Short vignettes about the world around me though my imagination "remembers" things differently.
A completely true (except for the parts I made up) tale about an Osprey’s tail that brought up some blinding memories.
Our peaceful morning walk was shattered by the shouts and taunts from a passing vehicle—a moment of unbridled road rage.
This is not a literary masterpiece. It’s a crappy little short story. A tale of rainy weather, dog walking, and the necessary output from those efforts.
A simple good morning, hello, please, and thank you make strangers smile at each other. Wouldn’t the world be great if we did more of that?
The simplest explanation why we are leaving Maggie Valley and moving to Murrells Inlet is a change of scenery. The complete truth is more complex.
Rural highways, small towns, a big funeral, and lots of crops, but no service stations in sight and I was running on empty.
How do you create black magic in the middle of the night? Two dogs, two rabbits, a bright flashlight, a social media post, and an evil overlord.
The heroic rescue of the boys in Thailand sparked the memory of my own spelunking experience which included a cave entrapment of the minor kind.
The middle of the night. A dark bedroom. My sleep disturbed. I find myself clutching the covers with my eyes wide open. Oh, the horror.
A wink-and-a-smile charming young man, Brad was a scoundrel. A mostly true tale of Brad and his date on a sidewalk in Folly Beach, South Carolina.
The Tide Pod Challenge is the latest teenage craze sweeping social media. Good thing we weren’t that stupid as kids. Or were we?
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