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After Cindy left Wendy walked into her study that used to be a bedroom. There are windows so she can see her yard. The desk is a large size so there’s room to spread out everything she needs. At the long and tall bookcase, she pulled out a book and leaned against the shelves as she flipped through, Shade Plants for the Garden. There were fabulous layouts of various ways to arrange a garden. She could transfer those ideas to the nursery, modify them and make them her own. She sat at her desk. She stopped at a picture resembling a forest filled with many ferns. She saw it as a refreshing environment. She closed her eyes to picture a forest scene indoors. She liked what she imagined. She shut the book but left it on the desk.
As she got ready for bed, she dwelled on the career she had now. For years Wendy wanted to be a Women’s Clothing Manager for a major department store. She accomplished that goal and proved successful at what she did at Hammond’s Department Store, known for their high fashion clothes. Wendy used to adore selecting outfits from all the beautiful and stylish clothes. They were purchased by the wealthy, including many celebrities. Seeing them added to the enjoyment of the job, especially when they complimented her when she made good suggestions like adding an accessory to an outfit. After six years of it, Wendy became bored. Because of her split from Scott, she knew this was a good time to find a different type of job.
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