I couldn’t very well leave it there. It had a mate somewhere and whether it had been lost or abandoned was not for me to know.
Category Archives: Humor
Sunshine, Lollipops and Airport Delays
Terrence had never been one to just suck a lollipop. No sooner had he popped it in his mouth than his teeth were clamping down, chipping shards as sharp as glass.
Looking For a Home For One-Dozen Egg Yolks
I use my fingers, letting the white slip down into the bowl, leaving the glistening golden globes one at a time cradled in my hand. So easily done—what once was whole has now been twain.
A boldly honest manual on the finer points of ice-fishing
You’re on the ice. On a lake. In a car. Imagine the ice cracking and the car sinking into the deep, dark, deathly cold water. Try to breathe. Stop imagining. Try to breathe.
It’s Been a Dull Day at 305 Barton Lane
Dad gives no signs of noticing, pecking away at his laptop on the well-worn sofa in the family room that’s been more solitary room this week.
Two Cold Fish Let the Chips Fall Where They May
“Sheesh, Suzette’s been strutting around with a chip on her shoulder today!”
“You’re telling me! Acting like a big fish in a small pond lately.”
A Rise and A Fall
Three minutes can be an eternity. Forty-five breaths. One hundred and eighty seconds. Two hundred and ten heartbeats.
In An Instant
Life is full of all these tiny instants that you can’t undo. Any given second can cause life-long consequences.
8 Steps to Miss the Sunrise
Open the door, for Pete’s sake, because this is real life and it’s the pizza delivery you ordered, not your Prince Charming.
He’s a Catch
He’s clever. He’s handsome. He makes you feel at ease. That’s your Brandon, he’s a catch!