Happy Friday, folks! Looking for a zippy bit of flash to read? Then hop over to Page & Spine where I have a featured story - "China White." Cheers!
I never imagined myself on the lam. (Or is it “on the lamb”? I can never remember.) All I ever wanted was to live on pasture. Dozing in the summer sunshine, flicking flies off my nose with my tail. Listening to the symphony of the meadow. Singing birds, buzzing bees, chirping frogs to keep me … Continue reading Donkey Robs Bank, Leads Police on Chase
The End? How can that be “The End,” without consequences and lingering issues? After everything they've been through, it's no wonder these people need therapy. I flip through my notes, reviewing case files. Rapunzel – Subject exhibits signs of Stockholm Syndrome. A lack of strong role models in healthy relationships has created an inability to … Continue reading A Psychologist’s Tell All
She never felt lonely, going home each night to an empty apartment. She filled it with books, music, and expensive wine. She was independent, stubbornly so. If she couldn't do a thing, she taught herself how. Or learned to do without. She was drunk on autonomy. She traveled. Took adventures. Experienced life on her own … Continue reading The Introverted Extrovert