“Roses for Megan” by Wanda L. Dooley

Megan Evans just graduated from high school in Westland, Michigan. Her parents are still together and has an older sister and brother, a best friend, Susan, and her love, Johnnie. She has been dating Johnnie for a year. The night before he leaves for college, he tries to have sex with Megan, but she doesn’t feel that it is right and denies him. He gets upset. He leaves for college upset with Megan and she feels it is her fault. She likes to take solace in her garden tending to her roses.

Megan starts her summer job at the hospital and never hears from Johnnie. During her first semester of nursing school, she loses herself in her studies and spending time with her parents or Susan. She doesn’t hear from Johnnie until around Thanksgiving saying he would be home for the Christmas holidays. When Christmas came, he called Megan, asking her if he could come over, but he never showed up and she didn’t hear from him. He did show up on New Years to drop off her Christmas gift, but left right away because he had other plans.

Megan always seems to be waiting for Johnnie even though she reassures her family that she isn’t. She feels like her life is going good. Until the worst snowstorm came to town and Megan’s car flipped off the road and she almost died. However, she recovered nicely. Her older brother was drafted in the Vietnam War as a doctor and was killed when the hospital was bombed. That was the start of many horrible tragedies that befalls Megan.

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Until next time, take life one page at a time!



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