By Muriel Gill

Copyright © 2016 Muriel Gill

Published by Beach Books Publishing House

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“What is it Neo? What’s bothering you so much?” Greg asked his wife. “It’s nothing. I’m perfectly fine,” Neo replied, without lifting her eyes to look at her husband’s face. “You’ve hardly touched a thing on your plate, and you did the same thing last night at dinner time.” Gregory was altogether not convinced that his wife was fine. After sixteen years of marriage, he knew her pretty well. “You’re not sick, are you?” Greg asked with great concern. “If you are, I can make an appointment for you with our family physician, and send a chauffeur to come pick you up and take you to the doctor, if you’re too sick to drive.”

Chantal, their cook; arrived with a fresh pot of tea, made in a pure silver teapot, that rested atop a pure silver tray. “Will you have some more tea Neo? I know you love your tea, especially in the morning.” “Yes, please Chantal,” Neo lifted her eyes and smiled at Chantal, as she began to fill her fine china cup with tea. “And you, Mr. Gregory, will you have a fresh cup?” “No, thanks Chantal. I’m not a great lover of tea as my wife, here.”

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