It’s Beautiful, A #writephoto tale

“Daddy. I’m cold. Why are we out here in the dark anyway?”, said my daughter, shivering slightly. “You will see soon, pumpkin. Here, drink some hot chocolate and pull that blanket around your neck more.”, I replied. I had waken her early knowing we would have a spectacular light show once the sun started toContinue reading “It’s Beautiful, A #writephoto tale”

Keeps Honest Men Honest, A Flash Fiction

I remember the times when conversations with my grandmother remained germane but lately they stray in unexpected directions. I have been told it may be due to her memories becoming increasingly foggy now that she has reached such elderly heights as one hundred years old. Just now I had asked her what she used toContinue reading “Keeps Honest Men Honest, A Flash Fiction”

Welcomed Home, A Twittering Tale

The factory where Drew worked already had several safety complaints this quarter. The frayed load straps that caused the large slab to fall would be yet another. This was the third workplace death this year but it no longered mattered to Drew. Heaven welcomed him home. ————- 268 characters Another tale for Kat Myrman’s TwitteringContinue reading “Welcomed Home, A Twittering Tale”

Just Chillin, A Fandango Flash Fiction

“Back again, Phil?”, the bartender asked as the chimpanzee entered the bar. “You know how much I love open mic night, Mickey”, said Phil, “It really helps me relax after a long shift at the lab.” “Did they ever get approval for that new cancer treatment?”, Mickey asked. “Not yet, but I sure hope it’sContinue reading “Just Chillin, A Fandango Flash Fiction”