I looked at the cruise tracking monitor, the little screens were everywhere. The blip on the screen that was us hovered over the Bermuda Triangle, which meant we were only part way to the Caribbean from New York. I didn't mind. The longer it look us to get there, the better. I wanted the vacation … Continue reading Some People Sink
Are you a pink dress (movie) or blue dress (book) fan? I like both 🙂
I am a light snow. A light snow on a Sunday morning is peaceful and serene. I've wrote about it a bit the past week, as Long Island has been graced with a few snowfalls. It made me think about how much I love it, and when this question came to me I realized part … Continue reading What kind of weather are you?
via Daily Prompt: Silent They're here. The girl ran across the lawn as fast as her legs would take her. It was about a fifty foot distance to the car, but it felt like fifty miles. With each step her heart beat through her chest and her breathe came out in puffs in the cold. … Continue reading Fear & Fire
Sometimes I draw my husband and I in different worlds- so naturally I had to do some HP. I tried some digital drawing this time !
Daily Prompt: Theory Conspiracy theories are always interesting to talk about. One that recently caught my interest was the conspiracy on which Stranger Things was based, because it turns out it was based on a theory close to where I live. I live on Long Island in New York. If you don't know where that … Continue reading The Origins of Stranger Things
With each step forward the young woman’s blue dress swayed at her weary knees and her curls blew out behind her. The sun was beating down on the road and the train tracks beside her, making the breeze more welcome through her hair and across the bare skin of her arms. She pulled the brim … Continue reading Pulling Daisies – Full Short Story
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Her daughter’s face was young and alive, but her hazel eyes gave away her thoughts, glazed and somber. She had come on Halloween, both of their favorite holidays. Nancy’s daughter knew her fondness for all things that went bump in the night, no matter how … Continue reading Pulling Daisies – Final Part 6
Read Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Frequent trips to her parents home made Nancy’s heart ache more. She longed for her husband and her daughter and she ached for her neighbors. She had become familiar with them over the year and their families who walked among the living. Her neighbors were all … Continue reading Pulling Daisies – Part 5