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Category Archives: Observations
The red tulips were, at first, hidden in the weeds and shrubs next to the train tracks. This tangle of brush, all muted browns and dull greens, had taken over the steep slopes in a forgettable arrangement of plant life that blurred … Continue reading
The kids spilled onto the yard, pastel colored shirts flashed down the porch stairs and disappeared from view. Then the creaking of their trampoline and the steady appearance and disappearance of their tiny heads as they propelled each other higher, their … Continue reading
An unusual craving for vodka settled in on my tongue until I finally succumbed and poured myself two shots worth. Olives bobbed among the ice while I rotated the drink in my hand. Stinging, sterilizing my throat, the alcohol scratched … Continue reading
No time to write, no time to remember. Let them keep the memories for you. The small details stored away with quick and easy access. No mess, no papers, nothing to hold in your hand. Easy access, though, if you … Continue reading
We would always make him jump first. Standing, shivering, on the cold metal ledge of the bridge we would watch him jump and fall down, down, down into the swirling, muddy water of the Nishnabotna River. Continue reading
I really think you should stop under-estimating yourself and have the confidence to really go for what you want in life. Continue reading