A moonlit evening, Chapter II

Adam woke up wading through his bed and placed his foot on the floor. He looked at his watch, it was 15 past 5 in the morning.

Too early for a Friday morning but yeah let’s start.

Walking towards the bathroom he opened the faucet fixed to the washbasin. Splashing water on his face, he looked at his reflection in the mirror that seemed fresh and he’s about to kick start for the early morning jog.

Adam works for a software firm that harbors development of bugs in the computer program. He is responsible for introducing and removing bugs from software products of the firm and people knew him by the tag ‘Software Engineer’. His colleagues recognized him as a very easy-going young man in his early twenties. One can always see him wearing a pleasant grin on his face. He always does things at his own consent and followed his rules and looked matured even at this young age. His co-workers admired him for his energetic look and sensible talks. His silky black hair is always well combed parting from the left and his eyebrows never needed threading. He spoke clearly and never annoyed liked those college grads with silly talks. One could easily judge with the first impression that Adam is a man of principles.

Soon after the morning jog, he hit the showers and got ready for his lethal routine. He dressed up for the day and got into the car and keyed-in as the Volkswagen started revving. As he reached his workstation, he carried his laptop and walked towards the cafeteria to make a coffee and rushed inside the meeting room.

By the time he stepped out of the meeting, his digital clock displayed 6:30 pm.

He got on his car and lowered his front door glass and felt a soft breeze sailing through and had a whispering voice hit his ear drums like it had been traveling with the wind that uttered the name ‘Sarah’.

Damn, he gasped. Hastening his hands, he reached for his mobile in his pocket. He had completely forgotten about his first message to his newly added stranger. Unlocking his phone, he opened the messenger app and found a notification in the chat window. As he opened, he found the reply for his text that read.

Hi Adam.


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