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You're a handy man and I'm not about to take charity.
He turned her around and looked into her beautiful but fading blue eyes and smiled, his eyes crinkling at the edges as he stared into her face, "It isn't charity. It's love. And if you were a few years younger, I'd marry you myself. When do you want it? Judy sighed with happiness as she reread her niece's letter again.
Now she'd have someone help her with the decorations for Christmas and maybe keep her spirits up. The last couple of years she'd barely managed a tree, much less any decorations.
Although she knew that Lori would probably be crying a lot from losing her boy-friend of two years. Judy put the letter back in its envelope and set it under the salt and pepper shaker so she could read it again when she wanted. It looked so much better than the snowy cold of New York. As she had grown up in Texas, she revered the sunshine. She could almost feel her life slowing down as the plane touched down. The seat belt sign flashed and she let go of it.
She had a small bag overhead and one that she'd have to pick up in the baggage center. She wondered who this Mark Sutton was that was picking her up.
Her aunt hadn't gone into much detail about him. But he had to be nice, her aunt bragged on all the things he did for her. She was grateful her aunt had someone looking after her, as Judy was getting up in years now. She adjusted her clothes, and ran a hand over her dark hair as she joined the line to depart the plane. She was anxious to get home to Aunt Judy and be with her for the holidays, especially since this was the first real holiday she'd allowed herself.
She'd quit her job, and wanted to move close to her aunt so she could help her if needed. If she could only find some work in Wylie, that would put her right once more. She could hear bells ringing in the lobby as she came down the ramp. Christmas music echoed over the intercom. The old airport was buzzing with people coming and going for the holidays.
Christmas was definitely in the air. Funny, but it had been a while since she indulged in Christmas. Most of the people had already met someone and started moving away from the ramp, as a lot of hugging and laughter lingered in the air, going every which way.
Lori felt a pang of loneliness hit her for a second. She quickly squashed it. She so wanted to be upbeat and happy right now.
Fond memories of her aunt made her shrug away the blues. Then suddenly a young man appeared before her. He was tall, well built and sporting a cowboy hat. It took her breath away for a moment. Lori was shocked that the man was so young, she figured he'd be middle aged.
Welcome home," He said in a southern drawl that was both warm and sincere. Even though Lori wasn't man hunting, she gave Mark a second glance, noting the nice thick hair and flashing brown eyes. She always paid attention to hair, because that was her business. I'm sorry to inconveniencing you this way. Once they were seated at the bar like refreshment center, they ordered and waited.
Lori shrugged, "I'm really not sure. I'd like to stay, but it deepens on if I can get a job and if my aunt has room for me.
You see I quit my job in New York. So, I have no ties, and I am looking forward to living in Texas now. Along with it comes the gray looking sky that is unending until spring. I don't like snow.
She shrugged again, "It's no secret. I'm pretty much an open book. But, it's kind of a long story. It was not ideal, but it's expensive to live there, so I wasn't happy with the place, it was small, expensive and too far from my work. I had to walk eleven blocks to work, I was tired every day before I ever went to work. And I was on my feet all day, so I was worn out by the time I got home. Plus, I broke up with my boyfriend of two years, and well, I needed to get away.
My aunt was so good to me the last time I saw her. I thought maybe we could keep each other company, especially during the holidays. She seems a bit lonely at times in her letters. And I've been feeling the same way lately. She is a little on the lonely side, not that she complains. But like your letter, she must have read it a dozen times already. She was so excited that you were coming. Mark was somewhat shocked.
Did you work in one of those fancy salons?