The Deep


I keep a drawer of you With memories  collected from the thousands of years it seemed it took to know you And yet I still feel like you are a stranger It’s stranger to me The depth that holds the best part of you And no one else will know who you were Who you […]

Macro-fails


I ran from the class when the teacher announced the curriculum for this semester. Urban Dictionary defines macroeconomic via Macroeconomic

Friday Fictioneers 4/12/19


Photo prompt @ Roger Bultot ”And that’s the house I grew up in. ” “That’s Grandma’s house? No way .” “Yes. I spent many happy minutes on the porch with Grandma watching the inquisition from here . What memories…” “Well , it’s time to get back to our world . You remember where you drew […]

Own Your Vegas Vacation Like A Griswald


I feel like it’s time to do a trip /vacation guide or do’s and don’ts of traveling to Las Vegas.I’m writing this on the way to the airport. No, I’m not driving. It’s 5:49 am the central time in case you are nosy or just a troll. Instead of annoying my husband who doesn’t want […]

Friday Fictioneers 3/29/19


“This is it. The end of the line for you, Charlotte. Your kind isn’t needed anymore and this is proof. ” “You can’t do this! You wouldn’t dare! I’ll call my cousin, and he’ll put an end to your yarn-spinning. I don’t believe you would be so brave in front of him !” The hairy man […]

The OtherShip


Friday Fictioneers 3/22/19 The blonde girl sitting next to me was getting impatient. A few more minutes passed before she spoke in a shaky voice. “I don’t mean to question you, but something is off here. We’ve been up and down, around and around and in a circle more times than I can count and […]