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”

The Cemetery, A Twittering Tale For Monstrous Halloween

Sally hated walking past the cemetery at night but sometimes life made it necessary. Like tonight, when she missed the last bus home. It wasn’t a long walk, just creepy. She was halfway past when the ground at the cemetery’s edge burst open and out poured a stream of ghosts. Boo! ———————— 280 characters. WrittenContinue reading “The Cemetery, A Twittering Tale For Monstrous Halloween”

All Nighters, A Twittering Tale

Sunlight streamed into the studio. Morning was here. This was the third all nighter in a row for Franz and it had finally paid off. His term paper was actually done. He would graduate after all but first, he needed some coffee. ————————– 228 characters I remember those days. Mostly I remember actually being ableContinue reading “All Nighters, A Twittering Tale”

The Problem Is Real, A Twittering Tale

The problem is real. Stats do not justify the hours poured into the daily posts. Like the leaves and flowers that dried up with winter, so too, has the inspiration. Posts dwindle, so do followers. Not this year, this year is different! Inspiration secured and nailed to the wall. 278 Characters for Twittering Tales #158Continue reading “The Problem Is Real, A Twittering Tale”