People of Akaine: Jessica’s Story

My name is Lieutenant Jessica M. Hewett and this is my story. I lived in an ideal world until my family was dramatically split apart after my mother left us. I became a… Continue reading

Friendly Friday Photo: Balconies

The topic for ‘Friendly Friday Photo Challenge’ this week is Balconies. It’s hosted by Amanda from Something to Ponder About, and Snow from The Snow Melts Somewhere.

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Things Found on a Farm

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is Things Found on a Farm. Usually one would find a hawk on a farm. So imagine my surprise when I came home and… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Lines

After WWII, Gladden stood in the unemployment line for three days. He’d been smarter than most of his high school teachers, bosses, sergeant, and lieutenant. He’d had enough of standing in line. He… Continue reading

Crimson’s Creative Challenge: Just One More

“You’ll love it,” he promised. “Five miles of beauty.” I should have known better. I trusted him anyway. “Just one more hill,” he’d said three times so far. I should have known better… Continue reading

Sunday Photo Fiction: Aliens

“Aliens!” “Oh my.” “Aliens coming. Lot’s of them.” “Where?” “Outside. They come to suck out our brains.” “Oh my.” “Then they suck the juices from our bellies. Then they’ll eat us.” “Oh My.”… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: 410

Sunday Trees is all about trees and their beauty. Even as they return to nature, trees detain their beauty.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: 1/2 Wheel

This week’s Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels. I did half a wheel, or maybe just a fourth:

Midwest MSP Comicon

I will be at this years MSP Fall Conicon Oct 5, State Fair, Educational Building. If you’re there come by and visit me.

Friday Fictioneer: Dinner

“What a day. The only thing that kept me going was your love,” he said. “I’m starving. The kitchen is the center of the house. I remember many happy days in my mother’s… Continue reading