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Drama

Publisher:  Smashwords ISBN-10:  B0087QB9RW Type: 
Pages: 

28

Copyright:  March 17, 2012
Fiction

A young woman learns what it means to fall from a materialistic world, finding what the real meaning of life is all about.

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Jenny is like most young women living in a very materialistic world. One day she finds herself without a job and homeless. Jenny faces challenges that will forever change her heart.
With the help of one man, she learns the art of giving and forgiveness, putting her on a path that she never dreamed.   


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“Oh God, you have got to be kidding, Denny’s?” Jenny blurts out.

Mrs. Franks remains quiet and continues to stare at Jenny, thinking she has seen hundreds just like this one.

Jenny squirms in her seat, crossing her legs back and forth. Jenny decides she will not stay another minute in this office; she stands facing Mrs. Franks.

“I’m sorry Ms. Franks to have wasted your time, but there is no way I am going to work at some shelter and I will never be a waitress!”

Jenny gets up and walks out of Ms. Frank’s office. Jenny realizes she has left her Coach handbag in Mrs. Frank’s office, turning around quickly. Jenny mutters apologies under her breath, grabs her handbag, and walks out of the unemployment building.




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