Peter Bennet loved pie. It didn’t matter what kind of pie. All flavors of pie, ranging from fruit to pies with meat and gravy, enticed his taste buds to try them. As long as it had a flaky crust on the top and the bottom, he was a […]
Maisey looked to the right and the left and assessed the situation. Either there was a discount on red sweaters and single stemmed roses, or like her, several others chose to meet a blind date at the coffee shop. (Read More)
A romantic short story about the romantic moments in day to day life.
They’ve been together long enough for him to forget he’s already told that story. Not once or twice, but several times. She can it repeat word for word. If he wasn’t watching for her reaction she could mimic his gestures. The eyes dart up and to the right […]
Small children’s arms and legs, tightened around his calves, tested his balance. His arms raised to shoulder level and his voice had thinned to adjust to the demands on his balance.
His thoughtful eyes studied her tenderly, searching for the source of the lines around her tense smile. He must have seen the barrage of complaints people lodged her way, still pounding at the sides of her head. Strong arms wrapped around her back to draw her in for […]
She curled her hands into a fist to stir the angry energy she so deserved. It was only right. He promised they’d go out for a night on the town. Instead, he, fully reclined on the couch with his shoes on, snored softly; looking like it was a […]