She danced to the beat – her body transported by the rhythm. For she was made to fly – her feet never touching the ground. I thought I’d start this post off on a quick poetic note. I haven’t been doing much writing as of late and I’m beginning to feel the side-effects. Writing connects…Continue reading Aiming for the Stars and Other Pursuits
💀The skeletons on my street dance beneath a full moon as werewolves howl and gather round to celebrate their favorite night. 🎃Halloween is here!🎃 Witches brew sticky potions simmering in cauldrons 👻while ghosts and goblins wait for their share. “Achoo!” went the tooth fairy. 👹Scary monsters and silly ones too👺 ring spooky door bells in…Continue reading Wishing Everyone a Very Happy Halloween !
First of all, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy Sunday. And as you can see, I’ve just learned how to use Bitmojis in WordPress via the Bitmoji Chrome Extension. Who doesn’t love this fun app? To be honest, I didn’t use Bitmoji much on my old phone. My Samsung…Continue reading Catching up to the Digital Age
The Seekers (continued) On the fourth day of their journey, the seekers visited Shewbridge. Upon hearing the villagers’ stories about missing family and friends, they shared similar stories from their own village. Lisette informed the good people of Shewbridge that she and the other seekers would solve the mystery behind the vanishings. Amidst cheers of…Continue reading The Seekers – A Surprise Encounter (Part 2)
In last week’s post I shared part 1 of The Seekers. I wrote that I’d share the second and final part this week, but I forgot that it would be Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. We celebrate a lot earlier than our American neighbors. As I write this post, the turkey is roasting in the…Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving to My Friends in Canada!
The Vanishings Once upon a time there lived a beautiful princess in a far, faraway land. Well, maybe she wasn’t beautiful. And maybe she wasn’t a princess. But she did live far, far from here in the land of Wrunwicks. Lisette – so named after her grandmother – was the only daughter of the town’s…Continue reading The Seekers – A New Age Has Dawned
Too early to set up yet, Ronny lit a cigarette. The target wasn’t due for another forty minutes. Ronny preferred it that way. He liked to relax before each job. It was a time to collect his thoughts and prepare. At twenty-eight, Ronny was still new to the business – just a week shy of…Continue reading The Target
Introduction I started this flash fiction story yesterday while a pot of soup simmered on the stove. I didn’t get a chance to finish it until this morning. When writing a flash fiction story, I try to keep it as lean as possible, keeping it around the 1000 word count. I hope you enjoy reading.…Continue reading A Symbol of Hope
Introduction Becky is a fictional character in the short story that I’m working on. I probably should’ve had this story completed by now, but I don’t. Ah well. It’ll be done when it’s done. You might still consider the whole conversation to be complete nonsense. But I’m hoping that you enjoy it, of course. Speaking…Continue reading Silent Passengers – A Conversation with Becky
Before the Rain I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, so I decided to come clean and share why I’ve been absent – aside from my road trip. It was a nice trip by the way. We were gone for a week, making it one of our shorter trips. We usually go for…Continue reading We Can’t Enjoy the Sunshine Without the Rain