Rejuvenate

“Your hair.”

She reached up, felt the thick flow of hair where just moments ago it had been thin and sparse. She grinned  – a sly and knowing look that conveyed that she had been expecting the change. “You rejuvenate me,” she explained.

I stared, I swear I could see that blonde hair expand. It glowed like a halo.

Please leave a comment with your first 50 words on the topic “rejuvenate.”

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “Rejuvenate”

  1. REJUVENATE
    “Your hair.” I said.

    Startled, she reached up, felt the thick flow of hair where just moments ago it had been thin and sparse.

    She grinned–a sly and knowing look that conveyed that she had been expecting the change. “You rejuvenate me,” she explained.

    I stared, I swear I could see that blonde hair expand. It glowed like a halo.

    Then I woke up-I had been dreaming!

  2. I wonder if what would happen if everyone on the planet at noon each day stopped everything they were doing and said aloud “I am grateful for my life.” And then not stopping there they turned to the people who were around them and said, “I am grateful for your lives.” It is a pipe dream I know, but consider the possibilities, could one simple act rejuvenate humanity?

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