I stand on the borderland between city and desert, not sure which is less appealing. I turn to my right and look down at the rabbit next to me. “Where should I go?” “Well, I live in the desert, so you’re welcome to come with me. I’m only going about a mile that way.” The … Continue reading Common Sense
“I have a climbing rope set up in my backyard if you want to try it.” Sitting at the kitchen table has become difficult for Tracy. Time sitting idle is time wasted. Fred is taken aback, as he’s been having a perfectly nice time sitting in conversation at the kitchen table. It’s a lovely breakfast … Continue reading Sitting Idle
Devin takes a sip of hot coffee that still needs to be blown on. “I’ve just been out of it lately, can’t describe it as much more than that. I haven’t been social, and opportunities for social interaction are just too much to bear.” He looks forlornly at the coffee cup. Marie offers her obligatory … Continue reading Like a Turtle
Unless you want to lose your hand, I wouldn’t venture over to that table saw any time soon. It’s obviously your choice, but don’t come crying to me when all your friends start calling you lefty and southpaw (on account of your northpaw being gone).
A mustachioed man with a boot for a leg kicked his way over to me and said, “Son, you’re never gonna be paid what you’re worth, so you gotta make amends with that fact and live your life to the fullest.” I’d never before met this gentleman, so his insight into my employment status intrigued … Continue reading The Gist of It