Tag: Short Story

Past Imperfect – #519

Note: I dug this one out of the archives, mainly because that last line is more relevant than ever, considering the past few weeks in America…   Meanwhile, in one of those conservative states where people voted for Trump because they apparently relish alternative facts over progress, another […]

Almost Wordless Wednesday – #14

For this week’s writing prompt, we find ourselves in Waxahachie, Texas, thirty or so miles south of Dallas. (Trivia note: They filmed much of 1984’s “Places in the Heart” around here. This is the movie which garnered Sally Field her second Academy Award, and she uttered the infamous […]

Past Imperfect – #291

Peggy: “I don’t know about this. Explain to me again why I’m holding a gun and wearing this outfit?” Photographer: “Two guns, actually. Perhaps math was not your favorite subject in school. Anyway, you are showing the world that you are taking charge of your life but can […]

Circles in the Sand

New Note: Google+ is now essentially defunct, becoming yet another desiccated body on the internet highway. But as a companion piece to my recent “Confessions of a Social Media Dork” post, I thought I’d share this little nugget from back in the day, as the thought process can […]