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Sara's Story. A Home That Love Built story, by Catherine Linda Michel

A Home That Love Built Story. “Sara's Story. Rededication.

My alarm clock showed the time to be 3AM when I looked at it, blearily. Why was I looking at my clock at that hour? Well, the damn phone woke me up.

“Hello?” I mumbled into the phone. “Who is this?”

“Is this Cathilynn, the owner of The Home That Love Built?” The voice asked me.

“Yes, yes, it is. Now who is this calling me at this ungodly time of the morning?”

“We have a teen here in the hospital. This is Head nurse, Natalie Colm calling. I know what your place is all about, and I think you need to get here ASAP. This kid is in a bad way. I can't give you any details on the phone, but I can say that this is serious, and it concerns you and what your Home is all about.”

The Home That Love Built. Set-up, Story, and rules. New Universe.

This part is a re-post of my original Universe introduction.  More stories have been written and will be posted here as soon as possible.  Catherine Linda Michel:

 

 

The Home That Love Built
A new universe from Catherine Linda Michel

Consider this an introduction to my dream of a place where abused, impoverished, cast out T-girls could go to and be respected, helped, and loved. It's been my dream for many years of such a place, and I thought I'd write about it.

The Home that Love Built

The Home That Love Built
A new universe from Catherine Linda Michel

Consider this an introduction to my dream of a place where abused,
impoverished, cast out T-girls could go to and be respected, helped,
and loved. It's been my dream for many years of such a place, and I
thought I'd write about it.

I will set the scene...the place, and it's purposes. I'll supply the
initial players...the staff as it were. YOU supply the stories. Tell of
how you'd feel about finding out there was such a place...what you'd do
to get there...why you'd need such a place...what you might be able do
to help out with such a place, once you got there.

Lessons Learned

LESSONS LEARNED

By Catherine Linda Michel


She sat on the edge of her bed, her head in her hands, crying as if she'd lost the best thing she'd ever had, and in so many ways, she had.

Desert Misstake

This is a work based on one of the most famous movies of all time.
Those who have seen the movie will, no doubt, recognize some of the
names and situations described. For those who haven't seen the movie,
the title is at the end of this story.
If you enjoy the story, please comment. If you hate the story, please
comment. This is the first of what I hope will be a series of stories
from me that are complete before posting. Remember, comment, comment,
comment. Thank you, in advance. A special thanks goes out to Grover and
Ariel, whose help made this a better read. Thanks you two. You're the
best of the best.