Flash Fiction Friday: Watchful Eyes

Here is this week's entry into the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge. Enjoy! “They don’t know, do they?” “Know? Of course they don’t know, don’t be silly. They’ll get on the trolley and go their merry way.” “But shouldn’t they know?” “Why? What good would it do?” “It’s just, I don’t know, it feels … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Watchful Eyes

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Her. The beautiful one that I can never look at enough. The one I never tire being with day after day. The one who makes me smile, makes me laugh, makes me know I am loved. I'm thankful for her. For her passion. For her strength even when fears and worries threaten to strangle us. … Continue reading 14

Flash Fiction Friday: The Perfect Place

It's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers time! Thanks as always for the challenge. Hope you enjoy. This was the place. Idyllic. Homes nestled together along the shore. A grand hotel up on the hill. Tourists frolicking on the beach while boats bobbed gently on the water. It was peaceful here. The tourists numbered a handful. … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Perfect Place

Reblog: I Am Beautiful Like My Mother

This first appeared on Compassion International's blog May 12, 2017 Karunia is one of kind in her village. She’s not one of kind because she was the first in the village to be born with Apert syndrome. And she’s not one of kind because she looks different than other little girls her age. She’s one … Continue reading Reblog: I Am Beautiful Like My Mother

What I Would Say to Graduates of 2017

I live in a fantasy world, I know this. My wife is an actual queen. My daughter is part horse, and my son is an adventurous knight (Nexo Knight to be certain...if you know what that is). I say all this to let you know that it is only in this fantasy world that I … Continue reading What I Would Say to Graduates of 2017