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Cheeky Mary

Oh Rebecca you incited me to find a cheeky Mary with your 'Mornings with Mary' post today!
Thinking back fondly to my youth and my best friend whose name actually was Mary,
she was really really cheeky, she had a gap between her two front teeth,
and a smile that charmed the ducks off of the water :~)
She introduced me to my love many moons ago,
he being several years older than me resisted Mary's promptings as long as he could,
but as she was very cheeky and persuasive we ended up together!


So another Mary story,
how I love reminiscing all the Mary meanings in my life,
which in turn fires me up to spread the Mary message of love and connection.

Posting to ~
Mornings with Mary
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

judie said…
Sometimes, cheeky is good. Hmmmm?? Great Mary story! :)
rebecca said…
my darling sue,

of course anything that encourages you to unleash a story close to your heart, i am all ears for! cheeky enough to charm ducks off water? now that is an image that delights!
i love you and every story you are ready to share.
sharing our marys sure is fun.
xoxoxo
Annie said…
I love your story. What a romance.
Maggie Grace said…
This was fun to read. I had that gap in my teeth until 2004 when I had it fixed. Hated that space. lol. Your friend Mary sounds like a gem. Thank you for sharing her spirit with us.
Introverted Art said…
this is so beautiful Sue. Mary is such a beautiful figure for women. Cheeky is always good!
Hettienne said…
A lovely post Judie!! A reminder that Mary is not only demure :D
Hettienne said…
my apologies Sue for calling you Judy!

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