I haven’t done a “Pegman” in a couple of weeks, and frankly, should be cooking as I am having my Tuscan feast for my sisters and their hubbies tonight but I “just took a peak at what the destination was”. And then looked around to see if anything caught my eye and well, something obviously did because here I am!
This week Pegman is back in Europe, visiting the Czech Republic for the first time. You’re invited to stroll the city of Karlovy Vary and choose your own view. Take your inspiration and write no more 150 words. Once your poem, story, or essay is polished, share it with others at the link up below:
A Café of One’s Own
Monique looked around the room with satisfaction. Her first visit to this place had charmed her, but never did she think she would one day own it!
Funny how life works. She always thought she would one day end up in Italy, working in a café in Venice, yet somehow ended up in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Love can do that to a person. You meet someone, fall in love, he brings you to his hometown, and next thing you know, you are no longer just a tourist. Life could not be any better. Over the years, the streets along the canal have become your streets, the people, your people. You have now mastered the language you never thought you could and you feel like you belong.
Then he tells you that he no longer loves you.
Monique admired her new café and smiled. Life could not be any better.