What can YOU say in six sentences?
Reading the dictionary at work is probably not the best idea because while my mental fingers linger over foxglove, I lose interest in doing anything else. Potpourri: how disappointing to learn that pretty bowl fragrantly simmering in the back of my Victorian daydreams really means rotten pot? Why can't I find postmodern in this particular volume, and what makes the word seem so grand and weighty when it really ain't as big as all that? How about flashcube and the flashback it sent me on,…Continue
The first snow falls and people beat feet to the grocery store where parking lot-shopping aisle scenes unfold:
Sleepwalking legs propel her down every aisle, brown eyes looking for exactly nothing that can be found on a shelf.
His legs scissor-walk the lot, out of patience, out of time, list balled in a fist and hoping to God the crying babies are all at home.
Lucinda Noname slouches in the darkest part of the lot, huddled in her Daddy’s coat, watching snow drift down…Continue