Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Books Lie

Kathy threw the book across the room and watched as it hit the wall and dropped to the floor.  She felt betrayed. She had picked up the book thinking it was a mystery only to find it was one of … Continue reading

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I Thought It Was Night-continued

I woke to a faint light and Todd leaning over me.  I glanced around to find myself on my own sofa. The faint light turned out to be Todd’s cell phone. I pulled myself up slowly to sitting. I still … Continue reading

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I Thought It Was Night

I slept so well.  Having an overnight job, I normally slept through the daylight hours and woke just as the sun was setting.  On Thursday, I arrived home from the job just after sunrise and couldn’t wait another moment to … Continue reading

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Hot and Cold

I didn’t know what time of day it was.  That is what happens when you go to sleep before dawn.  It was dark when I went to sleep and it was dark when I woke. I just figured it was … Continue reading

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Drips

Amy sat in the near dark of the candlelight and crocheted the afghan. She rarely had to look at her new creation because she had been crocheting since the ripe young age of 6 and knew the feel of the … Continue reading

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Overnight

The world is asleep. Well, most of the world is asleep and here I sit watching it go by.  My window faces the highway and I watch the cars and trucks and motorcycles fly by and I find myself wondering … Continue reading

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