Falling from the moon

falling from the moon

Falling from the moon, the stars said arh!  the earth cried see you soon. It did not seem so far when I had started out but now I have some doubt.

The twinkling stars whizzed by as I waved the moon goodbye. I felt that I could fly, zoom up and light the sky. I began to shudder and shake, if I hit the earth too soon I would break.

Then wham my wings whipped out,with a bang. The relief surged through me, the fall had rather stretched my belief.

Then like thunder dancing in an angry sky, I took my place among the clouds, you ask me why.

I opened my eyes wide and the lightening flashed I saw so far that all my hopes were dashed. It was more than I wanted to know. I could not cope I just cried so.

Falling from the moon, the stars said arh!  the earth cried see you soon. It did not seem so far when I had started out but now I have some doubt.

Mary and Jo part11

busy Annya

Annya was busy she had three rooms left to do then another hallway after that she would be through. Suddenly her vacuum died and went quiet, turning round she found the housekeep looking concerned and white!

“According to your records you were a doctor in your country, is that true.”  “Yes “said Annya , thinking that was another life, “just what is that to you. ” It is that young couple staying David’s room they have no money and she is not well. Could you check her out  I will get Hannah to finish off your rooms.

Without another word the two women made for David’s  snug Annya pleased to be able to use her given expertise, felt like giving the Jean a hug! When they arrived Mares looked stressed with pain, fear in her eyes. When she was told of Annya’s skills she was so relieved she cried. Irena was there too and she smiled at Annya you need to reassure our patient that we know just what ticks and what she has here now is a case of  Braxton Hicks.

Annya checked Mares out and  with Irena she agreed that  for Mares to rest and for the couple to stay there really was great need. Jean the housekeeper smiled and said that would be fine David was sharing with the concierge and the manager had seen the couples good effect on his business so he certainly would not mind.

Irena  gently told Mares that before she had travelled here and be come a maid she had been a midwife and Annya was a doctor and so a birthplan the three of them made. Jo was so relieved he went for a walk and as he was hoping Gabe turned up for a talk. Gabe told him to fear not that all would go well and after the babe was born as soon as Annya told them all was well they should pack up and go.

Happily humming Annya almost skipped along to her room and from the very back of her cupboard she dug out her Drs bag and her books from where they had laid hidden in the gloom.At last she thought, I can again do just what I love, even if it was just for a short time it was like a gift from up above.Irena too was happy she and Annya were good friends they had travelled to this hotel together and now together they could practice medicine again!

Magi.com had landed and were Hilton bound in their hired limousine they needed food , drink and rest but after that to find the babe they were very keen. After research on the plane they were even more determined not to contact herod.com again.

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