“And they were roommates,’ quoteth the famous Vine, the one you might remember if you are somewhere in the 15 to 30 age range who also spends too much time on the internet. But as you may be able to guess, they were not just roommates. Not in that story, and not in this one.Continue reading “Matrimonium”
I was headed out for a date that afternoon, leaving early to pick up flowers. Rereading it, her last text listed the time to meet up. I had plenty, even with the unpredictability of public transportation. The last thing I remembered was walking out into the street to get across to the bus stop, thenContinue reading “Lost Connection”
Basically, writers on their blogs and websites and social media often present themselves very seriously. That ain’t me.
That Which Wills Thee [Chapter 17- Final] Old Lewis Mills stayed in the inn with the women and children those next few days, and before his departure, he returned to Jane with a final touch of news. “I hope you can forgive me for actin’ without askin’ you first, but I’ve procured some property forContinue reading “The New Leaf”
That Which Wills Thee [Chapter 16] The week dragged on. Jane attempted to get out and explore the village, but the cold winds that still blew reminded her of the journey there. That, and she hadn’t the desire to leave behind the children any more than necessary. After their paid-out days had run their course,Continue reading “The Wait”