Greetings Earth coteries. It’s J.A. Ireland,
I’m driving home from Guytic City after my meeting with Chief Editor, Vyll Pitmir, and roaming reporter, Veem Weazan at The Wet Lands News. We discussed how my reviews would be conducted and formatted for their newspaper. They were very easy to work with. Putting my book and movie reviews in their newspaper will be effortless.
I’m at a roadside park on the desert highway heading back to Kinkorx. I’m taking a break to eat my lunch and gaze upon the vast, picturesque desert. I agree with my colleague, Maxx Zeqster. The beauty of Sesla’s flowering desert, with her multicolored sand and ageless stone formations, is enchanting.
I’m reading yesterday’s printing of The Wet Lands News. I’m reading an article written by Veem Waezan. It’s about The Refsax Juysaw Company in Kvyutt.
The Headline is: The Refsax Juysaw Company Receives Another Good Business Award
The Wet Lands News: Earlier today in Kvyutt, Refsax Juysaw, the owner of The Refsax Juysaw Company, was presented with another “Good Business Award” by the Chamber of Commerce there. This is just another in a series of awards that he and his giant contained water company have received for the generous donations.
The organization, “Coteries for clean water on Sesla,” has recognized Refsax Juysaw numerous times in the past for his large contributions to their society, as well. He has stated many times publically, that he strongly supports the group’s work and will continue to do so in the future.
At The Wet Lands News, we are grateful for Refsax Juysaw’s efforts to provide clean contained water for all of Sesla’s coteries to drink. We wish him the best of luck with his business endeavors.
Written by: Veem Weazan
It’s J.A. The Refsax Juysaw Company has received numerous awards for its generous donations in the ongoing fight to purify the water to Sesla. Making the natural water on Sesla drinkable seems to be a problem that cannot be easily resolved.
My break is over. It’s time to journey on toward Kinkorx. Until we talk again.
May good fortune guide your path,
J. A. Ireland