From Disorganized Crime, lovely Editing time

                Nelson’s friend stood in front of an old folk’s home, the building was white and surrounded by flower beds, and a well-manicured lawn. Hedges lined the perimeter, green with yellow blossoms sticking out of them. He walked in and went to the front desk,

                “May I see Mrs. Sarah Mcclinton please?” he asked, smiling, the nurse looked at him,

                “Are you a friend of the family?” she asked, the man hesitated, his thick Irish accent a little hard for her to understand,

                “Does she know you are coming?” She asked,

                “Yes she does, her son set up this meeting, we are working on a movie and he thought her voice would be perfect for this part, I just need to record it,” he said and winked at the woman, she smiled, “Check your book you will see that we called,” he said, the woman’s smile broadened, her face turning red as she looked downwards to avoid eye contact. She was pretty, black hair, perfect shaped face, dark eyes that danced when she smiled. She leaned forward,

                “Is there a part in there for me?” She asked, Nelson’s friend winked again, his tropical green eyes sparkling as he smiled,

                “Maybe, give me your number and I will see what I can do,” he said, she giggled reached into a draw and got out a piece of paper, and wrote her number down, and handed it to him as she walked out from behind the counter,

                “Let me take you to her,” she said and Nelson’s friend followed her, she walked as if she was on a runway, her hips swaying from side to side, her hair bounced and looking like some unseen force was curling them as she moved, her white uniform hugged her body and he saw the lines of her panties.

                “This way,” she said standing in front of room five,

                “Thank you,” Nelson’s friend said, and then walked in. The nurse stood at the door, Nelson’s friend stopped and turned to her smiling,

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