Logo: American Artist Chloe Dee Noble

"Bittersweet Memory"

Sometimes life brings you gifts which you ignore, often out of shyness, or not wanting to be inappropriate. This story I share with you:

I lived in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California on Crespi Avenue over by Mission Trail. The meandering path behind my house led over to Carmel Mission, where I was (and still am) a member.
Every Sunday morning I would go out into the garden and pick fresh new blooms. I would make a small bouquet tied with pretty satin ribbon and the other blooms, I would weave through Lucy's collar.
Lucy-in-the-Sky was a sweet, jet-black cocker spaniel. We would walk the trail over to the mission. I would leave the bouquet at the feet of the Virgin Mary and put Lucy on a bench in the church yard. I sat on the last pew near the door so she could keep an eye on me and vice versa. She would patiently wait while I attended mass.
I loved that the trail was an extension of my backyard. Such a lovely place.
to comply with my agreement with Amazon Kindle eBooks, I have removed this short story from this page since they have published this and other of my books.  It is included in the collection of short stories and diary entries in the book "Rear Elephant" on Amazon.  Go to Amazon.com and in the search box put Chloe Dee Noble, this book will pop up.  Thank you so much!!

At the time of his death, John Denver lived in Carmel Highlands.

Please follow this link to Amazon Kindle to read a collection of short stories by this artist.

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