by Maggie Franklin
Maggie is learning about the downside of success — scheduling is a nightmare.
Maggie contemplates the limits of her charitable impulses.
Maggie is not too keen on clients bringing in their own nail supplies.
Just because Maggie isn’t with a client doesn’t mean she’s not working.
Twenty-two years of doing nails takes a toll on the hands.
Maggie doesn’t want her product reps dropping by.
Maggie enjoys other people’s drama — up to a point.
A full book means Maggie has to prioritize her clients.
Maggie’s off the grid — and not by choice.
A rare bloom is threatening Maggie’s supply of breathable air.