Thursday was her last day before a vacation, and Edward left her a nice chocolate bar along with a note quoting the first stanza of "She walks in beauty" by Lord Byron. Edward wished her a lovely and restorative holiday.
I returned to work Monday morning to find an email to a few dozen people in the company which read:
Thank you so much for the beautiful card and poem. Lord Byron's poem is my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE!!!!!!! If you are reading this and do not understand it, then this e-mail is not for you. Please ignore it. If you are Edward - THANK YOU FOR MAKING MY MONTH!!!!
Isn't that cool? She came into the training room the previous week and mentioned the Edward cards, and looked a couple people in the eye and asked them if they were Edward, but she didn't ask me. Else I would fain have been able to give myself away. Anyway, it's a lovely lark and I'm glad she's enjoyed it as much as I have. Maybe moreso. She returns next week, and Edward will no doubt have something lovely waiting for her.
Don't forget to leave her something from Jacob... I'm on team Jacob. teehee -bfvsaucy
Something special I'm sure. Something that tells of a painful longing while she was away. Something that is sweet and endearing.
You're a sly devil. And well worth knowing.
I just finished reading all your posts since last Thursday. Your writing was mahvelous, Darlin'. As usual.
I've been checking in here for quite a while now, and just thought I'd express my admiration for your writing. I thoroughly enjoy the adventures of your puppehs. The wonderful surprises you've been leaving for your coworker have undoubtedly made going to work something to really look forward to; we should all be so lucky.
Thanks for bringing a smile to my face today as well!
BTW, if you have no objections I'd like to add you to my blogroll!
I can't help feeling a bit anxious, and thinking you're playing with fire - and I hope you don't get burned.
You are so very nice.
How about a bat? I know right where you can find one
I guess I don't get the whole Twilight lifestyle-fan thing. I used to love Vampires and wanted to be one when I grew up - but then I grew up and turned into a dull old fart.
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