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08 January 2012

Six Sentence Sunday ~ Chasing Miss Kringle ~ 4 ( @evernightpub #sixsunday @6_Sunday )

#4 of Six Sentences over six weeks from 'Chasing Miss Kringle.'

     The design and colors reminded me of the Native American beaded belts people sold at roadside stands. Vic’s wife, Malory, worked in the adjoining office. She loved her southwestern motifs, each room decorated to represent Arizona and New Mexico. Knickknacks and other items of the same colors dominated all our offices. The décor had too many colors and crazy patterns, made my head swim, but clients were comfortable when they came in due to the warm, earthy colors. And in our line of work, people needed to be put at ease and into a state of trust.

For more, on 'Chasing Miss Kringle' visit:
http://www.crmoss.net/ChasingMissKringle.htm & for other Six Sentence participants visit: http://www.sixsunday.com/
(Need to catch up on the Chasing Miss Kringle segments? Read Saturday's 'lead-in' post found below this post.)

7 comments:

Cate Masters said...

Oo, what's their line of work? Need to read more. :)

Liz said...

beautiful description.

Sherry Gloag said...

need to be eased into a 'state of trust' what are these people up to? Intriguing six.

Ginger Simpson said...

Hmm, ease and trust. Wonder what they do? Have to read more. Good job at drawing me in. :)

Karysa Faire said...

Hmmm. Wonder what their line of work is? Nice six.

Vivien Dean said...

Definitely sets the scene. Thanks for sharing!

Krystal Wade said...

You set the scene really well. I could picture all that decor!