Jeeves continues the story of her childhood: a new bicycle, and the role of Fate in her life.
The spring she turns ten, she wants, desperately, her own bicycle. All her friends are using theirs to explore the neighborhood, and beyond, quite freely. The town is neither large nor small, Jeeves knows; but it is large enough to have mysterious aspects, and small enough to get just about anywhere on a bicycle. Access … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 293: The scent of spring
The oldest memory is a scent: musty, rosy, perfume. It filled her small bedroom, not unpleasant, but not invigorating. It was a scent that lulled her child mind to sleep very easily, and still does, to this day, if she catches a whiff of something similar, her eyelids will begin to droop. Shortly after that, … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 292: The scent of spring
On a walk under blue sky, soft air scented with spring, Jeeves begins her story.
Our Pine Street friends recognize the scent of spring in the air, and we spend some time with Genevieve, aka Jeeves, Kassandra's new pal.
It is finally Franny's turn to dream, and she receives a visit from someone with an important message for her - and for us all.
Kassandra has a feverish dream about how others will remember her; she wakes uncertain of whether she is ill or on the cusp of a new art piece.
Douglas dreams of his funeral, which he knows is not real. What is real, however, is the lesson he takes from the dream.
David's turn to dream, of what his father Douglas might say about him after he goes. It is surprisingly reassuring.
Leo dreams of his own farewell gathering, and his dream offers up wisdom from an unexpected source.