time.

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The Center: Smells - Part 1

The Center: Smells
Chapter 1

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright  © 2010 Jennifer Sue
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“Children should be seen and not heard,” was the too often used phrase that was physically hammered into his budding consciousness before he even realized he could think. It became the toddler’s mantra.

Come Clean - part 3 Second Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

Come Clean - part 3
2nd Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

I'm shedding
Shedding every color
Trying to find a pigment of truth
Beneath my skin
'Cause different
Doesn't feel so different
And going out is better
Then always staying in
Feel the wind

Come Clean - part 2 Second Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

Come Clean - part 2
2nd Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

[Chorus:]
Let the rain fall down
And wake my dreams
Let it wash away
My sanity
'Cause I wanna feel the thunder
I wanna scream
Let the rain fall down
I'm coming clean, I'm coming clean
(Hillary Duff)

Come Clean - part 1 Second Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

Come Clean
2nd Song of the Kylie Warren Saga
By Jennifer Sue

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Come Clean - part 1
2nd Song of the Kylie Warren Saga

Let's go back
Back to the beginning
Back to when the earth, the sun, the stars all aligned
'Cause perfect didn't feel so perfect
Trying to fit a square into a circle
Was no life
I defy
( Hillary Duff)
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I'm crazy

I've always considered myself to be a bit looney. I've been trying to figure out if my birth date is the cause. I don't really think it did but it does make my personal insanity a bit more palatable. I couldn't have a more appropriate birthday.

April 1st... April fools day! I love it. It gives me an excuse.

My life has been a roller coaster ride. Born in 1951, my dad made combat jumps as part of the 17th airborne in WWII, so short he just made the minimum height. He was rough, tough, and profane and a mechanic.

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Metamorpho-sis Part 3 of 3 (1st Song of the Kylie Warren Saga)

Metamorpho-sis
(1st Song of the Kylie Warren Saga)
Part 3 of 3

Things are different now, when I walk by
You start to sweat and you don't know why
It gets me nervous, but it makes me calm

Metamorpho-sis Part 1 of 3 (1st Song of the Kylie Warren Saga)

Metamorpho-sis (1st song of the Kylie Warren Saga)

by Jennifer Sue

Part 1 of 3

I've been so wrapped up in my warm cocoon
Something's happening, things are changing soon
I'm pushing the edge, feeling it crack
And once I get out, there's no turning back
Watching the butterfly go towards the sun
I wonder what I will become
Metamorphosis
Whatever this is
Whatever I'm going through
(Hillary Duff - Metamorphosis)

*****
“Damn, how could you screw that up!”

“Don’t be such a damn sissy!”

“Get up and shake it off!”

The Scoobies Do: Chapter 6 - School Daze

Douglas Deaper was found in his bloody bed. His limp hand clasped the grip of the Colt .45 in his limp hand, the barrel was in his mouth. Hickstown chief of police Seth Poole was indicted for conspiracy and promptly resigned. The remaining junior/senior high phys-ed teachers, while not guilty of abuse, were implicated...

The Scoobies Do
Chapter 6 - School Daze

by Jennifer Sue

Copyright © 2009 Jennifer Sue

The difference in my stories.

My style of writing has changed over the years. My Ladd's Exchange Mall Series is my oldest writting. First put on Fictionmania in 1999. But it took ywo years to write.

My newest story is The Scoobies Do. It's a lot more reflective of my current attitude. Serious and irreverent at the same time.

I hope you like my latest effort.

Thanks for reading!

Jennifer Sue

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The Scoobies Do: Chapter 2 - Gabi Emerges

Gabe looked at the floor. His inability to lie smacked him in the face again! "Part of me is curious what it'd be like to wear cute skirts like yours," he replied softly. "But I don't want to be a girl."

"You won't have to become a girl," Buffy answered as she put a comforting hand on his trembling arm. "But you could pretend to be a girl to round out the Scooby Gang. We'll call you Gabi, and I know the guys won't hassle you about it. Neither will the grups, they're cool with just about anything.

The Scoobies Do
Chapter 2 - Gabi Emerges

by Jennifer Sue

Petticoating Encouraged Ladd’s Exchange Mall Book 3 Part C

Petticoating Encouraged
Ladd's Exchange Mall
Book 3 Part C

LADD'S EXCHANGE MALL had earned the reputation of being quite unfriendly, unaccepting, and unforgiving of what most people accept as normal boyish behavior. As a result, the local boys quickly learned to avoid the mall whenever possible and only visited it if forced to do so.

Mystified by the almost complete absence of other boys and more than a bit frightened by this realization, Dion and Duane decided they had better meet the only other boy that haunted the mall.

Petticoating Flourishes Ladd’s Exchange Mall Book 2 Part D

"What we will do is return to THE CLOTHING EXPERIENCE and get you some skirts, blouses, and dresses for you to wear. That way you can dress and act as if you are girls rather that sissy boys. I'm sure we'd all feel better, don't you agree?" Marge asked the downcast lads.

They knew they were hopelessly trapped and out-maneuvered.

Petticoating Flourishes
Ladd’s Exchange Mall
Book 2 Part D

by Jennifer Sue

Petticoating Flourishes Ladd’s Exchange Mall Book 2 Part B

Petticoating Flourishes
Ladd’s Exchange Mall
Book 2 Part B

Later that morning after seeing the children off to their various activities, Kaye and Andy Bloom arrived at the store at 8:30. As Andy went through the paperwork, Kaye brought him a cup of coffee. From a safe distance she watched closely as he sipped the drug-laced brew. Kaye reminded him of his appointment, and accompanied him to the beauty shop. Along the way Kaye watched as he started to yawn and blink his eyes.

Petticoating Returns Ladd's Exchange Mall Book 1 Part E

Petticoating Returns
Ladd’s Exchange Mall
Book One Part E

Later that afternoon Kaye watched as Andy picked the next batch of prescriptions to fill. It took all her will power to suppress a giggle when she saw him blanche.

The female hormones for himself and his sons was not unexpected. Still, it took all of his will power to fill them.

When he was done, Kaye greeted him with a Coke. "Here you are, darling," she cooed lovingly. "I brought you something to drink while you take your medicine."

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