Mustang Summer


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It started as just a Summer Adventure in his great-grandfather’s ’67 Mustang. Their adventure would spend a few days at the diamond mine just south of Murfreesboro, Ark. Maybe it wouldn’t matter when he caught a glimpse of the doe and fawn as they darted across the road illuminated by the late afternoon sun flashing between the tall oaks and pines. He swerved violently to miss them and crashed into a concrete abutment, destroying the front of the Mustang, but he and Grandpa John escaped with minor injuries.
SHE was the first to stop and help. A baseball cap covered her head and oversized pilot’s glasses covered her eyes. She might have been pretty. He couldn’t be bothered. Another pretty girl had just broken his heart and he was not ready to take another chance. Why should he care? SHE drove away in a beat-up pickup truck. He would never see her again.
He could not have known that she was the great-granddaughter of a WWII Mustang P51 ace who owned the restaurant where she worked as a short order cook and server. The restaurant offered the food that Grandpa John wanted for his Fourth of July dinner.
He really saw her for the first time as they sat at the table. She came back into his life as a beautiful, graceful young woman. He realized he had never been speechless before. He could not have known that she was training as a fighter pilot at the Academy before she came home to help her great-grandfather.
He did not know if he had the courage to escape from the bond of rejection he felt from the last relationship, until she approached with a smile and inviting green eyes.

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