In The Hollow Of His Hand
“… a lot of things like updating my journal,…” I began.
“So you have a journal…” He interrupted.
“Of course.” I replied.
“For how long?” He asked.
“For about four years.” I replied.
“That’s cool” he replied and asked, “What else do you do?”
“I read, sleep, surf the web, go for walks, listen to songs…” I replied.
“Oh! That’s a lot.” He said.
“I know. So what do you do during your leisure time?” I asked.
“Well, I simply relax and plan.” He answered.
“Really? Just that?” I asked surprisingly.
“Yeah, just that.” He answered.
I could hear him chuckle while he said that. I was expecting more than just relaxing and planning.
“That’s not good enough. I would alter that.” I said confidently.
“Let us see how you would do that.” He said.
After about five minutes on the phone, I was at my door.
“It was nice talking with you.” I said.
“Same here. We should do this some other time.” He suggested.
“I concur.” I said.
“Later.” He said.
“Bye.” I replied and hung up.
As I walked into the room, I met Dianne’s fixated eyes.
“Who was that?” She asked.
In the Hollow of His Hand continues…