Permanent Fixture

photo-1429032021766-c6a53949594f“What will you do? Won’t you be bored?” Miles asked.

“What WON’T I do is more like it,” replied Maya.

For years, Maya had been dreaming of writing-filled days, with reading and peaceful ocean walks peppered into her week. She had stumbled upon all the ingredients of a fulfilled life, and her bright smile had become a permanent fixture on her face.

By Jennifer Fifield

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Au Revoir: A Tiny Fiction Series

20/108: determination

I’ve got the guts to die. What I want to know is, have you got the guts to live?Tennessee Williams

More from Goodreads: When he was 21, Tennessee Williams (born March 26, 1911) was a struggling writer with a job he hated at the International Shoe Company. Determined to succeed, he wrote a story every single weekend for three years.

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