A start

Thomas had been working on a piece in the art studio for about two weeks. Colored pencils were not his first choice for drawing, they were temperamental and the wax did not always blend smoothly without a little heat. The problem was heat changed the pigments. So he sighed and put the pencils away. He needed a break and something to heat. The coffee shop had a really beautiful waitress that he had been sketching. She had taken his order but really did not notice his existence.

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