Mosquito by S. Faxon The stairwell that led to the attic was unnerving even of itself. The seemingly innocuous items left along the side to the sides of the unfinished steps looked out of place in this space. To think that a victim to be recovered was somewhere behind that white door at the topContinue reading “Mosquito”
Almost in sync, the alarms sounded on all of the house’s touch screen devices; “Someone is at the front door-bell.”
This had to be it…
A short, mostly fictional tale… The Prize A short by S. Faxon It was there for the taking. One yellow balloon at the top, right corner of the wall. It was hers. Aiming the arrow to shoot at the balloon would have been much easier were it not for the substantial amounts of wine consumedContinue reading “The Prize”
While she has moved on to the next adventure, she will forever continue to be our guardian angel.
The news had announced the second annual hidden watering hole, a remarkable tease to entice the adventurers to meet the challenge to find their liquid treasure.
Tomorrow he and a couple thousand others would cross the stage and achieve the dream their parents had sought for them longer than most of them had been alive.
In this moment, she was entirely at peace.
Even if you are in your golden years and especially if you are in a rut. You are not alone.
Regardless of what you find it to be, it’s likely not “normal,” it’s not what we grew up believing in it to be, but it’s ours and it’s something to hold and to treasure, especially if it’s not perfect.
Sweet, innocent Rose Nyland experienced some of the darkest and hardest struggles featured in the 1980s sitcom The Golden Girls.