Other’s families - Warm, welcoming, stable, fun. Not mine, my burden.
"Wait, is this a parody?" That was one of my first surprising thoughts when rewatching a much beloved cinematic experience. Let me explain. I first saw "A Room With A View" as a college undergrad. It was my first foray into British period pieces and I was enchanted. Such romance! Such beauty! I don't recall … Continue reading Re-watching A “Room With A View” Twenty Years Later
Two prints side by side. A disturbance in the snow. Two feet, four paws - tug! Footprints and footprints in snowy terrain, December and Christmas
The days are longer. A gentle breeze flirts some warmth. More snow! Bitter hag.
I was having some some fun with Twitter prompts this week. It's difficult to write a story in only 280 characters. Admittedly, some are better than others. Practice is practice, yes? #vss365 (very short story) prompt: #Escape It was always unusual - brown eyes from blue and green, black hair from blonde. Gene testing confirmed … Continue reading Microfiction Wrap-Up
AWAKEN Same time, later date. Always surprises - the light. Spring is drawing near.
He is easy on the eyes Handsome He can be quite charming Slick His antics amuse some Enabled His power is great Untouchable His desires are rampant Promiscuous And often welcomed Seductive His conquests are many Legend You said - best not to talk Slander Still a … Continue reading Complicit