Harrison cries

Marzeus von Hemelen By Marzeus von Hemelen, 26th Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Can you talk yourself to tears? Great, so can Harrison my brother. His own sob stories make him cry on demand.

Harrison cries

I'm having a wonderful weekend so far. Today, Father, Mother, I, Figgy Sr., Auntie Levenice, Uncle Gus and Auntie René are having our lunch at SpottedFowlspot.

It's wonderful.

When we're back home, Harrison and his two daughters also arrive.

At some point, I see Harrison talking to Father in the West Wing. Harrison can always be so excited about his work, ever since he started trading in atlantean crystals.

In fact, he's showing us one right now.

He tells us that that's how it came out of the earth.

Wow, that's very precise for something that comes out of the earth. Usually one would expect earth crystals to be more like random shaped and deshaped by natural processes.

Not this one though. It looks completely and totally made by a machine, even though it could have been buried for millions of years.

Truly an amazing object.

Well, I'm glad it's going well with Harrison.

Tonight we go to Panarotti's to eat pizza.

At the table, Harrison tells us how his little girl can get him to relax by telling him to think about his childhood days with Father and Mother and how he used to play with his greyhound doggy and so on and on.

Suddenly Harrison stops.

And now he's crying. Read teary eyes, unable to speak and all the works.

Lol! It seems whatwith talking about his childhood and all his happy memories, he has talked himself to tears. Amazing.

When we get home, I realize what a wonderful weekend this was. It truly was magical.

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I like eggs for breakfast. I live on top of a hill inside a beautiful but old dwelling complex. I like to take life in through my senses and then give feedback through my writing.

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author avatar PJ Dorantes
27th Oct 2015 (#)

Really liked your post! Thanks very much for sharing this with us.

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