Remember the first time we sat across from one another making eye contact? It was great, wasn’t it? We had so much fun that day, intermingling and bonding in ways that should have waited. Who cares about worldly standards when we have this moment at this time? Well, we had it until it was time […]
“I didn’t think it could get any worse,” Diane said. “The day began terribly when my alarm clock failed to sound off and I was late leaving for work.” “Yeah, that sucks,” Lena replied. “I burnt my breakfast. Put too much sugar in my coffee, which made it disgusting.” “Oh, man,” Lena […]
You do that entirely too well. Only in my dreams can I think like you. Behave like you. Perhaps, however, it is a good thing that I don’t. Otherwise, no one would ever know what love is.
She decided that she would wait a few days before picking up the phone again. He had already told her things that most would expect a woman to want to hear from a man. Did he really meant what he had said or was he just after “that thing”? For the third day in a […]
In keeping it short, sweet and fairly creative today I’d like to share a few six word stories I created, which tell their own stories individually and collectively: Because of you I shine brightly. I wish you had smiled more. I wish you could smile again. I know I made you smile. Limited viewings, lasting […]
It was so offensive it made her cry. She’d wondered if buttermilk could really go bad. Now she knew the answer for sure. Though some things were rotted and fermented to desired states for consumption, there were some already sour that could spoil even more. So much for the buttermilk pound cake she planned. (C) […]
“Have you noticed that sales associate following us? She’s been watching us the entire time we’ve been in here,” the shorter one whispered to the taller one on their way to the cashier to purchase their dresses.
When the obvious isn’t so obvious…
From the book Sunlight, Coffee and Roses It was calling my name. So I got it. Bite after bite I just couldn’t get enough. It took me to a place of euphoria. A high which cannot be described for there was nothing to compare to. That kind of feel good that melts in your mouth […]
“You shouldn’t say things like that,” my mother warned me a few days ago…I didn’t really want him to die. I just wanted him to go somewhere…and never come back.