Cyber Flaming Hearts (Part 1, page 1 of 2)


 
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Part 1

Josie was a dreamer. As far back as she could remember she always was a daydreamer. Fantasizing about the perfect love, perfect life and perfect man. Knowing that that life was impossible she lived her life the only way she knew.

Josie was a woman who was very shy, quiet, not socialable nor great at anything she did. She never thought of her self very pretty with a weight problem which always fluctuated. Her taste for clothes was normal, never liked to dress up or put makeup on. She was just an ordinary girl who kept to herself and tried to stay out of trouble.

Most of her time was spent on listening to music through her father who played guitar and sang, through her grandfather who played piano and violin but was more interested in the piano and through her sisters taste of music which later on in life Josie moved away from the hard rock to easy listening and country.

Unfortunately, when Josie was 13 her grandfather passed away which inspired her to take up piano lessons until she quit after 8 months due to a very stricted replacement for her pregnant teacher going on leave. It didn't stop Josie from wanting to learn and listen to the beautiful sound of the piano.

At the age of 18 she met and then married a man to who she thought she was the perfect love. Later to realize that it wasn't love she had for him it was friendship. They did everything together from dancing, singing, playing games, walking, cooking and more. Their love life was nul. It was the sort of love you would have for a friend or family. She felt secure but once they had two children together all that friendship started to fade. Responsibility came into play. There was no communication, no I love yous, just everyday living as if sharing your life with a friend. Josie wanted more but didn't want to lose the companion that she had in her husband.

 
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