He spots her at the bus stop. Long auburn hair, piercing blue eyes. Nervous, unsure of herself, not making eye contact with anyone. It’s very endearing in a world of overconfident, egotistical girls only interested in seeing who is looking at them. He is smitten. His mother would like her. The bus stops, he's first … Continue reading Serendipity
My granny always said the one thing she hated about getting old was there was no roadmap. She once told me to make a map, and get out of this forsaken place, or I’ll end up like her. I didn’t want that; I’d prove to everyone I was somebody. At school, I studied hard winning … Continue reading Just Like Granny
The world seems to be filled with sadness and fear. Maybe it's 24h/7hr access to the news on the television or internet. But we seem to be constantly immersed in others peoples grief and misery. I now catastrophic news sells better. An earthquake in a Greek island where houses tumble like dominoes or a tsunami in some island we … Continue reading The world as we know it.