“Let me get this straight, you think I destroyed my furniture and set my home aflame?”
Every morning at exactly 7:30 AM, he would seat at the counter
Everything she was holding fell as she stood outside the mini-mart, gasping.
“Are you sure you want to visit this place?” Caitlin said as she helped her mother out of the car.
Note: This is part non-fiction!
“Hey, did you hear? Maggie said, “Kathy got herself a job.”
What’s going on in here? She wondered as she turned on the lights and blew out the candles.
Every time she walks down the street, people starts gawking. What is she doing? They wonder. Why is she hitting her head?
“Just how many pictures do you need to take of the port?” Annie said. Their cruise ship hadn’t set sail yet and already, her sister, Spencer, had snapped at least a hundred pictures of the port.
There was a house a block from ours, a house our parents specifically told us to avoid.
He stumbled into the courtyard and lit a cigarette.
Grandma opened her eyes for the last time that night, then she recalled,
“Mommy, it’s snowing!” Michelle rests her chin on her hands as she watches the white fluffy snow fall from the sky.
Her screams could be heard a mile away. When her husband came to her side and asked what was wrong, she stood paralyzed with fear and pointed at the ground
“Where are we heading again?” Haylie asked, carrying a cooler full of ice and bait.
Standing by the window with a mug of coffee, she glanced out the window. The snow had stopped and a light freezing mist had begun falling, making the pavement below slippery and glossy. “I ain’t going out today.” She spoke as she heard tiny footsteps behind her. Single-handed, she picked up the kitty and tucked…
To read my previous attempt, click here… I remember the day when my dad purchase this old piece of clunker perfectly.
Around the corner in the chapel, she could hear “Here Comes the Bride” playing via the acoustic organ.
Anxiously turning the golden ring in my hand, I’m torn between ending my engagement and giving him a second chance.
“Is it safe?” She asked, examining the contraption.
“What the hell is that?” He pointed at the surveillance photo.
It’s Christmas Eve and there he was, racing across three states to make an emergency delivery.
“Will Josh be okay, daddy?” Kylie asks, staring out the living room window.