Look at that GORGEOUS sunrise!! Gorgeous. It literally took my breath away. I got up all early this morning, and watched the sunrise from Paul’s gym as I worked out to the magic of My 600 Pound Life. Little did I know, I’d get my first official death threat today. It’s just a special reminder that life is wonderfully unpredictable. So there I was, driving … Continue reading Life is Wonderfully Unpredictable
I don’t know who drew this, but it’s amazing! Fun thought for your Halloween night: Remember, the monsters aren’t the creatures in your movies or on TV… you walk among them every. single. day. They’re perfectly hidden, because they look just like everybody else. You may have handed one their change, and they may have thanked you with a smile. You wouldn’t have known, because … Continue reading Beware of Monsters
***WARNING!*** The following story got me banned from using Facebook Advertising. Proceed of your own free will and choice. Sarah ran out into the street and sat on the sunbaked pavement, wrapping her little arms around her knees as she cried. Her tiny body trembled as autumn leaves fell from the trees, swirling around her in a breeze that carried the smell of an approaching … Continue reading What Sarah Found
I’m so excited! Immortal Works Publishing LLC has picked my short story, George’s Trains, to be read on their Flash Fiction podcast and featured on their site. I’m over-the-moon happy about it! YAY!!! You can find a link to the podcast on the Immortal Works website: https://www.immortal-works.com/ Or go ahead and check it out on YouTube: Continue reading HOORAY!
Her name is Beth. Well, Bethany, but she prefers Beth. She’s never liked the name Bethany. That’s what I heard her tell that lady from marketing—I think her name is… Lori? Laura? Whatever. It doesn’t matter. I don’t know why Beth confides in that lady so much. She’s a terrible listener. You can tell that she doesn’t really get anything Beth is talking about by … Continue reading Beth
I don’t know how long I was standing there, I just know it was a lot longer than what would likely be considered “normal”. Normally, a person doesn’t just stand and stare at a door before entering a house. They hardly even notice the door. They just reach for the handle and enter. But me? I had been staring at the front door long enough … Continue reading George’s Trains