Anything but Lukewarm

She knew exactly the day, the very hour when she became lukewarm. It was the day Trevor told her that he was leaving. Sighing quietly, Jenn sat on the sofa; Ranger jumped on the couch next to her and whined.  “You need to be walked, and I need to get out of this place for awhile,” she told her dog.

After grabbing a sweater and the leash, she slipped on her old beat up tennis shoes, for they were heading to the beach today.  Outside, it was cloudy.  “Should we walk, or take the car, Ranger?”  Upon hearing his name, the dog looked up at the woman who had rescued him from the shelter just a few months ago. When she looked at her pet, the dog began barking and wiggling with pent-up energy after being cooped in the house all night.  “Walk, it is,” she told him. Continue reading “Anything but Lukewarm”